Tuesday, January 26

Fourth-year art student Allison Poerschke specializes in black and white film photography. She takes inspiration from surrealism and most of her work focuses on psychological spaces. (Sakshi Joglekar/Daily Bruin staff)

Maker’s Medium: Student uses black and white photography to explore psychological spaces

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The mastery of materials is fundamental to the artistic process and the career goal of any artist in their chosen medium. Every method requires a different skill set and can evoke different reactions in viewers.



Former employees claim Housing Safety endangered student workers, ignored complaints

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This post was last updated Jan. 20 at 2:23 p.m. to clarify the meaning of the word “transient” in the accompanying graphic. UCLA Housing Safety dispatched student workers into dangerous situations, ignored workers’ complaints and delayed paychecks, former employees said.


Gov. Newsom lifts stay-at-home order, LA County still in high-risk tier

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This article was updated to reflect new information from Los Angeles County officials. California Gov. Gavin Newsom lifted the state’s regional stay-at-home order Monday, which will allow Los Angeles County to resume outdoor dining by Friday.


Department of Transportation installs four-way stop sign after student advocacy

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The intersection of Kelton Avenue and Ophir Drive now has a four-way stop sign. The North Westwood Neighborhood Council unanimously voted in December to support setting up a four-way stop sign after a student living on Kelton Avenue expressed concern about the intersection’s lack of a stop sign.


Student leaders voice questions, expectations regarding UCLA’s vaccination plans


Life and Hip-Hop: Global influences on genre unite artists to impact sound


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Week three: UCLA nurses protest, students react to vaccine plans, gymnastics releases schedule

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This Week in the News serves as The Quad’s space for reflection on current events at and around UCLA. Every week, Daily Bruin staffers will analyze some of the most significant stories to keep readers up to speed.

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Opinion: Labeling Capitol rioters as terrorists will hurt marginalized communities

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LA City Council recently voted to reinstate limitations regarding homeless LA drivers living in their cars. These regulations will run until January, and states that they are prohibited from spending the night in their cars on residential streets, or live in their vehicles at any time within a block of a park, school, preschool or daycare facility. What are your thoughts on this? Submit View results without voting »