“No Offense, But” is back for the final podcast of the year. Join outgoing Opinion editor Keshav Tadimeti, outgoing assistant Opinion editor Ani Gasparyan and columnist Enming Zhang talk about UCLA’s plan to reduce enrollment rates and grow summer classes.
Storytellers have a curse: They’re not their stories.
I know, it’s ironic.
And I could end my final column for the Daily Bruin right there.
But that would seem absurd, not just because you’d expect someone who’s edited nearly 40 of these farewell pieces to give you some quality words of wisdom, but also because you’d hope one of the most-feared journalists in Westwood can spare more than 12 words.
Langston Hughes had it right: A dream deferred sags like a heavy load.
Then, it snaps like a twig.
Someone better find some super glue for the more-than-238,000 students of the University of California.
“No Offense, But” is back for the penultimate podcast of the year. Join Opinion editor Keshav Tadimeti and columnists Andrew Raychawdhuri and Reilly Berberian as they talk about the potentially egregious misuse of student fees by UCLA.
Finish the puzzle.
Deferred enrollment – the process of stashing your admit letter so you can make the world a better place for another year before having to learn how to play rage cage.
“No Offense, But” is back in your feeds with another wonderful podcast – this time about UCLA Transportation’s failing Bruin Bike Share program and about the ongoing North Westwood Neighborhood Council election.
This year’s Undergraduate Students Association Council featured the lowest voter turnout in at least the past decade, an eye-popping number of empty seats on the council table and a remarkable lack of fanfare.
Quarters or semesters? The age-old debate has once again made its way on campus, this time thanks to Chancellor Gene Block. This week on “In the Know,” assistant Opinion editor Omar Said talks to Opinion editor Keshav Tadimeti about why this year’s iteration of the debate came about, and what it tells us about Block, UCLA and the future of education in Los Angeles.
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