Tuesday, August 21

The Daily Bruin published a news story in 1988 detailing the ban of alcohol on the Hill for the summer. (Daily Bruin archives)

Throwback Thursday: Thirty years ago, the Hill wasn’t so stringent on alcohol

Some Bruins know what it’s like to hide their alcoholic drinks before the dreaded “room check” every quarter. On-campus housing regulations prohibit the consumption and distribution of alcohol on the Hill, so to ensure they aren’t caught, students take shady measures in order to have fun in the comfort of their own dorm rooms. Read more...

Photo: The Daily Bruin published a news story in 1988 detailing the ban of alcohol on the Hill for the summer. (Daily Bruin archives)

The Daily Bruin published a news story in 1988 detailing the ban of alcohol on the Hill for the summer. (Daily Bruin archives)






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The Quad: Comparing Feinstein’s, De León’s policy positions in Senate seat race

This past weekend, student delegations from California universities travelled to San Diego for the California Democratic Party Convention. At the convention, which follows a similar model to the Democratic National Convention held during presidential election years, constituents have a chance to interact with and meet party leaders while candidates fight for the coveted party endorsement. Read more...

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