Plastic waste is a tax on the earth – and people’s budgets.
That’s the stance California took in August when lawmakers voted to make the state the first to restrict the distribution of plastic straws.
Despite UCLA Housing’s best efforts, Bruins still have their hands all over them. Administrators can’t stop students from using and sharing them. UCLA thinks they are so dangerous they can even start fires in students’ rooms.
UCLA’s undergraduate student government does a good job preparing students for politics in the real world – especially when it comes to blowing large amounts of cash on their campaigns.
8 a.m. classes won’t be the only thing forcing students out of bed early in the morning next school year.
Two weeks ago, UCLA Housing informed students via email that residents in Saxon Suites, Hitch Suites, Rieber Hall, Rieber Vista, Rieber Terrace and Hedrick Hall will have to deal with “moderate to high noise and dust impacts” throughout the 2018-2019 school year due to construction of new housing on De Neve Drive.
Little known fact: UCLA has a tacit tax on students who daydream during the first two weeks of class.
In 2016, UCLA introduced a program called Inclusive Access, which aims to reduce the cost of course materials by allowing students to access digital copies of their textbooks for discounted prices.
John F. Kennedy once mused,“Nothing compares to the simple pleasure of riding a bike.” Evidently, many Bruins agree.
UCLA Transportation launched its Bruin Bike Share program in October to allow the UCLA community to rent bikes for annual, monthly or single-time fees.
I almost witnessed a death on my walk to class one morning in the spring.
A student riding a skateboard was zipping down De Neve Drive through the middle of the empty road rather than on the designated bike lane.
No Offense is back for another week! Join Opinion editor Keshav Tadimeti, assistant Opinion editor Abhishek Shetty and columnists Scott Bays and Will Bleveans as they talk about UCLA’s Bruin Bike Share program and UCLA Housing’s recent survey about a potential app for Hill residents.
With textbook sales at Ackerman Union declining, Associated Students UCLA has taken the concept of nonprofit a bit literally.
ASUCLA, a nonprofit, student-run organization that oversees on-campus retail sales and the student union building, is expected to lose more than $1 million this fiscal year.
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