Sunday, February 26


Bingyan Zhu, a third-year mathematics student, already has a bachelor's degree from an agricultural university in China. (Chelsea Zhang/Daily Bruin)

The Quad: Nontraditional older students share why they’re in UCLA

One of the reasons I chose to come to UCLA was its diverse community, encompassing students from all nationalities, races, sexualities and ages. Some of my classmates were even born in a different generation. Read more...

Photo: Bingyan Zhu, a third-year mathematics student, already has a bachelor's degree from an agricultural university in China. (Chelsea Zhang/Daily Bruin)

Bingyan Zhu, a third-year mathematics student, already has a bachelor's degree from an agricultural university in China. (Chelsea Zhang/Daily Bruin)

Signs like these dot the campus, but cigarette butts can still be found in hidden areas on campus. (Daily Bruin file photo)

The Quad: UCLA’s tobacco-free policy enforcement, broken down

UCLA has been a smoke-free campus ever since UCLA started the Tobacco-Free Initiative in April 2013. Then-president of the University of California system Mark Yudof began the initiative, resulting in tobacco-free campuses systemwide. Read more...

Photo: Signs like these dot the campus, but cigarette butts can still be found in hidden areas on campus. (Daily Bruin file photo)

Signs like these dot the campus, but cigarette butts can still be found in hidden areas on campus. (Daily Bruin file photo)


Headlines are designed to grab attention, but they can lose complete accuracy in the process. (Creative Commons photo by Sollok29 via Wikimedia Commons)

The Quad: Clickbait isn’t new – tips for spotting fake/sensational news

“FAKE NEWS – A TOTAL POLITICAL WITCH HUNT!” I don’t even have to say a name for his face to pop into your head. Trump’s tweets are charged with a certain degree of ignorance and anger that makes it difficult to mistake them for anyone else’s. Read more...

Photo: Headlines are designed to grab attention, but they can lose complete accuracy in the process. (Creative Commons photo by Sollok29 via Wikimedia Commons)

Headlines are designed to grab attention, but they can lose complete accuracy in the process. (Creative Commons photo by Sollok29 via Wikimedia Commons)

The conduct process on the Hill is not meant to be punitive. (Daily Bruin file photo)

The Quad: What Hill residents should expect after getting written up

“Name and Bruin ID please.” Ah, the all too familiar phrase that accompanies being written up. Two residential assistants stood across from me, blankly waiting to fill out an incident report after I participated in the Midnight Yell, fueled by the stress of finals and the excitement of completing yet another college tradition. Read more...

Photo: The conduct process on the Hill is not meant to be punitive. (Daily Bruin file photo)

The conduct process on the Hill is not meant to be punitive. (Daily Bruin file photo)



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