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Megan Driscoll, the owner of Eat Sweets Pastry, loves the freedom that comes with being a pastry chef of her own store located on Gayley Ave. She decorates the pastries and personalizes them, baking numerous cupcakes, cookies and macarons. (Angie Wang/Daily Bruin senior staff)
Megan Driscoll, the owner of Eat Sweets Pastry, loves the freedom that comes with being a pastry chef of her own store located on Gayley Ave. She decorates the pastries and personalizes them, baking numerous cupcakes, cookies and macarons. (Angie Wang/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Roozbeh Farahanipour was nominated for the state Senate’s California Heroes Month in late 2014 for his work against human rights violations in Iran. (Julie Song/Daily Bruin)
Roozbeh Farahanipour was nominated for the state Senate’s California Heroes Month in late 2014 for his work against human rights violations in Iran. (Julie Song/Daily Bruin)

Students who park their cars on the grassy or brick areas between the sidewalk and street are seeing an increase in tickets. (Jose Ubeda/Daily Bruin senior staff)
Students who park their cars on the grassy or brick areas between the sidewalk and street are seeing an increase in tickets. (Jose Ubeda/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Protesters marched though Westwood Tuesday calling for an end to police brutality. (Kailey Rishovd/Daily Bruin)

UCLA students arrested at police brutality protest

California Highway Patrol arrested at least three UCLA students in Westwood Tuesday after they blocked a 405 Freeway off-ramp during a protest against police brutality. Protesters dressed in black blocked the northbound 405 off-ramp toward the eastbound Wilshire Boulevard exit for about 20 minutes after 3:40 p.m., preventing dozens of cars from getting off the freeway. Read more...

Protesters marched though Westwood Tuesday calling for an end to police brutality. (Kailey Rishovd/Daily Bruin)




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