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Shiyu Ji (left), a third-year statistics student, and Siyuan Chen (right), a fourth-year mechanical engineering student, will both perform in the CFan Chinese Theater Group's production of "An Enemy of the People.” The play follows a local doctor as he investigates a potentially contaminated spring but receives resistance from his community. (Elise Tsai/Daily Bruin)

Shiyu Ji (left), a third-year statistics student, and Siyuan Chen (right), a fourth-year mechanical engineering student, will both perform in the CFan Chinese Theater Group's production of "An Enemy of the People.” The play follows a local doctor as he investigates a potentially contaminated spring but receives resistance from his community. (Elise Tsai/Daily Bruin)

Group’s play examines different perspectives of conflict by involving audience

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Audience members will vote on a doctor’s fate after he uncovers a clandestine truth. On Sunday at Schoenberg Hall, the CFan Chinese Theater Group will perform “An Enemy of the People,” a 19th-century play by Henrik Ibsen.



Brittany Nguyen, a second-year sociology student, began practicing nail art at 14 years old. Self-taught, Nguyen said she enjoys experimenting with various nail colors while also engaging in personal conversations with fellow students on campus. (Esther Li/Daily Bruin)

Student’s on-campus nail services provide convenience and comfort to peers

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Brittany Nguyen wanted to stop biting her nails – so she started painting them. The second-year sociology student taught herself nail art through YouTube videos at 14 years old.


UCLA doctor involved in wrongful death lawsuit after overprescribing medication

Patrick Yaffee, a doctor at UCLA Health, was named in a lawsuit for the wrongful death of his patient, Maria Isabella Steele, after prescribing her a drug at more than twice its maximum recommended dosage. (Daily Bruin file photo)
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A UCLA doctor was named in a lawsuit for the wrongful death of his patient after allegedly prescribing her a drug at more than twice its maximum recommended dosage.


Students say they are left in the dark about how university allocates their fees

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Students said they are often unaware how the university spends their student fees. Students pay two types of fees: UCLA-specific referendum fees, which are proposed by students and voted on during spring elections, and University of California systemwide fees, which are set by the UC Board of Regents.


Letter to the editor: Public perception of predictive policing is wrong, it can help reduce crime


UCLA’s ethnic studies centers look back on accomplishments, discuss goals for future


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The Quad: Mosques increase security during Ramadan in response to recent hate crimes

This year, the holy month of Ramadan takes place from May 6 to June 4. In the wake of rising Islamophobia throughout the nation, as well as recent hate crimes and high-profile attacks on places of worship, many mosques have had to increase their security, even during the sacred time of worship. (Daily Bruin file photo)
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Ramadan, the Islamic holy month of fasting, is a time of prayer, community and reflection. But with a recent rise in Islamophobia-fueled hate crimes, the observance of the holy month has become a bit more complicated.

Week seven: Regents may raise tuition, UCLA preps for centennial, SAA rescinds award

Throwback Thursday: Recent AFSCME strikes rooted in nearly 20 years of unresolved negotiations

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The current contract for the Los Alamos National Laboratory expires in September 2018, and the UC, which has been involved in the management of the lab since its inception in varying capacities, submitted a bid last year to manage the lab.

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Businesses in Westwood Village have expressed concerns about premier-style events at the Fox Theater and Bruin Theatre because they involve closing off streets to businesses, among other things. This opposition, in addition to the tendency for reduced nightlife in the Village, has drawn into question the appeal for premiers at Westwood’s single-show theaters. What do you think about this? Submit View results without voting »