Monday, May 21

UCLA's LGBTQ studies program held a research symposium in which students and visiting speakers discussed their research and personal experiences with sexuality. (Liz Ketcham/Daily Bruin)

Research symposium showcases facets and goals of LGBTQ program

UCLA’s LGBTQ Studies Program celebrated the 20th anniversary of the LGBTQ studies minor Friday. The program held a research symposium in which a panel of QScholars – undergraduate students pursuing LGBTQ-based research – and visiting speakers discussed their research and personal experience with sexuality by telling stories. Read more...

UCLA's LGBTQ studies program held a research symposium in which students and visiting speakers discussed their research and personal experiences with sexuality. (Liz Ketcham/Daily Bruin)

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The UCLA Institute of Transportation Studies released its first issue of Transfers Magazine last Wednesday to feature work from a group of eight universities.

Transfers magazine drives transportation research into accessible format

A new UCLA magazine that launched Wednesday features work from other universities to make transportation research more accessible to students, policymakers and the public. The UCLA Institute of Transportation Studies released its first issue of Transfers Magazine, which features research from the Pacific Southwest Region University Transportation Center, said Madeline Brozen, associate director of ITS and Lewis Center for Regional Policy Studies at UCLA and editor in chief of Transfers Magazine. Read more...

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The UCLA Institute of Transportation Studies released its first issue of Transfers Magazine last Wednesday to feature work from a group of eight universities.

Undergraduate student leaders are proposing to install security cameras to the third and fourth floors of Kerckhoff Hall after several hate crimes occurred during the school year.(Daily Bruin file photo)

USAC proposes installment of cameras in Kerckhoff in response to hate crimes

Student leaders are calling for security cameras to be installed at Kerckhoff Hall after several hate crimes occurred during the school year. The Undergraduate Students Association Council first proposed adding security cameras to the third and fourth floors of Kerckhoff during its meeting May 8 because the Academic Affairs commissioner’s door was vandalized with a homophobic slur earlier in May. Read more...

Undergraduate student leaders are proposing to install security cameras to the third and fourth floors of Kerckhoff Hall after several hate crimes occurred during the school year.(Daily Bruin file photo)

Students posed for a photo shoot with their friends in Bruin Plaza on Wednesday afternoon to show solidarity for those affected by queerphobia on campus. (Amy Dixon/Assistant Photo editor)

Students respond to queerphobia on campus with solidarity photo campaign

Students posed for a photo shoot with their friends in Bruin Plaza on Wednesday afternoon to show solidarity for those affected by queerphobia on campus. The UCLA LGBT Resource Center and the Queer Alliance at UCLA hosted their second Hate is Not a Bruin Value photo campaign on Wednesday in response to Academic Affairs Commissioner Divya Sharma’s office door being vandalized by a homophobic slur last week. Read more...

Students posed for a photo shoot with their friends in Bruin Plaza on Wednesday afternoon to show solidarity for those affected by queerphobia on campus. (Amy Dixon/Assistant Photo editor)

Bill Simon, a professor in the department of economics who unsuccessfully ran for California governor in 2002, received the My Last Lecture Award at a ceremony in De Neve Auditorium. (Ken Shin/Daily Bruin staff)
Bill Simon, a professor in the department of economics who unsuccessfully ran for California governor in 2002, received the My Last Lecture Award at a ceremony in De Neve Auditorium. (Ken Shin/Daily Bruin staff)

The UCLA School of Law accepts GRE scores for admission starting in 2019. (Daily Bruin file photo)
The UCLA School of Law accepts GRE scores for admission starting in 2019. (Daily Bruin file photo)

Amy Wakeland, the wife of Mayor Eric Garcetti, spoke at UCLA Faculty Women’s Club’s centennial celebration luncheon. (Michael Zshornack/Photo editor)
Amy Wakeland, the wife of Mayor Eric Garcetti, spoke at UCLA Faculty Women’s Club’s centennial celebration luncheon. (Michael Zshornack/Photo editor)


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