Tuesday, July 16

Members of the Los Angeles Sudanese community gathered to condemn recent acts committed against civilians by Sudan’s current military government and called for an end to the humanitarian crisis affecting the area.
(Jintak Han/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Protesters gather in LA in response to recent acts committed by Sudanese government

More than 100 people gathered in Sawtelle and Century City on Thursday to protest the military government of Sudan for violently repressing Sudan’s civilian revolution. Members of the Los Angeles Sudanese community held a demonstration in front of the consulates general of Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates to denounce their involvement in the revolution in Sudan. Read more...

Photo: Members of the Los Angeles Sudanese community gathered to condemn recent acts committed against civilians by Sudan’s current military government and called for an end to the humanitarian crisis affecting the area. (Jintak Han/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Members of the Los Angeles Sudanese community gathered to condemn recent acts committed against civilians by Sudan’s current military government and called for an end to the humanitarian crisis affecting the area.
(Jintak Han/Daily Bruin senior staff)



James Heaps, a former UCLA Health doctor, was charged with sexual battery Monday. He held staff privileges at Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center for about 31 years. (Daily Bruin file photo)

Former UCLA Health physician charged with sexual battery relating to patient care

This post was updated June 11 at 3:06 p.m. A former UCLA Health doctor pled not guilty Monday to charges of sexual battery in connection with his medical practice. Read more...

Photo: James Heaps, a former UCLA Health doctor, was charged with sexual battery Monday. He held staff privileges at Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center for about 31 years. (Daily Bruin file photo)

James Heaps, a former UCLA Health doctor, was charged with sexual battery Monday. He held staff privileges at Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center for about 31 years. (Daily Bruin file photo)

(Left-Right) Professors Khalid Jawed and John Hopkins are amongst UCLA researchers that are currently developing flexible materials and structures. These materials have myriad applications, from delivering drugs in the human body to making aircraft more efficient. (Joe Akira/Daily Bruin staff)

Soft material research provides flexibility for new engineering, biotechnology

UCLA researchers have been developing flexible materials and structures that can perform a variety of tasks, from delivering drugs to specific parts of human body to making aircraft more efficient. Read more...

Photo: (Left-Right) Professors Khalid Jawed and John Hopkins are amongst UCLA researchers that are currently developing flexible materials and structures. These materials have myriad applications, from delivering drugs in the human body to making aircraft more efficient. (Joe Akira/Daily Bruin staff)

(Left-Right) Professors Khalid Jawed and John Hopkins are amongst UCLA researchers that are currently developing flexible materials and structures. These materials have myriad applications, from delivering drugs in the human body to making aircraft more efficient. (Joe Akira/Daily Bruin staff)

(Andrea Grigsby/Illustrations Director)

Substitute courses a viable option for dead major requirements

Some students are taking substitute classes to complete their degrees because some required courses have not been offered in multiple quarters. Students in linguistics and other majors said they have to work with their department advisors to find substitutes for classes that are not offered in order to fulfill their requirements. Read more...

Photo: (Andrea Grigsby/Illustrations Director)

(Andrea Grigsby/Illustrations Director)



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