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Sara Hubbard | Assistant Copy chief
Hubbard is the 2020-2021 assistant Copy chief. She was a 2019-2020 slot editor and contributes to The Quad, News and Sports. Hubbard is a third-year communication student from Tiburon, California.
Hubbard is the 2020-2021 assistant Copy chief. She was a 2019-2020 slot editor and contributes to The Quad, News and Sports. Hubbard is a third-year communication student from Tiburon, California.

The Quad

Jan. 27, 2021 2:21 p.m.

The Quad: Stitching together the common threads of fashion choices at inaugurations

How much impact can a single outfit have?
If you’re on the steps of the Capitol at a United States presidential inauguration, the answer is quite a lot.

By Sara Hubbard

Football

Nov. 14, 2020 5:03 p.m.

Gameday predictions: UCLA vs. California

Jack Perez
Sports editor
Prediction: UCLA 28, California 21
These Bruins still have a chance this season to turn things around. But they have to win this weekend.

By Jack Perez, Kyle Boal, Sara Hubbard, and Sam Connon

A Closer Look

Jan. 24, 2020 12:32 a.m.

Course focuses on students’ wellness, explains well-being through neuroscience

In Alex Korb’s office hours, students talking about their mental health is typical.
“Students will come to me in office hours to talk about their mental health problems, and they’ll preface it with, ‘Well, I’m not sure if this is what office hours are supposed to be about,’ and I’m always like, ‘Well, of course (it is),’” said Korb, who teaches Psychiatry 79: “Applied Positive Neuroscience: Skills for Improving Productivity and Wellbeing.”
Another class, Community Health 179: “Life Skills for College Students,” and Korb’s class both aim to teach students skills they can use in their everyday lives in college.

By Sara Hubbard and Maggie Tully

A Closer Look

Nov. 7, 2019 12:32 a.m.

All Brains builds better campus for neurodiverse students

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.

By Maddie McDonagh and Sara Hubbard

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