All it takes is one word for a news organization to lose a reader’s trust.
An essential responsibility of newspapers everywhere, including the Daily Bruin, is to provide people with the facts they need to make informed decisions in their everyday lives.
Planted in front of their computer screens, more than 20 students stretched into the downward-facing dog pose as their yoga sculpt instructor shouted words of encouragement from her apartment in Westwood.
Going to college can be difficult for anybody, but for students with neurological differences, leaving home and entering an unknown environment presents unique challenges.
Enter UCLA All Brains, an organization gaining traction on campus, which has the purpose of providing students who have neurological differences – such as autism, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder and dyslexia – resources to support their emotional and social well-being.
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