Tuesday, April 23



California might be blessed with a windfall of rain, but the cycle of mega-droughts and increased precipitation makes it clear that Los Angeles needs to think ahead when it comes to water. (Liz Ketcham/Assistant Photo editor)

High rainfall levels have distracted city officials from preventing future drought

Los Angeles isn’t holding its water. In the past, the City of Angels has been known as the land of palm trees and clear skies, hardly a place where it rains for what feels like every day for a month. Read more...

Photo: California might be blessed with a windfall of rain, but the cycle of mega-droughts and increased precipitation makes it clear that Los Angeles needs to think ahead when it comes to water. (Liz Ketcham/Assistant Photo editor)

California might be blessed with a windfall of rain, but the cycle of mega-droughts and increased precipitation makes it clear that Los Angeles needs to think ahead when it comes to water. (Liz Ketcham/Assistant Photo editor)




The marijuana industry is blooming, and it's likely many of UCLA's students are interested in pursuing careers relating to the newly legalized plant. The university should create more opportunities for students to learn about and prepare to work with cannabis. (Liz Ketcham/Assistant Photo editor)

It’s high time UCLA cultivated its cannabis-related curriculum

The California marijuana market has been set ablaze. Too bad students will only get a whiff of it. Proposition 64, passed in November 2016, legalized recreational marijuana for adults over the age of 21, effectively allowing the state to reap billions of dollars in potential revenue. Read more...

Photo: The marijuana industry is blooming, and it's likely many of UCLA's students are interested in pursuing careers relating to the newly legalized plant. The university should create more opportunities for students to learn about and prepare to work with cannabis. (Liz Ketcham/Assistant Photo editor)

The marijuana industry is blooming, and it's likely many of UCLA's students are interested in pursuing careers relating to the newly legalized plant. The university should create more opportunities for students to learn about and prepare to work with cannabis. (Liz Ketcham/Assistant Photo editor)