The general decline of Westwood Village ““ characterized by a loss of retail stores, a decline in moviegoers, a lack of parking and the issue of homelessness ““ compelled the Westside Urban Forum to engage UCLA’s cityLAB in developing a future plan to restore the community on Monday.
BY damien sutevski
With only his last name, university ID number and birth date, I reset and changed a friend’s password to gain access to his UCLA law school email account Thursday.
I then told Eric Bollens, a software architect at the Office of Information Technology and a fifth-year computer science student, about this “exploit.” Bollens relayed the information and within an hour, the IT security department had disabled the reset password feature for LawNET.
While researching this column, I attended DEF CON, an annual hacker convention, in Las Vegas this summer.
When it comes to buying a computer, I have a few things to consider.
The obvious advantage of purchasing online is that it ships directly to me. As a busy graduate student, this is an invaluable service.
To build racket control and speed, a group of young children dashed to pick up their rackets in their first tennis lesson drills Friday night at Van Ness Recreation Center in South Los Angeles.
A sellout crowd of more than 400 people packed a Broad Art Center auditorium decorated with multiple visual displays, musical instruments and a crowd-sourced, fully-automated Nerf gun.
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