Tuesday, November 21

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Clea Wurster: Education department must focus on social justice curriculum

What are the effects of the White House administration’s childish antics? Potentially, more childish antics. John Rogers, the faculty director of Center X at UCLA, which offers a primary school teacher training program, and director of UCLA’s Institute for Democracy, Education and Access, conducted a recent study showing a link between President Donald Trump’s term and an increase in high school students’ incivility levels. Read more...

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University of California President Janet Napolitano announced last month that her office will establish a UC free speech center located in Washington, D.C. (MacKenzie Coffman/Daily Bruin)

Keshav Tadimeti: New free speech center should be proactive, localize campus operations

What do the chancellor of a university, a retired U.S. senator, a director at Facebook, three members of the press and the University of California president all have in common? Read more...

Photo: University of California President Janet Napolitano announced last month that her office will establish a UC free speech center located in Washington, D.C. (MacKenzie Coffman/Daily Bruin)

University of California President Janet Napolitano announced last month that her office will establish a UC free speech center located in Washington, D.C. (MacKenzie Coffman/Daily Bruin)


Students with meal plans who have back-to-back classes during the afternoon are forced to pay for a meal at an on-campus restaurant, thereby wasting the swipes they've already paid for. UCLA Dining should open a grab-and-go service on campus to let such students use their swipes off the Hill.
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Avvalzameer Bhatia: UCLA should offer an on-campus location that accepts meal plan swipes

UCLA Dining Services is undoubtedly worthy of its rank as the best college food provider in the nation. The university provides students with four dining halls and four quick-service joints on the Hill, all of which collectively offer a variety of cuisines from 7 a.m. Read more...

Photo: Students with meal plans who have back-to-back classes during the afternoon are forced to pay for a meal at an on-campus restaurant, thereby wasting the swipes they've already paid for. UCLA Dining should open a grab-and-go service on campus to let such students use their swipes off the Hill. (Daily Bruin file photo)

Students with meal plans who have back-to-back classes during the afternoon are forced to pay for a meal at an on-campus restaurant, thereby wasting the swipes they've already paid for. UCLA Dining should open a grab-and-go service on campus to let such students use their swipes off the Hill.
 (Daily Bruin file photo)