Saturday, February 24




The Beverly Hills Unified School District filed a lawsuit against Los Angeles Metro, claiming its  recent environmental report is faulty and biased. But BHUSD has little to back up this claim. (Creative Commons photo by Polylerus)

Opinion editors: Beverly Hills Unified’s incessant lawsuits are at Angelenos’ expense

The Beverly Hills Unified School District is like an irascible, entitled toddler: If it doesn’t get what it wants, it resorts to petulance to make its voice heard. Read more...

Photo: The Beverly Hills Unified School District filed a lawsuit against Los Angeles Metro, claiming its recent environmental report is faulty and biased. But BHUSD has little to back up this claim. (Creative Commons photo by Polylerus)

The Beverly Hills Unified School District filed a lawsuit against Los Angeles Metro, claiming its  recent environmental report is faulty and biased. But BHUSD has little to back up this claim. (Creative Commons photo by Polylerus)

UCLA’s Henry Samueli School of Engineering and Applied Science requires all undergraduate engineering students to meet with a faculty adviser at least once a year. These meetings are designed to be opportunities for students to ask faculty for career or academic advice, but are often times little more than formalities for students. (Daily Bruin file photo)

Engineering school should use student feedback to provide useful advising

There are some memories of their first year at UCLA that engineering students do not forget: the first caffeine and sports drink-fueled all-nighter, the first unabashed chant of “Cs get degrees!,” the first time they get lost in South Campus, and so on. Read more...

Photo: UCLA’s Henry Samueli School of Engineering and Applied Science requires all undergraduate engineering students to meet with a faculty adviser at least once a year. These meetings are designed to be opportunities for students to ask faculty for career or academic advice, but are often times little more than formalities for students. (Daily Bruin file photo)

UCLA’s Henry Samueli School of Engineering and Applied Science requires all undergraduate engineering students to meet with a faculty adviser at least once a year. These meetings are designed to be opportunities for students to ask faculty for career or academic advice, but are often times little more than formalities for students. (Daily Bruin file photo)