Friday, November 24


UCLA is a big place, and forming study groups for lecture-based courses – especially those with large class sizes – can be a struggle. UCLA’s CCLE website team should include a study group forum on the site to make it easier for students to coordinate group study sessions. (Amy Dixon/Assistant Photo editor)

Mariah Furtek: CCLE course webpages should include forum for creating study groups

The sky outside your dorm window darkens and the words on the textbook page begin to swim together. It’s midterm season, but you can feel comprehension slipping away – you need a study buddy even more than your next dose of caffeine. Read more...

Photo: UCLA is a big place, and forming study groups for lecture-based courses – especially those with large class sizes – can be a struggle. UCLA’s CCLE website team should include a study group forum on the site to make it easier for students to coordinate group study sessions. (Amy Dixon/Assistant Photo editor)

UCLA is a big place, and forming study groups for lecture-based courses – especially those with large class sizes – can be a struggle. UCLA’s CCLE website team should include a study group forum on the site to make it easier for students to coordinate group study sessions. (Amy Dixon/Assistant Photo editor)

UCLA Transportation recently lowered the campus speed limit for vehicles to 20 miles per hour and has placed flags across campus to ensure motorists are aware of the change. It should also run a similar campaign to raise safety awareness among cyclists and pedestrians. (Amy Dixon/Assistant Photo editor)

Scott Bays: Road safety awareness campaign should address pedestrians, cyclists

I almost witnessed a death on my walk to class one morning in the spring. A student riding a skateboard was zipping down De Neve Drive through the middle of the empty road rather than on the designated bike lane. Read more...

Photo: UCLA Transportation recently lowered the campus speed limit for vehicles to 20 miles per hour and has placed flags across campus to ensure motorists are aware of the change. It should also run a similar campaign to raise safety awareness among cyclists and pedestrians. (Amy Dixon/Assistant Photo editor)

UCLA Transportation recently lowered the campus speed limit for vehicles to 20 miles per hour and has placed flags across campus to ensure motorists are aware of the change. It should also run a similar campaign to raise safety awareness among cyclists and pedestrians. (Amy Dixon/Assistant Photo editor)