Throwback Thursdays are our chance to reflect on past events on or near campus and relate them to the present day. Each week, we showcase and analyze an old article from the Daily Bruin archives in an effort to chronicle the campus’ history.
I was not shocked when the allegations of sexual assault against Harvey Weinstein first surfaced. While people ordinarily do not speak out about their assault for fear of victim blaming, the publicity these allegations have received has emboldened some to share their stories.
Many Bruins will be disheartened to know that Halloween is falling on the Tuesday of week five.
While this won’t stop us from going out and celebrating, some Bruins might find homework, jobs or midterms dampening their Halloween fun.
Like any other incoming student, I passed the summer before college planning my life for the next four years. A major component of this ideal life revolved around having the perfect relationship with my roommates but I soon realized that this would not be possible.
Although UCLA tries to provide every resource a student may desire, it’s the student’s own responsibility to seek them out. This can become an immense task because of the sheer number of options that we have: more than 1,000 student clubs and organizations, resource centers and programs like Scholarship Resource Center and the Undergraduate Writing Center.
This post was updated July 24 at 9:50 a.m.
In this era of rising tuition and competition, lazy summer days by the poolside are increasingly being replaced by days spent at summer jobs or internships.
This Memorial Day weekend, about 1,800 people will be making their way to Sunset Recreation Center to attend the 31st Annual JazzReggae Festival, and unlike a lot of other UCLA student-run events, more than 50 percent of these attendees will be coming from the greater Los Angeles community – a fact that the organizers of this event are exceedingly proud of.
UC Berkeley is infamously liberal. It’s the birthplace of the free speech movement, it stages protests that often make the front page of national dailies and its student body just elected a bipartisan student government headed by a member of the LGBTQ community.
It was 4 p.m. on the first day of spring quarter. Instead of being inside my cool dorm room after a tiring day of back to back classes, I was standing in the middle of the Sunset Village patio frantically checking the nutritional analysis of the food options available at the quick-serve restaurants while trying to ignore the embarrassingly loud hunger growls of my stomach and the hot sun on my neck.
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