Saturday, May 25





Although The Study at Hedrick opened eariler this year, the new facility has done little to stem the ever-growing lines of students waiting to get food in dining halls across the Hill. (Alyssa Dorn/Daily Bruin staff)

Mariah Furtek: Dining Services must improve survey, expand as enrollment increases

If UCLA students manage to escape the “Freshman 15″ it won’t be because of a new workout regime – it’ll be because of the long lines they face to get food. Read more...

Photo: Although The Study at Hedrick opened eariler this year, the new facility has done little to stem the ever-growing lines of students waiting to get food in dining halls across the Hill. (Alyssa Dorn/Daily Bruin staff)

Although The Study at Hedrick opened eariler this year, the new facility has done little to stem the ever-growing lines of students waiting to get food in dining halls across the Hill. (Alyssa Dorn/Daily Bruin staff)

Michaelle Burbank said growing up in a predominantly white community complicated the role race played in her life. She added she faced racial discrimination growing up. (Diana Luna/Daily Bruin)

Student works to combat racism in wake of Trump presidency

Two white men in a passing car yelled racist insults at Michaelle Burbank and her friends as they were on their way to protest President-elect Trump’s election in November. Read more...

Photo: Michaelle Burbank said growing up in a predominantly white community complicated the role race played in her life. She added she faced racial discrimination growing up. (Diana Luna/Daily Bruin)

Michaelle Burbank said growing up in a predominantly white community complicated the role race played in her life. She added she faced racial discrimination growing up. (Diana Luna/Daily Bruin)

David Huerta, president of the California branch of a worker union, spoke to UCLA community members about the importance of nonviolent protest at a panel Tuesday. (Sihui Song/Daily Bruin)

Local activists hold teach-in to promote nonviolent protests

A reverend who worked with Martin Luther King Jr. told UCLA community members that violence cannot be used to improve the United States. The Rev. James Lawson Jr., who teaches at UCLA, and other civil rights activists spoke at a teach-in event Tuesday that aimed to engage students in dialogue about nonviolent protests. Read more...

Photo: David Huerta, president of the California branch of a worker union, spoke to UCLA community members about the importance of nonviolent protest at a panel Tuesday. (Sihui Song/Daily Bruin)

David Huerta, president of the California branch of a worker union, spoke to UCLA community members about the importance of nonviolent protest at a panel Tuesday. (Sihui Song/Daily Bruin)


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