Wednesday, November 14


BruiNecessities will provide free menstrual hygiene products at the De Neve Office of Residential Life. The move expands on the Student Wellness Center’s ongoing initiative to provide free menstrual hygiene products on campus in Kerckhoff Hall and the Ashe Center. (Liz Ketcham/Assistant Photo editor)

SWC program lets students access free menstrual hygiene products on the Hill

This post was updated Nov. 8 at 9:44 a.m. Free menstrual hygiene products will be available on the Hill beginning Wednesday. BruiNecessities, a basic needs student advocacy group housed under the Undergraduate Students Association Council Student Wellness Commission, will provide the products in a box at the De Neve Office of Residential Life, located in the De Neve lobby. Read more...

Photo: BruiNecessities will provide free menstrual hygiene products at the De Neve Office of Residential Life. The move expands on the Student Wellness Center’s ongoing initiative to provide free menstrual hygiene products on campus in Kerckhoff Hall and the Ashe Center. (Liz Ketcham/Assistant Photo editor)

BruiNecessities will provide free menstrual hygiene products at the De Neve Office of Residential Life. The move expands on the Student Wellness Center’s ongoing initiative to provide free menstrual hygiene products on campus in Kerckhoff Hall and the Ashe Center. (Liz Ketcham/Assistant Photo editor)

George said administrators want the benefits of student government, but do not want to respect its sovereignty. He added the fear of professional staff makes it difficult to make serious reforms or to speak out on issues. (Liz Ketcham/Assistant Photo editor)

Students in ResLife share major concerns about unilateral revision of constitution

Students involved with Hill administration said they could be fired at any time for anything they say or do. If they were to get fired, they would have a few days to move out of on-campus housing. Read more...

Photo: George said administrators want the benefits of student government, but do not want to respect its sovereignty. He added the fear of professional staff makes it difficult to make serious reforms or to speak out on issues. (Liz Ketcham/Assistant Photo editor)

George said administrators want the benefits of student government, but do not want to respect its sovereignty. He added the fear of professional staff makes it difficult to make serious reforms or to speak out on issues. (Liz Ketcham/Assistant Photo editor)

The Campus Safety Alliance, a coalition of student organizations and security officers who address safety issues on campus, held their first meeting in Kerckhoff Hall on Thursday to establish a framework for future CSA meetings and broader safety goals. (Amy Dixon/Photo editor)

Campus Safety Alliance reactivates after long period of inactivity

Fourteen campus organizations addressed safety concerns at the first meeting of a newly revived undergraduate student government committee Thursday. The Campus Safety Alliance, a coalition of student organizations and security officers who address safety issues on campus, held their first meeting in Kerckhoff Hall on Thursday to establish a framework for future CSA meetings and broader safety goals. Read more...

Photo: The Campus Safety Alliance, a coalition of student organizations and security officers who address safety issues on campus, held their first meeting in Kerckhoff Hall on Thursday to establish a framework for future CSA meetings and broader safety goals. (Amy Dixon/Photo editor)

The Campus Safety Alliance, a coalition of student organizations and security officers who address safety issues on campus, held their first meeting in Kerckhoff Hall on Thursday to establish a framework for future CSA meetings and broader safety goals. (Amy Dixon/Photo editor)


Claire Fieldman, the Undergraduate Students Association Council president, to begin the revision process, but there is no election board chair candidate up for a vote as of this article’s publication. (Liz Ketcham/Assistant Photo editor)

Election board’s chairlessness sets back process of revising its code

The undergraduate student government promised to overhaul its election code, but has yet to take the first step to do so. Claire Fieldman, the Undergraduate Students Association Council president, announced Aug. Read more...

Photo: Claire Fieldman, the Undergraduate Students Association Council president, to begin the revision process, but there is no election board chair candidate up for a vote as of this article’s publication. (Liz Ketcham/Assistant Photo editor)

Claire Fieldman, the Undergraduate Students Association Council president, to begin the revision process, but there is no election board chair candidate up for a vote as of this article’s publication. (Liz Ketcham/Assistant Photo editor)

On-Campus Housing Council said its constitution was modified without consulting student officers or students at Tuesday’s USAC meeting. (Liz Ketcham/Assistant Photo editor)

USAC recap – Oct. 9

The Undergraduate Students Association Council is the official student government representing the undergraduate student body at UCLA. Council meetings take place every Tuesday at 7 p.m. Read more...

Photo: On-Campus Housing Council said its constitution was modified without consulting student officers or students at Tuesday’s USAC meeting. (Liz Ketcham/Assistant Photo editor)

On-Campus Housing Council said its constitution was modified without consulting student officers or students at Tuesday’s USAC meeting. (Liz Ketcham/Assistant Photo editor)