Students held an open workshop on police brutality Thursday in Dickson Court.
About 100 students attended Dialogue: Law Enforcement Power, organized by 47 students of the honors class Chicana/o Studies 166: “Paulo Freire for Chicana/Chicano Classroom.” The event featured a workshop and discussions led by guest speakers, including a former public defender and students.
Panera Bread plans to open a location in Westwood Village at the start of May, following a years-long battle to open the restaurant’s doors.
The location on Westwood Boulevard has had a “Coming Soon” sign on its storefront windows since early 2013, but has postponed its opening because of complications with a Westwood land-use plan.
Two UCLA community members are looking for student feedback as part of a potential project to start a new late-night ride service for students.
Nihal Satyadev, a Westwood resident and former UCLA student, and Ian Cocroft, a third-year political science student, recently released an online survey to gauge the need for an additional ride-service program that would shuttle students to different areas in Westwood.
University of California President Janet Napolitano said in a statement she supports the U.S. Department of Education’s new framework for college ratings Wednesday, though she thinks the system is too simplistic and can improve in many areas.
About 250 students, professors, family and friends held a candlelight vigil Thursday night in Sunset Village to commemorate UCLA student Christian Guzman, who died on Sunday at a retreat with The Posse Foundation.
UCLA alumnus Mukund Padmanabhan recently donated $2.5 million to fund a laboratory in his name in the new Engineering VI building.
The laboratory will focus on semiconductor systems, according to a UCLA press release.
The closure of Tiverton Drive for the construction of a new UCLA Health building has drawn criticism from some cyclists and the UCLA Bicycle Academy.
The construction of the Teaching and Learning Center for Health Sciences has been ongoing since September 2013 and is expected to end in fall 2016, according to a university statement.
This post was updated on Nov. 20 at 9:54 p.m.
UCLA officials canceled the bonfire portion of the Beat ‘SC Bonfire and Rally Thursday night as about 50 students marched in circles around the bonfire site to protest potential tuition hikes.
Forty-five years ago, he sent the first ever instant message from the halls of Boelter to a computer in a Stanford lab. The Stanford computer crashed almost instantly, flashing just the letters “LO” before going blank.
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