Thursday, August 22

E-cigarettes are electronic devices that vaporize flavored liquids which usually contain nicotine. They do not produce tobacco smoke and are commonly used by young adults. (Creative Commons photo by Ecig Click via Wikimedia Commons)

UCLA research study finds possible effects of using e-cigarettes

UCLA researchers have found that e-cigarettes may not be as harmless as commonly believed. In a study published earlier this month, researchers from the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA and the UCLA Fielding School of Public Health have found that e-cigarette users may also incur increased heart risk from smoking, similar to traditional cigarette users. Read more...

Photo: E-cigarettes are electronic devices that vaporize flavored liquids which usually contain nicotine. They do not produce tobacco smoke and are commonly used by young adults. (Creative Commons photo by Ecig Click via Wikimedia Commons)

E-cigarettes are electronic devices that vaporize flavored liquids which usually contain nicotine. They do not produce tobacco smoke and are commonly used by young adults. (Creative Commons photo by Ecig Click via Wikimedia Commons)


UCLA School of Nursing students attended the first Nursing Career Day on Tuesday at the Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center. (Kristie-Valerie Hoang/Daily Bruin)

Photo: UCLA School of Nursing hosts recruiters on its first career day

The UCLA School of Nursing hosted its first career day for students Tuesday. About 55 students and more than a dozen recruiters, including the U.S. Navy, Cedars-Sinai Medical Center and Children’s Hospital Los Angeles, attended the Nursing Career Day at the Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center. Read more...

Photo: UCLA School of Nursing students attended the first Nursing Career Day on Tuesday at the Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center. (Kristie-Valerie Hoang/Daily Bruin)

UCLA School of Nursing students attended the first Nursing Career Day on Tuesday at the Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center. (Kristie-Valerie Hoang/Daily Bruin)

Keith Fink, a lecturer in the communication studies department, said the department is not allowing him to overenroll students in his class, Communication Studies 167: "Sex, Politics and Race: Free Speech on Campus", this quarter. (Miriam Bribiesca/Photo editor)

Communication studies lecturer claims restrictions on class enrollment

Dozens of UCLA students are frustrated with their inability to enroll in a communication studies class this quarter, despite receiving a permission-to-enroll number from their instructor. Read more...

Photo: Keith Fink, a lecturer in the communication studies department, said the department is not allowing him to overenroll students in his class, Communication Studies 167: "Sex, Politics and Race: Free Speech on Campus", this quarter. (Miriam Bribiesca/Photo editor)

Keith Fink, a lecturer in the communication studies department, said the department is not allowing him to overenroll students in his class, Communication Studies 167: "Sex, Politics and Race: Free Speech on Campus", this quarter. (Miriam Bribiesca/Photo editor)

UCLA students spent 36 hours in Ackerman Grand Ballroom to create a product related to exercise and sports technology this weekend. The hackathon was free for all participants. (Tianyi Ruan/Daily Bruin)

Photo: Third annual IDEA Hacks held at Ackerman Grand Ballroom

The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers at UCLA and Theta Tau, a professional engineering fraternity, hosted the third annual IDEA Hacks this weekend. IDEA Hacks is UCLA’s first 36-hour hardware hackathon held in Ackerman Grand Ballroom. Read more...

Photo: UCLA students spent 36 hours in Ackerman Grand Ballroom to create a product related to exercise and sports technology this weekend. The hackathon was free for all participants. (Tianyi Ruan/Daily Bruin)

UCLA students spent 36 hours in Ackerman Grand Ballroom to create a product related to exercise and sports technology this weekend. The hackathon was free for all participants. (Tianyi Ruan/Daily Bruin)

Many technological innovations were exhibited at the Consumer Electronics Show at UCLA Anderson School of Management on Thursday.  Vendor displays presented numerous gadgets that aim to solve business and personal problems. (Hannah Johnson/Daily Bruin)

Photo: UCLA Anderson trade show technology shoots for the future

The UCLA Anderson School of Management hosted the third annual Consumer Electronics Show on Thursday. CES is a technology trade show that features the latest technologies that may be utilized to improve the business world. Read more...

Photo: Many technological innovations were exhibited at the Consumer Electronics Show at UCLA Anderson School of Management on Thursday. Vendor displays presented numerous gadgets that aim to solve business and personal problems. (Hannah Johnson/Daily Bruin)

Many technological innovations were exhibited at the Consumer Electronics Show at UCLA Anderson School of Management on Thursday.  Vendor displays presented numerous gadgets that aim to solve business and personal problems. (Hannah Johnson/Daily Bruin)

Students received their flu shots after BruinCard validation in Bruin Plaza on Monday. Record of the vaccination is available on the Ashe Center's Patient Portal. (Miriam Bribiesca/Photo editor)

Photo: Ashe Center flu fair administers shots to students

The Arthur Ashe Student Health and Wellness Center and UCLA School of Nursing provided UCLA students with free flu shots Monday and Tuesday in Bruin Plaza. Read more...

Photo: Students received their flu shots after BruinCard validation in Bruin Plaza on Monday. Record of the vaccination is available on the Ashe Center's Patient Portal. (Miriam Bribiesca/Photo editor)

Students received their flu shots after BruinCard validation in Bruin Plaza on Monday. Record of the vaccination is available on the Ashe Center's Patient Portal. (Miriam Bribiesca/Photo editor)


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