The final “No Offense, But” podcast of the 2017-2018 year is finally here! Join a diverse cast of Daily Bruin staffers as they reflect on an eventful school year, reminisce about graduation and do a food review of the latest attraction in Ackerman Union: Veggie Grill.
This post was updated May 26 at 5:36 p.m.
Petitioners alleged the undergraduate student government election board did not issue a reasonable sanction for voter coercion at a judicial board hearing Friday.
Join Opinion editor Keshav Tadimeti, assistant Opinion editor Abhishek Shetty, News editor Rupan Bharanidaran and senior staffer Liberty Feliciano as they discuss how administrators have been getting involved in the student government elections, and how Veggie Grill has taken the Daily Bruin by storm.
The undergraduate student government judicial board rejected a petition against the election board Friday, marking the third rejected petition this week.
The judicial board denied to review a petition filed by Matthew Richard and Ramneek Hazrah, who claimed the election board did not follow the judicial board’s orders to issue a reasonable sanction for Bruins United candidates Bella Martin and Victoria Solkovits engaging in attempted voter coercion during the Undergraduate Students Association Council election campaign.
This post was updated on May 16 at 12:57 p.m.
The undergraduate student government election board backtracked on its decision to disqualify a candidate after consulting with an administrator.
Congressman Ted Lieu pulled out of the UCLA School of Law’s commencement Friday because of the University of California’s ongoing labor dispute.
The law school announced Lieu, who represents the congressional district that includes UCLA and Westwood, would be its commencement speaker in March.
No Offense is back to break down what’s a topic on many students’ minds: the Undergraduate Students Association Council 2018 election. Join Opinion editor Keshav Tadimeti, assistant Opinion editor Abhishek Shetty, senior staffer Liberty Feliciano, News editor Rupan Bharanidaran and campus politics editor Anny Kim as they analyze this year’s student government election.
A crowded pack of candidates for student government tried to differentiate themselves from one another at a debate Wednesday night.
The Undergraduate Students Association Council held its annual candidate debate in De Neve Auditorium amid a crowd of about 300 people.
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