Friday, April 19

Risk of alcohol-related incidents outweighs potential benefits of proposed bill

State Senate Bill 58 would extend the last-call times for bars and stores until 4 a.m. The bill aims to increase profits for businesses and entertainment for communities, but it would also increase the number of alcohol-related incidents. (James Schaap/Daily Bruin)

State Senate Bill 58 would extend the last-call times for bars and stores until 4 a.m. The bill aims to increase profits for businesses and entertainment for communities, but it would also increase the number of alcohol-related incidents. (James Schaap/Daily Bruin)

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Another round of drinks and a few more hours of partying can’t hurt anybody, right? But as little as two hours can make a big difference.


Chancellor Gene Block told the Daily Bruin Editorial Board in March that he supported switching to the semester system. It’s a flawed and foolhardy gambit to do so. (Daily Bruin file photo)
Chancellor Gene Block told the Daily Bruin Editorial Board in March that he supported switching to the semester system. It’s a flawed and foolhardy gambit to do so. (Daily Bruin file photo)

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Westwood businesses don’t often have live performances due to difficulties from the Westwood Village Specific Plan. This is an extension of the LA Municipal Code that makes the process of obtaining a cafe entertainment permit complicated and deters businesses from pursuing one. (Daily Bruin file photo)
Westwood businesses don’t often have live performances due to difficulties from the Westwood Village Specific Plan. This is an extension of the LA Municipal Code that makes the process of obtaining a cafe entertainment permit complicated and deters businesses from pursuing one. (Daily Bruin file photo)

Op-ed: Intergenerational trauma affects mental health of Southeast Asian-Americans

I am a second-generation Vietnamese immigrant, a child of refugees from the Vietnam War who lives in the heart of Little Saigon, California. My hometown has one of the highest concentrations of Vietnamese people outside of Vietnam, and I am, according to statistical analysis, more likely than the average white American to suffer from depression, all things considered equal. Read more...



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