Saturday, January 19




Nicole Green is the executive director of Counseling and Psychological Services, which only offers short-term services and refers students to other institutions for long-term care. However, many students are not aware that CAPS does not offer long-term services. (Kristie Valerie-Hoang/Daily Bruin senior staff)

CAPS faces challenges to effectively meet student needs for long-term services

When fourth-year anthropology student Emilie Helfand sought care at Counseling and Psychological Services, she said she was notified that students without the University of California Student Health Insurance Plan are limited to three therapy sessions per year. Read more...

Photo: Nicole Green is the executive director of Counseling and Psychological Services, which only offers short-term services and refers students to other institutions for long-term care. However, many students are not aware that CAPS does not offer long-term services. (Kristie Valerie-Hoang/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Nicole Green is the executive director of Counseling and Psychological Services, which only offers short-term services and refers students to other institutions for long-term care. However, many students are not aware that CAPS does not offer long-term services. (Kristie Valerie-Hoang/Daily Bruin senior staff)


After losing a total of $1.7 million since 2010, the UCLA Faculty Center turned its business around and made $600,000 this past fiscal year. (Daily Bruin file photo)

UCLA Faculty Center overturns $300,000 deficit to post first profit in a decade

This post was updated Aug. 23 at 8:30 a.m. The UCLA Faculty Center overturned a $300,000 deficit this fiscal year, marking the facility’s first profitable year in a decade, according to the Faculty Center administration. Read more...

Photo: After losing a total of $1.7 million since 2010, the UCLA Faculty Center turned its business around and made $600,000 this past fiscal year. (Daily Bruin file photo)

After losing a total of $1.7 million since 2010, the UCLA Faculty Center turned its business around and made $600,000 this past fiscal year. (Daily Bruin file photo)