“Fiat Lux” is a Daily Bruin podcast featuring stories of resilience from the UCLA community. In this episode, Daily Bruin News senior staff Alyssa Choi talks to Nicole Rojas, a third-year business economics student, about her experiences with homelessness and how she has made it to where she is today.
Volunteers in Westwood conducted the Greater Los Angeles Homeless Count this past week after delays due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Approximately 100 volunteers fanned out across Westwood for two hours Wednesday to participate in the annual homeless count.
The UCLA community expressed concern after the Asian American Studies Center received a flyer declaring that a white supremacist rally would be held on campus on Feb.
UCPD announced two arrests of interest in multiple hot prowl burglaries and a stalking case on Sept. 30 and Oct. 12.
The two suspects have been charged with felonies and have pending court hearings, according to the Los Angeles Superior Court website.
Los Angeles County moved into the least restrictive tier of California’s reopening plan Tuesday, which will allow some businesses to operate at a higher capacity and open for increased indoor operations.
The Daily Bruin received more than a dozen honors in a regional journalism competition Tuesday.
The Society of Professional Journalists announced winners of its Mark of Excellence Region 11 competition, which considers collegiate reporting from Arizona, California, Guam, Hawaii, Nevada and the Northern Mariana Islands.
The Bruin received six first-place Mark of Excellence awards and was a finalist in nine other categories.
This article contains descriptions of lewd conduct.
University police are looking for a suspect who allegedly inappropriately exposed himself to a female student on campus Monday afternoon.
UCLA Housing is requiring students to get additional testing for COVID-19 after UCLA experienced a spike in COVID-19 cases.
UCLA Housing sent an email Thursday to students living on the Hill asking them to take an additional COVID-19 test after the UCLA undergraduate community experienced an increase in positive COVID-19 cases.
University police are looking for a suspect who reportedly broke into a UCLA student’s off-campus residence Tuesday night.
The incident occurred on the 600 block of Gayley Avenue at around 10:00 p.m., according to a UCPD crime alert sent Wednesday.
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