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Jamie Kennerk, USAC external vice president, said she set up the display this week across from a religious activist shouting anti-LGBTQ remarks.(Courtesy of Jamie Kennerk)

Pro-LGBTQ display removed from Bruin Walk in accordance with SOLE regulations

UCLA administrators instructed a student government officer Tuesday to remove a pro-LGBTQ display following a dispute over display guidelines. Jamie Kennerk, Undergraduate Students Association Council external vice president, said she set up the display this week, which featured photographs of LGBT and queer elected officials with a pride flag wrapped around a tree across from a religious activist on Bruin Walk shouting remarks about the LGBTQ community with a bullhorn. Read more...

Photo: Jamie Kennerk, USAC external vice president, said she set up the display this week across from a religious activist shouting anti-LGBTQ remarks.(Courtesy of Jamie Kennerk)

Jamie Kennerk, USAC external vice president, said she set up the display this week across from a religious activist shouting anti-LGBTQ remarks.(Courtesy of Jamie Kennerk)


Spotted on Bruinwalk, on which students were formerly able to report things observed on campus, will be revived by the Undergraduate Students Association Council Campus Events Commission after a three-year hiatus. (Daily Bruin file photo)

‘Spotted on Bruinwalk’ to return after three-year hiatus, this time run by USAC CEC

A student government office is reviving a forum for students to submit missed connections and interesting sightings around campus. Spotted on Bruinwalk, through which students were formerly able to report things observed on campus, will be revived by the Undergraduate Students Association Council Campus Events Commission after a three-year hiatus. Read more...

Photo: Spotted on Bruinwalk, on which students were formerly able to report things observed on campus, will be revived by the Undergraduate Students Association Council Campus Events Commission after a three-year hiatus. (Daily Bruin file photo)

Spotted on Bruinwalk, on which students were formerly able to report things observed on campus, will be revived by the Undergraduate Students Association Council Campus Events Commission after a three-year hiatus. (Daily Bruin file photo)

Advocacy groups at UCLA asked students to donate unused hygiene products to create 500 kits, which will be handed out to homeless veterans at the West Los Angeles Veterans Affairs Center on Nov. 30. (Axel Lopez/Assistant Photo editor)

Campus organizations to distribute hygiene kits to homeless veterans

Several groups on campus will team up to donate 500 hygiene kits to homeless veterans in Los Angeles. UCLA’s Transfer Student Center and Veteran Resource Center, along with Hunger Project Advocacy at UCLA, asked students to donate their unused hygiene products to create 500 kits, which will be handed out at the Department of Veterans Affairs’ West Los Angeles Medical Center on Nov. Read more...

Photo: Advocacy groups at UCLA asked students to donate unused hygiene products to create 500 kits, which will be handed out to homeless veterans at the West Los Angeles Veterans Affairs Center on Nov. 30. (Axel Lopez/Assistant Photo editor)

Advocacy groups at UCLA asked students to donate unused hygiene products to create 500 kits, which will be handed out to homeless veterans at the West Los Angeles Veterans Affairs Center on Nov. 30. (Axel Lopez/Assistant Photo editor)


Yosef Nemanpour, the editor-in-chief of Ha'am newsmagazine, was urged by Undergraduate Students Association Council members to turn off his livestream of the council’s discussion about a free speech resolution Nov. 13. (Isra Ameen/Daily Bruin)

Student media and student government dispute over recording of USAC meeting

This post was updated Nov. 21 at 3:51 p.m. Student media and student government disputed student journalists’ right to record a council meeting Tuesday and Nov. Read more...

Photo: Yosef Nemanpour, the editor-in-chief of Ha'am newsmagazine, was urged by Undergraduate Students Association Council members to turn off his livestream of the council’s discussion about a free speech resolution Nov. 13. (Isra Ameen/Daily Bruin)

Yosef Nemanpour, the editor-in-chief of Ha'am newsmagazine, was urged by Undergraduate Students Association Council members to turn off his livestream of the council’s discussion about a free speech resolution Nov. 13. (Isra Ameen/Daily Bruin)

Organizers of the program said International Education Week focused on promoting study abroad programs before shifting to introduce programming that aimed to meet the needs of international students. (Mia Kayser/Daily Bruin staff)

Student-run Conversation Cafe delivers representation for international scholars

This year’s Conversation Cafe was run entirely by students for the first time, which reflected International Education Week’s increasing focus on the international student community as opposed to study abroad programs. Read more...

Photo: Organizers of the program said International Education Week focused on promoting study abroad programs before shifting to introduce programming that aimed to meet the needs of international students. (Mia Kayser/Daily Bruin staff)

Organizers of the program said International Education Week focused on promoting study abroad programs before shifting to introduce programming that aimed to meet the needs of international students. (Mia Kayser/Daily Bruin staff)


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