Sunday, November 18

The feud between UCLA Greeklife and minority students makes the undergraduate student government a political hodgepodge that is unfit to address sexual violence in fraternities. (Amy Dixon/Photo editor)

USAC an ineffective platform to solve sexual violence issues

The nation’s representatives made one thing certain this fall: Politics has no place in sexual violence prevention efforts. Tell that to UCLA’s undergraduate student government. The Undergraduate Students Association Council has decided to take a stand against sexual violence in Greek life, following sexual assault allegations against a former Zeta Beta Tau fraternity member and a lawsuit against the Interfraternity Council. Read more...

Photo: The feud between UCLA Greeklife and minority students makes the undergraduate student government a political hodgepodge that is unfit to address sexual violence in fraternities. (Amy Dixon/Photo editor)

The feud between UCLA Greeklife and minority students makes the undergraduate student government a political hodgepodge that is unfit to address sexual violence in fraternities. (Amy Dixon/Photo editor)



Despite the thousands of students living in Westwood to attend UCLA, the Village has few options for them to shop at and locate the essentials they need while living here. (Rachel Hefner/Daily Bruin)

Westwood fails to offer students both entertainment and basic living essentials

It takes a village to raise a child. Thank goodness UCLA students have Culver City. Students have long complained about their needs being neglected by the Westwood Neighborhood Council. Read more...

Photo: Despite the thousands of students living in Westwood to attend UCLA, the Village has few options for them to shop at and locate the essentials they need while living here. (Rachel Hefner/Daily Bruin)

Despite the thousands of students living in Westwood to attend UCLA, the Village has few options for them to shop at and locate the essentials they need while living here. (Rachel Hefner/Daily Bruin)


It’s easy to get lost in the sea of students at UCLA. Mixers and meet-and-greets might seem frivolous, but university-sponsored events that help students meet others – and maybe even develop lasting friendships – can go a long way in helping students get the most from UCLA. (Daily Bruin file photo)

UCLA should encourage student camaraderie with more social events

Now that the week zero festivities have settled down, and all that’s left are the flyers littering Bruin Walk, Bruins will need to find a way to keep themselves busy. Read more...

Photo: It’s easy to get lost in the sea of students at UCLA. Mixers and meet-and-greets might seem frivolous, but university-sponsored events that help students meet others – and maybe even develop lasting friendships – can go a long way in helping students get the most from UCLA. (Daily Bruin file photo)

It’s easy to get lost in the sea of students at UCLA. Mixers and meet-and-greets might seem frivolous, but university-sponsored events that help students meet others – and maybe even develop lasting friendships – can go a long way in helping students get the most from UCLA. (Daily Bruin file photo)

Filing petitions for receiving course credit or dropping classes from your transcript requires navigating the campus bureaucracy. Giving students more convenient options to fill out and submit these petitions would save them – and administrators – time. (Amy Dixon/Photo editor)

Filing petitions at UCLA is bogglingly time-consuming. We need to streamline.

Thursday, 9 a.m., week eight. A 30-minute-long line awaits you at the bottom of Murphy Hall. When it’s finally your turn, you try to drop off that petition form to finally get rid of that 10 a.m. Read more...

Photo: Filing petitions for receiving course credit or dropping classes from your transcript requires navigating the campus bureaucracy. Giving students more convenient options to fill out and submit these petitions would save them – and administrators – time. (Amy Dixon/Photo editor)

Filing petitions for receiving course credit or dropping classes from your transcript requires navigating the campus bureaucracy. Giving students more convenient options to fill out and submit these petitions would save them – and administrators – time. (Amy Dixon/Photo editor)


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