Sunday, December 15

(Daily Bruin file photo)
(Daily Bruin file photo)

University police are attempting to identify a man allegedly involved in a battery against a student at Hedrick Hall. The man allegedly punched the student in the head and face before walking southbound on Gayley Avenue. (Daily Bruin file photo)
University police are attempting to identify a man allegedly involved in a battery against a student at Hedrick Hall. The man allegedly punched the student in the head and face before walking southbound on Gayley Avenue. (Daily Bruin file photo)

Former UCLA gynecologist James Heaps is currently facing two criminal counts of sexual battery and over 80 civil lawsuits from former patients. A finalized Title IX investigative review found Heaps violated university sexual assault policies. (Niveda Tennety/Assistant Photo editor)

Title IX report finds former UCLA doctor James Heaps engaged in sexual assault

Former UCLA obstetrician-gynecologist James Heaps’ treatment of a patient constituted sexual assault and harassment, according to a Title IX report made public Thursday.  A patient of Heaps filed the original Title IX complaint in December 2017, accusing Heaps of inappropriately touching her breast during a visit to his UCLA office to remove her intrauterine device, or IUD. Read more...

Former UCLA gynecologist James Heaps is currently facing two criminal counts of sexual battery and over 80 civil lawsuits from former patients. A finalized Title IX investigative review found Heaps violated university sexual assault policies. (Niveda Tennety/Assistant Photo editor)



(Ye Jin Kwong/Assistant Graphics editor)
(Ye Jin Kwong/Assistant Graphics editor)

Electric scooters have been the target of regulation since they started showing up on campus in 2018. Students who do not follow the rules may be caught up in a surge of enforcement efforts by university police. E-scooter riders must dismount in pedestrian zones, hold a driver's license and stay within bicycle lanes on the right side of the road. (Daily Bruin file photo)
Electric scooters have been the target of regulation since they started showing up on campus in 2018. Students who do not follow the rules may be caught up in a surge of enforcement efforts by university police. E-scooter riders must dismount in pedestrian zones, hold a driver's license and stay within bicycle lanes on the right side of the road. (Daily Bruin file photo)


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