Monday, February 17

Photo: Minority Report draws attention to historic racism and inequality

UCLA held Minority Report, a theatrical performance that aimed to educate students about diversity and race relations, on Tuesday. The department of social welfare at the UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs held the event from 5 p.m. Read more...

Photo: The UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs held a theatrical performance at the Broad Art Center Tuesday to raise social awareness on racism and other issues of diversity. (Kristie Hoang/Daily Bruin)

Photo: Wanda Coleman’s papers on display at Charles E. Young Research Library

Poet Wanda Coleman’s papers will now be publicly available at the UCLA Library Special Collections. The Charles E. Young Research Library held a reception for the collection Thursday, featuring writers such as Tisa Bryant, Harryette Mullen and Austin Straus, Coleman’s husband. Read more...

Photo: An event was held at the Charles E. Young Research Library on Thursday to celebrate the life and works of the poet Wanda Coleman. (Hannah Burnett/Daily Bruin)

Photo: Dogs and volunteers treat Mattel Children’s Hospital patients to candy

Therapy dogs dressed in Halloween costumes visited patients at Mattel Children’s Hospital UCLA on Thursday. This event was organized by the UCLA People-Animal Connection, the hospital’s animal-assisted therapy program. Read more...

Photo: Finn, a white labrador, went around Mattel Children’s Hospital UCLA to visit young patients and spread some Halloween cheer, as part of UCLA People-Animal Connection, the hospital’s animal-assisted therapy program. (Eda Gokcebay/Daily Bruin)

Parents experience college life in UCLA during Bruin Family Weekend

Rolando Morales smiled at his daughter and observed the grandeur of Kerckhoff patio and Moore Hall. Morales wanted to attend UCLA after high school, but did not have the resources, he said. Read more...

Photo: Three-year-old Bennett Hively and his mother played with the Bruin statue in Bruin Plaza outside Ackerman Student Union during Bruin Family Weekend held at UCLA. (Daniel Leibowitz/Daily Bruin)

Photo: Send Silence Packing display raises awareness for suicide prevention

This post was updated Oct. 22 at 1:30 p.m. Students gathered in Meyerhoff Park Friday for the Send Silence Packing display. The display, organized by the UCLA chapter of Active Minds, featured empty backpacks lined on steps to raise awareness for suicide prevention. Read more...

Photo: The Send Silence Packing display featured empty backpacks placed on steps to represent the number of college students that commit suicide each year. (Coco Wang/Daily Bruin)

Students go to North Dakota pipeline site in solidarity with tribe

American Indian students from UCLA gathered at the Standing Rock Indian Reservation with signs chanting “protectors, instead of protesters.” “There was one big prayer circle and the ground was there,” said Daniel Streamer, a first-year American Indian studies student. Read more...

Photo: AISA is a student organization comprised of American Indian students that aims to educate other students about their culture. (Courtesy of Amber Frank)

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