Tipping may just be as much a part of American culture as football or the credence that bigger is better.
But though it might be fun to imagine Benjamin Franklin and George Washington leaving a tip after having a pint at City Tavern in Philadelphia, it probably didn’t happen.
This post was updated Nov. 15 at 6:22 p.m.
This post was updated Nov. 14 at 8:22 p.m.
Blink and you’ll miss it: the American people face yet another major change to how domestic policy in the United States operates.
Keeping 6 feet of space between you and the neighborhood jogger seems easy enough. But keeping away from friends, family and other loved ones has proven to be much more difficult.
Time and time again we are reminded that you can’t believe everything you see on the internet – even if it involves seemingly real footage of drunken elephants sleeping in a garden during a pandemic.
Your roommate has been watching someone pop bubble wrap on the internet for the last hour – again.
However, what originally seemed like the beginning of yet another strange roommate story may actually be attributed to something much less obscure.
The debate over the use of facial recognition software on college campuses has reached UCLA, and the arguments over the technology’s pros and cons have come to a head.
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.
The British are going! The British are going!
Or, at least that is what was supposed to happen when 52% of voters in the United Kingdom decided to leave the European Union.
Waiting in line for salmon at Bruin Plate can feel less “dining hall” and more “DMV.”
However, there’s another line when you’ve finished eating your meal, and it’s even more consequential: the line of people piling their uneaten food onto the dish return conveyor belt.
The prospect of eliminating all meat products from our diets may have, at one time, seemed infeasible – perhaps even “Beyond Impossible.”
However, with the rise of plant-based meats, this once inconceivable lifestyle now seems within reach.
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