Wednesday, April 24

UCLA must improve its course descriptions and its class planner so that students aren’t forced to guess when the classes they want to take will be next available. (Liz Ketcham/Assistant Photo editor)
UCLA must improve its course descriptions and its class planner so that students aren’t forced to guess when the classes they want to take will be next available. (Liz Ketcham/Assistant Photo editor)

Business groups such as Bruin Consulting enjoy connections with numerous recruiters, but are arbitrarily exclusive in who they allow into their inner circles, brewing an exclusive culture. (Daily Bruin file photo)
Business groups such as Bruin Consulting enjoy connections with numerous recruiters, but are arbitrarily exclusive in who they allow into their inner circles, brewing an exclusive culture. (Daily Bruin file photo)

The cut score for passing the California bar exam is unreasonably high. This results in low passing rates in the state, which hinder perfectly capable students from starting their law careers. (Daily Bruin file photo)
The cut score for passing the California bar exam is unreasonably high. This results in low passing rates in the state, which hinder perfectly capable students from starting their law careers. (Daily Bruin file photo)

(Hanna Rashidi/Daily Bruin)
(Hanna Rashidi/Daily Bruin)

The Program in Computing Lab is a computer lab students can use to work on their programming homework, but they’re often unhelpful. The university should help students who have trouble understanding PIC courses by offering them better tutoring services on campus. (Amy Dixon/Photo editor)
The Program in Computing Lab is a computer lab students can use to work on their programming homework, but they’re often unhelpful. The university should help students who have trouble understanding PIC courses by offering them better tutoring services on campus. (Amy Dixon/Photo editor)

It’s easy to get lost in the sea of students at UCLA. Mixers and meet-and-greets might seem frivolous, but university-sponsored events that help students meet others – and maybe even develop lasting friendships – can go a long way in helping students get the most from UCLA. (Daily Bruin file photo)
It’s easy to get lost in the sea of students at UCLA. Mixers and meet-and-greets might seem frivolous, but university-sponsored events that help students meet others – and maybe even develop lasting friendships – can go a long way in helping students get the most from UCLA. (Daily Bruin file photo)

(Angela Song/Daily Bruin)
(Angela Song/Daily Bruin)


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