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Students flyered last spring for the Social Justice Referendum,  one of the four ballot referenda during the 2016 student government elections. (Jintak Han/Assistant photo editor)

The Quad: The value of Bruin Walk flyering

One of UCLA’s most long-standing traditions is, unquestionably, flyering. Groups on Bruin Walk, in particular, take flyering to a whole new level. As Bruin Walk is the primary route to class for most students, flyering is almost unavoidable while passing through campus, though not impossible. Read more...

Photo: Students flyered last spring for the Social Justice Referendum, one of the four ballot referenda during the 2016 student government elections. (Jintak Han/Assistant photo editor)

Students flyered last spring for the Social Justice Referendum,  one of the four ballot referenda during the 2016 student government elections. (Jintak Han/Assistant photo editor)



What lies beyond remains unknown for the tens of thousands of undergraduates at UCLA, but roughly six lucky students get past Chancellor Gene Block’s door each quarter. (Miriam Bribiesca/Photo editor)

The Quad: A look inside Gene Block’s office hour

Chancellor Gene Block’s mythical office hour is widely accepted as real despite the relatively little evidence to actually support its existence. Intrigued by this absence of proof, the Daily Bruin took a trip to the Chancellor’s office last week to see what exactly transpires at the office hour. Read more...

Photo: What lies beyond remains unknown for the tens of thousands of undergraduates at UCLA, but roughly six lucky students get past Chancellor Gene Block’s door each quarter. (Miriam Bribiesca/Photo editor)

What lies beyond remains unknown for the tens of thousands of undergraduates at UCLA, but roughly six lucky students get past Chancellor Gene Block’s door each quarter. (Miriam Bribiesca/Photo editor)


The UCLA Store offers jobs for students with differing time constraints. (Daily Bruin file photo)

The Quad: Upsides and downsides of on-campus jobs

This post was updated Nov. 4 at 4:30 p.m. During the school year, many UCLA students opt to hold on-campus jobs. Some do it in order to pay for college as part of work-study, while others work for extra pocket money, valuable experience or another bullet on their resume. Read more...

Photo: The UCLA Store offers jobs for students with differing time constraints. (Daily Bruin file photo)

The UCLA Store offers jobs for students with differing time constraints. (Daily Bruin file photo)


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