Thursday, May 23

UC’s tuition hikes overlook overarching issue of graduate student under-enrollment

Nonresident tuition will be raised by $762 next year to boost the UC’s budget. But regents are ignoring a key issue behind their budgetary woes: graduate student under-enrollment. (Daily Bruin file photo)

Nonresident tuition will be raised by $762 next year to boost the UC’s budget. But regents are ignoring a key issue behind their budgetary woes: graduate student under-enrollment. (Daily Bruin file photo)

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Finish the puzzle. Deferred enrollment – the process of stashing your admit letter so you can make the world a better place for another year before having to learn how to play rage cage.


The Campus Safety Alliance was revived earlier this year to better allow students to voice their campus safety concerns to administrators. The problem is, UCLA is keen on tuning them out. (Liz Ketcham/Assistant Photo editor)
The Campus Safety Alliance was revived earlier this year to better allow students to voice their campus safety concerns to administrators. The problem is, UCLA is keen on tuning them out. (Liz Ketcham/Assistant Photo editor)

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Letter to the editor: Public perception of predictive policing is wrong, it can help reduce crime

This post was updated May 21 at 11:28 a.m. Dear Editor, Earlier this month, Opinion columnist Lena Nguyen criticized the character and reputation of my colleague, Jeffrey Brantingham, an anthropology professor, in an Opinion column titled “Predictive policing algorithm perpetuates racial profiling by LAPD.” The piece maligned the nature of his work and contributions to the public – joining other attacks on his work in the past few weeks. Read more...


(Alice Lu/Daily Bruin)
(Alice Lu/Daily Bruin)

(Jennie Wang/Daily Bruin)

The Centennial Issue: UCLA, For Sale

In the beginning, Westwood was without form and void. Only ranch land was upon the face of the rolling hills. Then Edwin and Harold Janss said, “Let there be UCLA.” The Janss brothers’ land grant gift to mankind and the University of California came at $3.5 million less than the actual price – in effect, the first ever donation to UCLA. Read more...

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