Tuesday, February 19

Fourth-year mathematics student Andrew Kenner (left) and fourth-year political science student Scott Mulligan (right) both live in the Co-op, a student housing cooperative in Westwood. (Andy Bao/Daily Bruin)

Students learn to cultivate community through cooperative housing

When Scott Mulligan and two other UCLA students moved into their room, they noticed the room’s window was surprisingly dirty. “When we got to our room, the window was super dirty, and then (Andrew), Jared and I just cleaned … and then it was super clean by the end of it,” said Mulligan, a fourth-year political science student. Read more...

Photo: Fourth-year mathematics student Andrew Kenner (left) and fourth-year political science student Scott Mulligan (right) both live in the Co-op, a student housing cooperative in Westwood. (Andy Bao/Daily Bruin)

Fourth-year mathematics student Andrew Kenner (left) and fourth-year political science student Scott Mulligan (right) both live in the Co-op, a student housing cooperative in Westwood. (Andy Bao/Daily Bruin)


Plans for The Agora, a potential 16-story apartment complex on Hilgard Avenue, have just been filed with the Los Angeles Department of City Planning. (Courtesy of Aaron Green)

Plans for The Agora housing development filed with city planning department

Two physicians are planning to build a new apartment complex for UCLA students in Westwood. The plan for the new apartment complex, which would be built on Hilgard Avenue, was filed with the Los Angeles Department of City Planning on Nov. Read more...

Photo: Plans for The Agora, a potential 16-story apartment complex on Hilgard Avenue, have just been filed with the Los Angeles Department of City Planning. (Courtesy of Aaron Green)

Plans for The Agora, a potential 16-story apartment complex on Hilgard Avenue, have just been filed with the Los Angeles Department of City Planning. (Courtesy of Aaron Green)

Meat Your Seoul is a Japanese-Korean Fusion restaurant that opened earlier this month. Customers can cook their choice of meat themselves or order food prepared by the restaurant. (Amy Dixon/Photo editor)

Meat Your Seoul brings Japanese-Korean fusion dining to Westwood

A new restaurant in Westwood is fusing Japanese- and Korean-style food customers can cook themselves. Meat Your Seoul, a Japanese-Korean Fusion restaurant, opened in early November on the corner of Gayley Avenue and Kinross Avenue, where KONY Pizza closed earlier this year. Read more...

Photo: Meat Your Seoul is a Japanese-Korean Fusion restaurant that opened earlier this month. Customers can cook their choice of meat themselves or order food prepared by the restaurant. (Amy Dixon/Photo editor)

Meat Your Seoul is a Japanese-Korean Fusion restaurant that opened earlier this month. Customers can cook their choice of meat themselves or order food prepared by the restaurant. (Amy Dixon/Photo editor)



A new city ordinance proposal may make it easier and cheaper to acquire alcohol permits for restaurants in Westwood. (Joe Akira/Daily Bruin staff)

Westwood looks to reduce obstacles for some businesses to obtain alcohol permits

A new ordinance proposal may make it easier for restaurants to serve alcohol in Westwood. The Department of City Planning proposed an ordinance that aims to reduce the processing times and costs of alcoholic beverage permits for sit-down restaurants in response to a motion by the Los Angeles City Council last year. Read more...

Photo: A new city ordinance proposal may make it easier and cheaper to acquire alcohol permits for restaurants in Westwood. (Joe Akira/Daily Bruin staff)

A new city ordinance proposal may make it easier and cheaper to acquire alcohol permits for restaurants in Westwood. (Joe Akira/Daily Bruin staff)


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