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UCLA’s Centennial Celebration aims to honor its 100 years of existence and implement initiatives to improve its campus. But the university should also focus on community engagement to continue its commitment to service. (Daily Bruin file photo)

UCLA Centennial Campaign should light the way with community engagement

Old age isn’t stopping UCLA from looking to party. The yearlong celebration of the university turning 100 recognize the school’s advancements, strides and accomplishments. The 100 festivities started Saturday. Read more...

Photo: UCLA’s Centennial Celebration aims to honor its 100 years of existence and implement initiatives to improve its campus. But the university should also focus on community engagement to continue its commitment to service. (Daily Bruin file photo)

UCLA’s Centennial Celebration aims to honor its 100 years of existence and implement initiatives to improve its campus. But the university should also focus on community engagement to continue its commitment to service. (Daily Bruin file photo)


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)

Administration ignores concerns of Campus Safety Alliance, focusing on PR instead

Four times a quarter, administrators and student advocates come together to discuss the safety of the nation’s top public university. Students raise their concerns after weeks of interfacing with communities on campus. Read more...

Photo: 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)

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)

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

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. Read more...

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)

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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