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.
Accidentally snoozing your alarm too many times is no longer an issue thanks to the wide selection of transportation options around campus.
There are Bird, Lime and now Jump e-scooters all throughout Westwood, but before those came, there was Bruin Bike Share.
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.
Students have many opportunities to network and connect with professionals who share the same interests at UCLA, as evident by the various mentoring programs and clubs on campus.
Thanksgiving is just around the corner, and many of us are looking forward to celebrating the day with family and friends. Once the Thanksgiving festivities and feasting are over, another equally exciting and fun-filled day comes along – Black Friday.
Halloween is right around the corner and many students are probably pondering over their Halloween costumes in addition to studying for midterms. Since many students are extremely busy during this time of the quarter, here is a guide of some easy costume ideas that students can assemble in their dorm rooms or apartments.
On Oct. 3, UCLA officially launched its Bruin Bike Share program, allowing students and faculty members, as well as those who are not affiliated with UCLA, to rent bikes to ease their transportation around campus and Westwood Village.
UCLA’s annual Homelessness Awareness Week featured many events to raise awareness of food insecurity, such as the the Hunger Banquet, which took place Tuesday. I decided to attend the banquet since it was not just an ordinary event, but a simulation that attempted to reflect the experiences of people who experience food insecurity.
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