Wednesday, June 26

Student newspapers occupy a precarious position in the university. (Visualhunt.com)

Minding the media: Asking for help

Editor’s note: The USAC Election Board at UCLA wants us to #USACMakeItCount. Students can vote in the undergraduate student government election on MyUCLA until 3 p.m. Read more...

Photo: Student newspapers occupy a precarious position in the university. (Visualhunt.com)

Student newspapers occupy a precarious position in the university. (Visualhunt.com)

A pair of investigations in 1996 found that UC officials were influencing the admissions process in favor of their relatives and children, while UCLA leaders compromised admissions standards to attract donors. (Daily Bruin archives)

Throwback Thursday, Week 5: Admissions backdoor

What sets UCLA apart from USC, we tell ourselves, is that this campus provides education for all, while that other school does so for the privileged. Read more...

Photo: A pair of investigations in 1996 found that UC officials were influencing the admissions process in favor of their relatives and children, while UCLA leaders compromised admissions standards to attract donors. (Daily Bruin archives)

A pair of investigations in 1996 found that UC officials were influencing the admissions process in favor of their relatives and children, while UCLA leaders compromised admissions standards to attract donors. (Daily Bruin archives)

It might be hard to update your Facebook status with this. (Wikipedia Creative Commons)

Lost in Boelter: Does it compute?

When I was in elementary school, one of the weekly vocabulary exercises I had to complete was in the topic of “fields of study.” This basically meant that our class had to learn the etymology of many of those terms ending in the root “-ology,” or “field of study” – a task I’m sure we all had to complete at some point in our education. Read more...

Photo: It might be hard to update your Facebook status with this. (Wikipedia Creative Commons)

It might be hard to update your Facebook status with this. (Wikipedia Creative Commons)

Our news consumption habits have been changed dramatically – and become more homogenous in nature – thanks to the Internet and the pursuit of profit. (Creative Commons photo by dougbelshaw via Flickr)

Minding the media: Journalism, a changed game

If I had a nickel from everyone who’s ever told me not to be a student journalist, I could actually afford to be one. The Chicago Sun-Times laid off its entire photo staff during my last semester in high school, when I worked as my school newspaper’s photo editor. Read more...

Photo: Our news consumption habits have been changed dramatically – and become more homogenous in nature – thanks to the Internet and the pursuit of profit. (Creative Commons photo by dougbelshaw via Flickr)

Our news consumption habits have been changed dramatically – and become more homogenous in nature – thanks to the Internet and the pursuit of profit. (Creative Commons photo by dougbelshaw via Flickr)



The UCLA women's club lacrosse team is one of the highest-ranked in the nation despite its club status. (Jessica Zhou/Daily Bruin)

UCLA women’s club lacrosse looks to take home national title

The UCLA women’s club lacrosse team finds itself in the enviable position of going to nationals for the third year in a row. UCLA (12-4) defeated UC Santa Barbara (11-6) and Cal Poly (10-4) en route to capturing this year’s Western Women’s Lacrosse League title Sunday. Read more...

Photo: The UCLA women's club lacrosse team is one of the highest-ranked in the nation despite its club status. (Jessica Zhou/Daily Bruin)

The UCLA women's club lacrosse team is one of the highest-ranked in the nation despite its club status. (Jessica Zhou/Daily Bruin)


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