Monday, February 18




A little more than a year since the Bruin Bike Share program was launched, UCLA Transportation told the Daily Bruin the usage of the program in Westwood dropped by about 20 percent since the arrival of e-scooters like Bird and Lime in Westwood. (Daily Bruin file photo)

The Quad: Bruin Bike Share sees competition with e-scooters in year of its release

Accidentally snoozing your alarm too many times is no longer an issue thanks to the wide selection of transportation options around campus. There are Bird, Lime and now Jump e-scooters all throughout Westwood, but before those came, there was Bruin Bike Share. Read more...

Photo: A little more than a year since the Bruin Bike Share program was launched, UCLA Transportation told the Daily Bruin the usage of the program in Westwood dropped by about 20 percent since the arrival of e-scooters like Bird and Lime in Westwood. (Daily Bruin file photo)

A little more than a year since the Bruin Bike Share program was launched, UCLA Transportation told the Daily Bruin the usage of the program in Westwood dropped by about 20 percent since the arrival of e-scooters like Bird and Lime in Westwood. (Daily Bruin file photo)

(Michelle Fu/Daily Bruin)

The Quad: What it’s like adapting to UCLA’s culture as an international student

Faces can quickly become blurs in the midst of UCLA’s hustle and bustle. For the first-year international Bruin, this large setting can be especially daunting. First-year international students, who made up approximately 10 percent of the students that enrolled as freshmen in the fall of 2017, begin a monumental social and cultural transition as soon as they settle into a completely different part of the world. Read more...

Photo: (Michelle Fu/Daily Bruin)

(Michelle Fu/Daily Bruin)




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