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Lena Nguyen | Social media director
Nguyen is the 2020-2021 Social Media Director. She was previously the 2019-2020 assistant Opinion editor and editorial board member. Currently, Nguyen is a fourth-year communications and political science student at UCLA.
Nguyen is the 2020-2021 Social Media Director. She was previously the 2019-2020 assistant Opinion editor and editorial board member. Currently, Nguyen is a fourth-year communications and political science student at UCLA.

Opinion

Jan. 13, 2020 11:10 p.m.

UCLA fails to account for student homelessness despite needing data to take action

They say the numbers don’t lie.
But when you don’t have access to them in the first place, it can be equally difficult to discern the truth.

By Lucy Carroll, Lena Nguyen, and EJ Panaligan

Opinion

Nov. 25, 2019 10:35 p.m.

A Difference of Opinion Editors: Looking at the causes of an influx of e-scooter accidents

Recently, UCLA went into agreement with multiple e-scooter companies to allow their scooters on campus, leading to an increase in student accidents. The Opinion editors looked at the root causes in the latest edition of “A Difference of Opinion Editors.”
Ridership problems
Lucy Carroll, Opinion editor

Edgerrin Panaligan, assistant Opinion editor
For UCPD, laying down the law is a necessary evil when scooter users don’t know how to act.

By Lucy Carroll, EJ Panaligan, and Lena Nguyen

Opinion

Nov. 13, 2019 10:46 p.m.

California needs policies to build housing able to withstand climate disasters

When a house in California begins to burn, there’s no running for the hills. There’s only building more homes in the same places that used to burn.

By Lena Nguyen

Opinion

Nov. 3, 2019 11:35 p.m.

A Difference of Opinion Editors: Potential lawsuit over UC admissions’ use of SAT, ACT – unfeasible vs. necessary

The University of California is facing a potential lawsuit from students and organizations if it continues its use of standardized testing in the admissions process. The Opinion editors took their stances in the latest edition of “A Difference of Opinion Editors.”
Anti-lawsuit
Lucy Carroll, Opinion editor

Scantrons and writing samples aren’t a fan favorite, but it seemed unlikely that standardized testing would lead to a lawsuit.

By Lena Nguyen and Lucy Carroll

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