If you know my face or byline, you would know that I am a first-generation college student born to Mexican immigrants. You would know that I am bisexual and a feminist who loves the Earth.
Marijuana’s popularity keeps growing, but the sprouting knowledge surrounding its dangers and benefits are nipped at the bud by a lack of research funding.
Daily Bruin Opinion columnist Jasmine Aquino explores the hazy future of cannabis research and Proposition 64’s effects on its obstacles, arguing that there are innovate resources for these efforts.
California is moving marijuana from an unregulated to a regulated market – and there’s more green than the just the plants themselves.
Daily Bruin columnist Jasmine Aquino argues that people in the industry must make a proactive effort in not only learning but also creating the rules of the market.
Proposition 64 passed in November, legalizing recreational marijuana use in California. When it goes into full effect on Jan. 1, 2018, anyone 21 or older, including UCLA students, will be able to buy marijuana from stores with retail licenses.
The sun recedes on the aging walls of Kerckhoff Hall. Bruin Walk’s bricks glow an orangish hue. Flyers blow across Bruin Plaza, dancing in the wind and littering the walkway.
The University of California has repeatedly described itself as a “sanctuary campus” that protects the rights of undocumented students, but it’s missing an important step: actually making that description an official designation.
I was born and raised in the San Fernando Valley – also known as the porn capital of the world.
The “San Pornando Valley,” just 10 miles north of Hollywood glamour, offers a different kind of setting for actors to try their skills.
Winter quarter is coming to an end and you know what that means: time to finish paying up for student fees.
Any currently enrolled Bruin can log onto MyUCLA, click on “Finances and Jobs” and click on their BruinBill account to be able to identify which student fees are applied to their enrollment that quarter.
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