Thursday, December 12

With student homelessness becoming an ever-present issue within the University of California, UCLA should divert funds toward establishing safe parking lot spaces across campus for students to sleep in their cars overnight. (Daily Bruin file photo)

UCLA should implement safe parking spaces to alleviate housing insecurity

They say age makes you wiser. But even after 100 years, UCLA still can’t seem to figure out a solution to student homelessness. Recently, both the Undergraduate Students Association Council and the North Westwood Neighborhood Council called upon UCLA to create safe parking spaces for students experiencing homelessness. Read more...

Photo: With student homelessness becoming an ever-present issue within the University of California, UCLA should divert funds toward establishing safe parking lot spaces across campus for students to sleep in their cars overnight. (Daily Bruin file photo)

With student homelessness becoming an ever-present issue within the University of California, UCLA should divert funds toward establishing safe parking lot spaces across campus for students to sleep in their cars overnight. (Daily Bruin file photo)

The emergence and prolonged stay of e-scooters on campus have threatened student safety. The Opinion editors take a look at the different root causes leading to increased accidents. (Daily Bruin file photo)

A Difference of Opinion Editors: Looking at the causes of an influx of e-scooter accidents

Recently, UCLA went into agreement with multiple e-scooter companies to allow their scooters on campus, leading to an increase in student accidents. The Opinion editors looked at the root causes in the latest edition of “A Difference of Opinion Editors.” Ridership problems Lucy Carroll, Opinion editor Edgerrin Panaligan, assistant Opinion editor For UCPD, laying down the law is a necessary evil when scooter users don’t know how to act. Read more...

Photo: The emergence and prolonged stay of e-scooters on campus have threatened student safety. The Opinion editors take a look at the different root causes leading to increased accidents. (Daily Bruin file photo)

The emergence and prolonged stay of e-scooters on campus have threatened student safety. The Opinion editors take a look at the different root causes leading to increased accidents. (Daily Bruin file photo)

California is one of the biggest offenders of vehicle carbon emissions. UCLA must advocate and educate students on alternative methods of transportation to reduce students’ carbon footprint on the planet. (Daily Bruin file photo)

UCLA must work to raise awareness about reducing carbon emissions from vehicles

This post was updated Nov. 27 at 12:40 p.m. Our planet needs saving in more ways than one would like to count. And for UCLA students, climate change is an increasingly frightening reality. Read more...

Photo: California is one of the biggest offenders of vehicle carbon emissions. UCLA must advocate and educate students on alternative methods of transportation to reduce students’ carbon footprint on the planet. (Daily Bruin file photo)

California is one of the biggest offenders of vehicle carbon emissions. UCLA must advocate and educate students on alternative methods of transportation to reduce students’ carbon footprint on the planet. (Daily Bruin file photo)


The University of California reached a tentative agreement with United Automobile Workers 5810 after six months of striking. American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees Local 3299 has been striking for years, making it clear that the UC's priorities in its decisions to negotiate lie wherever the money is. This is unfair to AFSCME Local 3299 workers. (Tanmay Shankar/Assistant Photo editor)

UC cares for those who are highly profitable – everyone else can keep protesting

This Thanksgiving, employees from all corners of the University of California will make the trek home to be with their families. But thanks to the UC, many won’t even have basic workers rights to be grateful for at the dinner table. Read more...

Photo: The University of California reached a tentative agreement with United Automobile Workers 5810 after six months of striking. American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees Local 3299 has been striking for years, making it clear that the UC's priorities in its decisions to negotiate lie wherever the money is. This is unfair to AFSCME Local 3299 workers. (Tanmay Shankar/Assistant Photo editor)

The University of California reached a tentative agreement with United Automobile Workers 5810 after six months of striking. American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees Local 3299 has been striking for years, making it clear that the UC's priorities in its decisions to negotiate lie wherever the money is. This is unfair to AFSCME Local 3299 workers. (Tanmay Shankar/Assistant Photo editor)

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Editorial: Perhaps USAC candidates would follow the rules – if they actually knew what they were

An Undergraduate Students Association Council member broke the rules. But he can hardly be blamed when the rules contradict themselves. The Undergraduate Students Association Judicial Board found that newly elected General Representative 2 Orion Smedley violated election rules when he improperly campaigned on the Hill in the fall special election. Read more...

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