Wednesday, April 24





(Left) Some students have suggested that the UCLA Safe Ride program extend its hours beyond weekdays. (Right) Members of USAC are currently working on figuring out how to allocate a surplus of funding. (Daily Bruin staff)

Week four: High-rise opposed, Safe Ride hours requested, USAC surplus funds

This Week in the News serves as The Quad’s space for reflection on current events at and around UCLA. Every week, Daily Bruin staffers will analyze some of the most significant stories to keep readers up to speed. Read more...

Photo: (Left) Some students have suggested that the UCLA Safe Ride program extend its hours beyond weekdays. (Right) Members of USAC are currently working on figuring out how to allocate a surplus of funding. (Daily Bruin staff)

(Left) Some students have suggested that the UCLA Safe Ride program extend its hours beyond weekdays. (Right) Members of USAC are currently working on figuring out how to allocate a surplus of funding. (Daily Bruin staff)

Social media influencer and fourth-year biochemistry student Vivian Yu uses her Instagram to share her daily life as a pre-med student at UCLA.(Kanishka Mehra/Daily Bruin)

The Quad: The impact of influencer culture on marketing, social media and UCLA’s campus

Back in 2012, the cosmetics brand CoverGirl selected the popular Colombian-American actress Sofia Vergara as its new ambassador. Four years later, teenage YouTube makeup guru James Charles became the brand’s first CoverBoy. Read more...

Photo: Social media influencer and fourth-year biochemistry student Vivian Yu uses her Instagram to share her daily life as a pre-med student at UCLA.(Kanishka Mehra/Daily Bruin)

Social media influencer and fourth-year biochemistry student Vivian Yu uses her Instagram to share her daily life as a pre-med student at UCLA.(Kanishka Mehra/Daily Bruin)

(Top left) About 75 UCLA Extension employees resigned amidst an upheaval of administrative structure. (Top right) The Los Angeles Women's March had a lower turnout than in past years. (Bottom right) The large tree in front of Ackerman Union toppled down Jan. 18. (Bottom left) UCLA Gymnastics scored its third perfect 10 of the season Monday afternoon. (Daily Bruin staff)

Week three: Trees fall, Bruin gymnastics rises, UCLA Extension employees resign

This Week in the News serves as The Quad’s space for reflection on current events at and around UCLA. Every week, Daily Bruin staffers will analyze some of the most significant stories to keep readers up to speed. Read more...

Photo: (Top left) About 75 UCLA Extension employees resigned amidst an upheaval of administrative structure. (Top right) The Los Angeles Women's March had a lower turnout than in past years. (Bottom right) The large tree in front of Ackerman Union toppled down Jan. 18. (Bottom left) UCLA Gymnastics scored its third perfect 10 of the season Monday afternoon. (Daily Bruin staff)

(Top left) About 75 UCLA Extension employees resigned amidst an upheaval of administrative structure. (Top right) The Los Angeles Women's March had a lower turnout than in past years. (Bottom right) The large tree in front of Ackerman Union toppled down Jan. 18. (Bottom left) UCLA Gymnastics scored its third perfect 10 of the season Monday afternoon. (Daily Bruin staff)


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