Friday, February 24




ASUCLA student workers’ are concerned about being asked to carry out career workers’ duties, despite that not being part of their job descriptions. Store managers and the ASUCLA upper leadership need to acknowledge these concerns appropriately. (Jintak Han/Assistant Photo editor)

Andiver Castellanos: ASUCLA student workers should not be overburdened

As a student worker at the Associated Students UCLA, work often burdens me more than academics. That shouldn’t be the case. ASUCLA employs over 1,500 students, making it the largest employer of students on campus. Read more...

Photo: ASUCLA student workers’ are concerned about being asked to carry out career workers’ duties, despite that not being part of their job descriptions. Store managers and the ASUCLA upper leadership need to acknowledge these concerns appropriately. (Jintak Han/Assistant Photo editor)

ASUCLA student workers’ are concerned about being asked to carry out career workers’ duties, despite that not being part of their job descriptions. Store managers and the ASUCLA upper leadership need to acknowledge these concerns appropriately. (Jintak Han/Assistant Photo editor)



Letter to the Editor: Political commentary needs to be culturally sensitive, mindful

We are grateful that the Daily Bruin has apologized for the offensive editorial cartoon that ran in yesterday’s edition. As individuals, and in our organizational capacities, we have repeatedly emphasized the need for collective humility – to realize when we have hurt others, to show the courage to admit error and to manifest the integrity to make amends. Read more...