Tuesday, January 16

The 38th annual Vietnamese Culture Night took place Monday in Royce Hall and was themed "Time in Tides." The event, which was hosted by the Vietnamese Student Union, featured a theatrical production and a mix of dance and musical performances by student groups such as AweChords A Capella and VSU Modern. This year's event focused on the topics of cultural assimilation and the shifts in Vietnamese culture over time in America. (Manpreet Grewal/Daily Bruin)

The 38th annual Vietnamese Culture Night took place Monday in Royce Hall and was themed "Time in Tides." The event, which was hosted by the Vietnamese Student Union, featured a theatrical production and a mix of dance and musical performances by student groups such as AweChords A Capella and VSU Modern. This year's event focused on the topics of cultural assimilation and the shifts in Vietnamese culture over time in America. (Manpreet Grewal/Daily Bruin)

Photo: Vietnamese Culture Night focused on cultural assimilation, change over time

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A new website allows students and other members of the UCLA community to review and provide feedback on recommendations for UCLA's 2018 Strategic Plan. Feedback can be submitted to the website until Friday. (Daily Bruin file photo)

UCLA to refine 2018 Strategic Plan based on task forces, student feedback

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Students have until Friday to review and provide feedback on recommendations for UCLA policies for the next century. UCLA launched a website last month containing the 2018 Strategic Plan, which outlines the university’s plans to address campus issues.


School of Dentistry receives grant to serve low-income communities

The School of Dentistry received a $1.5 million grant to provide dental care of individuals from low-income communities. (Daily Bruin file photo)
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The UCLA School of Dentistry is launching a program to provide dental care for Medicaid patients and people who receive inadequate medical attention after receiving $1.5 million from a dental care provider.


New public health summer program seeks to expose students to field

The UCLA Public Health Scholars Training program will allow students to conduct public health field work for three days a week from June to August. Students in the program will also receive a $3,000 stipend, housing and meals. (Daily Bruin file photo)
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A new UCLA summer program will give college students interested in public health hands-on experience in the field. Students in the UCLA Public Health Scholars Training program will conduct field work three days a week from June to August with a community-based organization in the Los Angeles area, and will also receive a $3,000 stipend, housing, meals, a metro pass and a paid trip to Georgia, where they will visit the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.


UCLA women’s basketball has back-to-back wins against Colorado, Utah


Editorial: UCLA needs transparency if it wants to keep parents’ trust, support


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Throwback Thursday: Former graduate student fined, jailed for ignoring 65 parking tickets

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When I was a high school student interning at UCSD’s San Diego Supercomputer Center, my biggest expenses were gas and parking tickets. Something tells me UCLA’s commuters are spending most of their money on the same things.

The Quad: Students use Facebook memes to respond to Skirball fire

The Quad: UCLA administration’s response to fire sparks student reaction

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Parents of students at the UCLA Lab School said they are frustrated that the UCLA administration put Norma Silva, the schools principal, on leave without prior notice. UCLA later announced that Silva will remain in the school and handle certain administrative duties until June.   (Andrew Arifin/Daily Bruin)

UCLA Lab School parents dissatisfied with administration’s actions

Some parents of students at the UCLA Lab School said they are frustrated over the UCLA administration’s decision to put the school’s principal on indefinite... Read more »


TFT professor remembered for thoughtfulness, approachability


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New Public Service and Civic Engagement floor fosters community


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The Daily Bruin sent four staffers up the West Coast to uncover the kingdom of cannabis at the farms near the California-Oregon border. They spoke to students, farmers and business managers about the effects that Proposition 64 has had since it passed in November of last year.

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