I am no stranger to the black-and-white checkerboard of chess. My dad taught me, and his parents taught him. Even though my dad could start down a queen and both rooks and still beat me, I always enjoyed the game.
Making friends in college can be intimidating enough, but now that we have to do it online, it seems almost impossible.
Emphasis on the “almost.”
Luckily, The Quad has some tips on how to meet fellow students online and how to get involved while navigating this unfamiliar territory.
Studying for finals is about to begin, but the news cycle on campus this week has been a lot more interesting than poring over textbooks. This week’s big events include Super Tuesday, graduate student strikes and a declaration of a state of emergency.
You take a seat in the large lecture hall, knowing you’ve prepared well for the exam: You completed your study guide, memorized your flashcards and read over your notes.
For many areas of the world, including California, fire seasons are a natural and beneficial aspect of the ecosystem. But that doesn’t mean they can’t get out hand.
On Jan. 7, it was revealed that Imaad Zuberi, a donor to President Donald Trump’s inaugural committee, intends to plead guilty to obstruction of justice, according to a The Washington Post article.
It’s that time of year again, and we’re not talking about holiday lights or Thanksgiving turkeys.
It’s the time of year when black walls are erected around our beloved Bruin Bear and John Wooden statues; the season when tensions with our crosstown rival run high.
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