The final “No Offense, But” podcast of the 2017-2018 year is finally here! Join a diverse cast of Daily Bruin staffers as they reflect on an eventful school year, reminisce about graduation and do a food review of the latest attraction in Ackerman Union: Veggie Grill.
No Offense is back for the second-to-last podcast of the year. This week, we break down Gov. Jerry Brown’s comments about the University of California needing to be more like Chipotle.
Join Opinion editor Keshav Tadimeti, assistant Opinion editor Abhishek Shetty, News editor Rupan Bharanidaran and senior staffer Liberty Feliciano as they discuss how administrators have been getting involved in the student government elections, and how Veggie Grill has taken the Daily Bruin by storm.
No Offense is back with yet another exciting show with Opinion editor Keshav Tadimeti, assistant Opinion editor Abhishek Shetty, columnist Chris Busco and senior staffer Liberty Feliciano.
No Offense is back to break down what’s a topic on many students’ minds: the Undergraduate Students Association Council 2018 election. Join Opinion editor Keshav Tadimeti, assistant Opinion editor Abhishek Shetty, senior staffer Liberty Feliciano, News editor Rupan Bharanidaran and campus politics editor Anny Kim as they analyze this year’s student government election.
No Offense is back for another week! Join Opinion editor Keshav Tadimeti, assistant Opinion editor Abhishek Shetty and Opinion columnist Chris Busco as they talk about the security of UCLA’s university apartments.
This post was updated May 23 at 7:10 p.m.
A planned subway extension to Westwood will begin construction in 2018, nine years ahead of its original schedule, according to a schedule Metro distributed at a community meeting Thursday.
No Offense is back and here to talk about the undergraduate student government elections. Keshav Tadimeti and opinion columnist Abhishek Shetty are joined by News senior staffers Catherine Feliciano and Rupan Bharanidaran to discuss this year’s results and shed some light on the future of UCLA slate politics.
Mark Sawyer spoke Spanish with a Cuban accent, despite growing up in the United States. While leading study abroad programs in San Juan, Puerto Rico, locals would call him “El Cubano.”
Sawyer, a political science and African American studies professor known for his work on race relations in Cuba, died March 26 in Los Angeles.
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