“Lo and Behold,” a documentary about the internet’s impact directed by Werner Herzog released Aug. 19, and features Leonard Kleinrock, a UCLA computer science professor. (Jennifer Hu/Daily Bruin)
“Lo and Behold,” a documentary about the internet’s impact directed by Werner Herzog released Aug. 19, and features Leonard Kleinrock, a UCLA computer science professor. (Jennifer Hu/Daily Bruin)

UCLA Housing is well-prepared to house the additional 750 freshman and transfer students who will be enrolled this fall. (Austin Yu/Daily Bruin senior staff)
UCLA Housing is well-prepared to house the additional 750 freshman and transfer students who will be enrolled this fall. (Austin Yu/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Jim Mora and the football team have had an up-and-down month on the recruiting trail. The Bruins secured big-time commitments, but a couple recruits decommitted as well. (Daily Bruin file photo)
Jim Mora and the football team have had an up-and-down month on the recruiting trail. The Bruins secured big-time commitments, but a couple recruits decommitted as well. (Daily Bruin file photo)


Students improve Wikipedia’s science, build skills and benefit all

In Heather Tienson’s biochemistry advanced honors seminar, students don’t cite Wikipedia articles for their research assignments: they rewrite them. Tienson’s Chemistry 189 students this quarter edited scientific Wikipedia articles as part the Year of Science, a program launched by the Wiki Education Foundation to expand reliable science content on Wikipedia. Read more...


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Cracking the Gender Code

For some, a black screen on their laptops is a form of communication. Their fingers fly across the keyboard as they compile a series of blue, green and red letters and numbers, stacking one statement on top of the other, until they’ve managed to bridge the language barrier between human and machine. Read more...

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