So you’re moving into Westwood this fall. Now what?
This year is going to look a little different – there’s no point in denying it – with a lot more Zoom classes and a lot fewer football games.
Black chunky heeled boots – 50% off!
I jumped when I saw this sale. Those boots had to be mine. Before I knew what I was doing, I selected my size and started to type in my credit card information.
UCLA has a transportation problem. And it’s nothing new.
Los Angeles is notorious for its lack of reliable and efficient public transportation. Buses are often late, bike lanes are far and few between and the metro is virtually nonexistent.
This Week in the News serves as The Quad’s space for reflection on current events at and around UCLA. Every week, Daily Bruin staffers will analyze some of the most significant stories to keep readers up to speed.
Universities have always been a hot spot for intellectual debate and discussion. Whether it’s an essential topic like politics or social justice, or just picking which dining hall to eat at, nearly everyone on campus has something to say.
In the wake of the nationwide admissions scandal a few weeks ago, it seemed like everyone had something to say. The internet and social media were abuzz with angry tweets, crafty memes and official statements from universities and their athletic programs across the country.
UCLA’s Interfraternity Council banned fraternities from hosting events with alcohol a little over a year ago, on Jan. 16, 2018. This came in response to the alleged sexual assault by Benjamin Orr, a member of the Theta Delta Chi fraternity and the chapter’s former president.
Welcome to the Copy Shop – the platform for members of Daily Bruin Copy to rant about the Oxford comma, discuss sensitivity in mass media and attempt to generally demystify the mind-boggling and all-too-misunderstood world of the copy editor.
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