The UCLA Anderson School of Management’s fourth annual Entrepreneurial Bootcamp for Veterans with Disabilities held its graduation dinner Saturday at the Bel-Air Country Club.
An expanding population of undergraduates at the University of California will include historically high numbers of nonresident and Chicano/Latino students, according to preliminary enrollment data released by the UC Office of the President last week.
Being aware of the issues is only the first step toward social change. To that end, the Undergraduate Student Association Council’s Community Service Commission is holding Issues Awareness Week, a three-day event designed to not only promote understanding of social issues that impact the greater L.A.
At a farmers market a few weeks ago, Avery Gerber bought red carrots for the first time. Red on the outside with an orange interior, these vegetables offered an alternative to supermarket carrots.
Like many young entrepreneurs, Zachary Spitulski began with a simple idea conceived in a college dorm room.
While sitting around his computer with a few friends during winter quarter, Spitulski, a second-year Design | Media Arts student, brainstormed an idea for a computer application that would let users create and view virtual flashcards on their computers, as well as allow them to sync their cards to their smart phones.
“Something like that would be hugely successful, especially at a university,” Spitulski said.
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