Saturday, October 20

"World on the Horizon: Swahili Arts Across the Indian Ocean," will be on display in the Fowler Museum on Sunday until Feb. 10. The exhibit holds a collection of art and artifacts from East Africa, specifically the Swahili coast. Erica P. Jones, associate curator of African arts at the Fowler, said the collection is meant to explore the significance of the Swahili coast to the rest of the world. (Niveda Tennety/Daily Bruin)

"World on the Horizon: Swahili Arts Across the Indian Ocean," will be on display in the Fowler Museum on Sunday until Feb. 10. The exhibit holds a collection of art and artifacts from East Africa, specifically the Swahili coast. Erica P. Jones, associate curator of African arts at the Fowler, said the collection is meant to explore the significance of the Swahili coast to the rest of the world. (Niveda Tennety/Daily Bruin)

Fowler exhibit to spotlight Swahili coast’s culture and global significance

By

Objects that have never left Kenya before are now traveling America. “World on the Horizon: Swahili Arts Across the Indian Ocean” is an exhibition opening Sunday and on display until Feb.



Chip Kelly recorded his first win with UCLA football last weekend against California. The Bruins won by 30 points and their total of 37 points was the most they scored all season. (Amy Dixon/Photo editor)

Football hopes to take advantage of Arizona’s porous defense, backup quarterback

By

The last time Arizona coach Kevin Sumlin came to the Rose Bowl, history was made. Sumlin was the coach of Texas A&M when the Aggies blew a 34-point lead in the second half to Josh Rosen and the Bruins in a 45-44 UCLA victory on Sept.


Campus Safety Alliance reactivates after long period of inactivity

The Campus Safety Alliance, a coalition of student organizations and security officers who address safety issues on campus, held their first meeting in Kerckhoff Hall on Thursday to establish a framework for future CSA meetings and broader safety goals. (Amy Dixon/Photo editor)
By

Fourteen campus organizations addressed safety concerns at the first meeting of a newly revived undergraduate student government committee Thursday. The Campus Safety Alliance, a coalition of student organizations and security officers who address safety issues on campus, held their first meeting in Kerckhoff Hall on Thursday to establish a framework for future CSA meetings and broader safety goals.


Professor shares experiences with art history of LA, community history

Artist Judith Baca and historian Anna Indych-López answer questions about art and politics at a Hammer Museum event. (Isa Saalabi/Daily Bruin)
By

A UCLA professor said she thinks public art should result from collaboration between members of its surrounding community at an event Thursday night. The discussion, which was co-presented by the Hammer Museum and the UCLA Chicano Studies Research Center, explored the obstacles Judith Baca, a professor in the World Arts and Cultures and Chicano Studies departments, has faced in portraying history through the perspective of marginalized communities in her artwork.


Submission: New security camera policy could create more problems than it solves


Researchers in molecular genetics lab discover pathway to cancer cell development


Subscribe to our daily newsletter

Week three: UC Regents settlement, Westwood Forward slate, 800 Degrees, Dribble for the Cure

(Courtney Fortier/Daily Bruin)
By

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.

Throwback Thursday: Column in 2004 found occasional use of Ritalin to have benign effects

Week two: Broxton brewhouse, NWWNC campaign, strike announcement, abortion bill veto

 Multimedia



 Multimedia

VIDEO.REFER.weekinrevieww3.jpg

Sports Video: Week in Review


Screen Shot 2018-10-16 at 10.29.12 PM.png

Sugarcoated: B Sweet Dessert Bar


Featured Classifieds

  • Wilshire&Federal. Private room. Shared bathroom. Utilities, cable & internet included. $990/month. Non smoker female. No pets. Tara 310-696-9248. • Room for Rent

    WESTWOOD- ACROSS UCLA, 2 bedrooms, full kitchen, AC, controlled entry, parking. 445 Landfair Ave. 3108241969. • Apartments for Rent

    Disabled man in Brentwood seeks F/T personal-care help. Must lift 100 lbs, assist in bathroom, drive. M-F 7:30 AM-3:30 PM. $16-18/hr. [email protected]Help Wanted

    Boutique bicoastal tutoring agency is SEEKING TUTORS for students in grades 6-12 in ALL SUBJECTS AND SATs! Email [email protected]Tutoring Wanted

    More classifieds »

 News

The research team behind the study is led by Steven Schwartz, an ophthalmologist at the Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center. (Daily Bruin file photo)

Regenerative medicine institute awards $5 million grant to UCLA retinal researchers

UCLA researchers received $5 million to further research on stem-cell based therapies for eye conditions that result in blindness.The California Institute for Regenerative Medicine awarded... Read more »


Westwood Village Improvement Association recap – Oct. 18


USAC recap – Oct. 16


UCLA unreceptive to resident physicians’ demands for security measures, stipends


atomic city

More features

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.

View the stories, videos and graphics  »

Opinion Poll


UCLA announced a policy last month that would centralize security camera data storage on campus, allowing UCPD to access camera data in case of emergencies. What do you think about this? Submit View results without voting »