On Oct. 17, the Daily Bruin published an opinion column that raised questions about the vision and implementation of the Student Advisory Board in the office of the Vice Chancellor for Equity, Diversity and Inclusion.
Children passed around a preserved brain in a ziplocked bag after a lesson on the organ’s functional geography Tuesday during “EmpowHer STEM Day,” an educational event aimed at teaching girls about careers in science and math.
“I’ve been waiting my whole life for this!” said Grecia, a thirteen year old, as she held the brain, garnering laughs from her peers and adults. She said seeing the brain helped her understand how its functions are generally divided by area, and touching it kept her attention.
UCLA will hold a forum Tuesday for candidates running for the 26th California Senate district, which includes Westwood.
The district, which follows the Los Angeles coast down to Ranch Palos Verdes, was redrawn following the 2010 census but has yet to elect a senator.
The White House released a report Monday outlining guidelines it said universities should adopt when dealing with sexual assault cases.
The report, published by the Task Force to Protect Students from Sexual Assault, which President Barack Obama established in January, recommended campuses focus on responding more effectively to incidents of sexual assault.
During the height of the Enlightenment, French mathematician and philosopher Marquis de Condorcet first brought together the diverse disciplines of mathematics and politics in his renowned study of voting methods.
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The University of California has committed millions of dollars and administrative manpower in recent years to build its biggest technology project yet – a 30-meter-diameter telescope that will capture and detect light to a capacity that has never been possible before.
Westwood’s sixth Bruin’s Night Out event will take place Wednesday night, with more than 40 deals or discounts for UCLA students and a free premier screening of the new season of the television series “Game of Thrones.”
The event, which was first held in 2011, will organized by the Westwood Community Council, the undergraduate student government’s Campus Events Commission and General Representative 1 office and, for the first time, HBO.
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