Wednesday, September 19


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USAC election sanction – May 3

The undergraduate student government election board issued three sanctions Thursday. Victoria Solkovits, a Bruins United candidate running for external vice president, was sanctioned for not tagging the USAC Election Board at UCLA page and not including the #USACVote18 hashtag on a campaign-related Facebook post. Read more...

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Photo: Students hang pride flag on Academic Affairs Commission’s office

Around 16 students gathered Wednesday to put up a new pride flag on the Academic Affairs Commission’s office that was stolen last week. The flag, which hung in front of the office’s door, was put up to show support for the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer community, said Academic Affairs Commissioner Divya Sharma. Read more...

Photo: (Anna Moreno-Takegami/Daily Bruin)

(Anna Moreno-Takegami/Daily Bruin)

A.J. Golsdman, an independent candidate running for president in the undergraduate student government election, filed a petition against the election board claiming a sanction it issued against him was unfair. The judicial board declined to hear his petition. (Daily Bruin file photo)

USAC candidate files petition against sanction, judicial board declines

The undergraduate student government judicial board declined to consider a petition against the election board on Wednesday. A.J. Goldsman, an independent candidate running for president, filed the petition claiming that the Undergraduate Students Association Council Election Board unfairly sanctioned him for his campaign signboard frame exceeding the total size restriction, according to a judicial board memorandum to Goldsman. Read more...

Photo: A.J. Golsdman, an independent candidate running for president in the undergraduate student government election, filed a petition against the election board claiming a sanction it issued against him was unfair. The judicial board declined to hear his petition. (Daily Bruin file photo)

A.J. Golsdman, an independent candidate running for president in the undergraduate student government election, filed a petition against the election board claiming a sanction it issued against him was unfair. The judicial board declined to hear his petition. (Daily Bruin file photo)

Students can get $75 for helping other students who were in times of crisis, under a new program created by the undergraduate student government's general representative 2's office and the Office of the Dean for Students. (Daily Bruin file photo)

UCLA award recognizes students who have helped other students in crisis

A new award will recognize students who have helped other students during times of crisis. The Office of the Dean of Students and the undergraduate student government general representative 2′s office created an award called True Bruins R.A.I.S.E, which honors students who have helped other students facing difficult situations, such as sexual assault, mental health challenges or financial crises. Read more...

Photo: Students can get $75 for helping other students who were in times of crisis, under a new program created by the undergraduate student government's general representative 2's office and the Office of the Dean for Students. (Daily Bruin file photo)

Students can get $75 for helping other students who were in times of crisis, under a new program created by the undergraduate student government's general representative 2's office and the Office of the Dean for Students. (Daily Bruin file photo)


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