Sunday, September 23

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(Daily Bruin file photo)
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The Westwood Neighborhood Council’s raucous and annoying meetings leave many asking why Los Angeles even has neighborhood councils in the first place. But Los Angeles is a diverse and fragmented city, and neighborhood councils can be a way for Angelenos to unify. (Daily Bruin file photo)
The Westwood Neighborhood Council’s raucous and annoying meetings leave many asking why Los Angeles even has neighborhood councils in the first place. But Los Angeles is a diverse and fragmented city, and neighborhood councils can be a way for Angelenos to unify. (Daily Bruin file photo)

Last month, UCLA’s ROTC took part in a training session for cadets. One of the exercises involved military officers wearing what they believed were stereotypical clothing of militants in the Southwest Asia and North Africa region. Scholars have responded that such stereotypes are far from the reality in the military field. (Liz Ketcham/Daily Bruin)
Last month, UCLA’s ROTC took part in a training session for cadets. One of the exercises involved military officers wearing what they believed were stereotypical clothing of militants in the Southwest Asia and North Africa region. Scholars have responded that such stereotypes are far from the reality in the military field. (Liz Ketcham/Daily Bruin)

(Hannah J. Kim/Daily Bruin)
(Hannah J. Kim/Daily Bruin)

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Throwback Thursday: Old-school college dating scene doesn’t seem so old-school, after all

It’s spring, and, just like all the pollen that’s been driving me crazy, love is in the air. That is, at least if you consider people taking to Twitter to complain about dating culture “love being in the air.” Since I joined Twitter in 2014, I’ve seen people complain about how they want to go out on “real dates” and romanticize the pastoral and bygone era of old-school dating. Read more...

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