Wednesday, November 14


Good Clothes Good People, a nonprofit organization that collects and donates these products, collaborated with 16 student groups, including Undergraduate Students Asociation Council and Hunger Project at UCLA. Some students said they feel the redistribution center will give nontraditional students a welcoming space on campus. (Amy Dixon/Photo editor)

Student-run basic needs redistribution center to open in activities center

A student-run basic needs center opened Friday to distribute free resources on campus. The Good Clothes Good People redistribution center in Student Activities Center B54 will offer students a centralized place to donate and pick up clothes, school supplies and hygiene products. Read more...

Photo: Good Clothes Good People, a nonprofit organization that collects and donates these products, collaborated with 16 student groups, including Undergraduate Students Asociation Council and Hunger Project at UCLA. Some students said they feel the redistribution center will give nontraditional students a welcoming space on campus. (Amy Dixon/Photo editor)

Good Clothes Good People, a nonprofit organization that collects and donates these products, collaborated with 16 student groups, including Undergraduate Students Asociation Council and Hunger Project at UCLA. Some students said they feel the redistribution center will give nontraditional students a welcoming space on campus. (Amy Dixon/Photo editor)


The gates to Harvard. UCLA alumni and faculty said they think Harvard’s ongoing federal case concerning affirmative action in admissions will have a national impact. (Courtesy of Sackton)

UCLA community members consider ramifications of Harvard admissions lawsuit

This post was updated Nov. 3 at 8:42 p.m. Members of the UCLA community said they think an ongoing federal case in Boston concerning affirmative action and college admissions could have consequences on race relations in America. Read more...

Photo: The gates to Harvard. UCLA alumni and faculty said they think Harvard’s ongoing federal case concerning affirmative action in admissions will have a national impact. (Courtesy of Sackton)

The gates to Harvard. UCLA alumni and faculty said they think Harvard’s ongoing federal case concerning affirmative action in admissions will have a national impact. (Courtesy of Sackton)

UCLA will create three new graduate student fellowships with a $1.5 million gift from the Julian Schwinger Foundation for Physics Research. (Courtesy of UCLA Newsroom)

UCLA physics and astronomy will create three new fellowships with $1.5M donation

UCLA will create three new graduate student fellowships with a $1.5 million gift from the Julian Schwinger Foundation for Physics Research. Graduate students in the Department of Physics and Astronomy are eligible to receive the fellowship. Read more...

Photo: UCLA will create three new graduate student fellowships with a $1.5 million gift from the Julian Schwinger Foundation for Physics Research. (Courtesy of UCLA Newsroom)

UCLA will create three new graduate student fellowships with a $1.5 million gift from the Julian Schwinger Foundation for Physics Research. (Courtesy of UCLA Newsroom)

The Daily Bruin won a total of 13 awards, including three first-place awards, at the College Media Association’s 2017-2018 Pinnacle Awards.(Liz Ketcham/Assistant Photo editor)

Daily Bruin takes home three first-place Pinnacle Awards

The Daily Bruin won three first-place awards for college journalism Friday. The Bruin won a total of 13 awards, including three first-place awards, at the College Media Association’s 2017-2018 Pinnacle Awards. Read more...

Photo: The Daily Bruin won a total of 13 awards, including three first-place awards, at the College Media Association’s 2017-2018 Pinnacle Awards.(Liz Ketcham/Assistant Photo editor)

The Daily Bruin won a total of 13 awards, including three first-place awards, at the College Media Association’s 2017-2018 Pinnacle Awards.(Liz Ketcham/Assistant Photo editor)



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