Thursday, November 14

No Offense, But: The college admissions scandal(s)

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“No Offense, But” is back for the quarter. Join Opinion editor Keshav Tadimeti and columnists Reilly Berberian and Abhishek Shetty as they break down both the college admissions scandals in which UCLA has been implicated.


No Offense, But: Senates and sidewalks

“No Offense, But:” is back for another week. Join the crew as it talks about the discouraging number of Academic Senate undergraduate appointments and the sorry state of Westwood’s sidewalks. More »

No Offense, But: Standardized tests

“No Offense, But” is back in your feeds! Join Opinion editor Keshav Tadimeti and columnists Will Bleveans and Tabatha Lewis this week as they weigh the pros and cons of eliminating the SAT and ACT from University of California admissions. More »

No Offense, But: Bruin bears and block parties

“No Offense, But” is back in your podcast feeds for the new year! Join Opinion editor Keshav Tadimeti, assistant Opinion editor Omar Said, and Opinion columnists Abhishek Shetty and Reilly Berberian as they talk about teenagers being charged with felonies for vandalizing the Bruin Bear. More »

In the Know: The “gravely disabled”

Transcript Keshav Tadimeti: From the Daily Bruin, I’m Keshav Tadimeti, and this is “In the Know.” [music plays] This time on the podcast, we revisit a moving story from fall quarter: a piece about Westwood’s homeless population – specifically those who need medical help but don’t want it. More »

No Offense, But: Conferences and cop scooters

“No Offense, But” is back in your podcast feeds for the year! Join Opinion editor Keshav Tadimeti and Opinion columnists Abhishek Shetty and Chris Busco as they examine the biggest events of the midquarter: the annual National Students for Justice in Pales- tine conference and a viral video of UCPD face-planting from its scooters. More »

In the Know: Westwood’s embattled history

On this week’s “In the Know” podcast, assistant Opinion editor Omar Said looks at the place we call home. He investigates why exactly there’s a new neighborhood council in Westwood, and the history of politics in UCLA’s hometown. More »