Tuesday, February 19





Philanthropist David Geffen addresses medical school graduates in 2014. UCLA is asking the city to commemorate an intersection near campus after Geffen, who is the university's most generous individual donor. (Courtesy of UCLA)

The Quad: UCLA’s David Geffen Square proposal is a cry for money

UCLA, in an innovative and bold move in higher education, isn’t even waiting for the donation before doing the renaming anymore. Naturally, it involves David Geffen. Read more...

Photo: Philanthropist David Geffen addresses medical school graduates in 2014. UCLA is asking the city to commemorate an intersection near campus after Geffen, who is the university's most generous individual donor. (Courtesy of UCLA)

Philanthropist David Geffen addresses medical school graduates in 2014. UCLA is asking the city to commemorate an intersection near campus after Geffen, who is the university's most generous individual donor. (Courtesy of UCLA)


Student Regent Avi Oved was a part of a working group that wrote the recently passed Statement of Principles Against Intolerance. (Daily Bruin file photo)

What do the UC’s principles against intolerance mean for Zionism?

The University of California Board of Regents finally adopted its long-awaited Statement of Principles Against Intolerance last week after much debate. If you followed the news at all during the week-long hiatus between the winter and spring quarters, you’d know that Zionism dominated the conversation. Read more...

Photo: Student Regent Avi Oved was a part of a working group that wrote the recently passed Statement of Principles Against Intolerance. (Daily Bruin file photo)

Student Regent Avi Oved was a part of a working group that wrote the recently passed Statement of Principles Against Intolerance. (Daily Bruin file photo)


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