Thursday, October 28

UCLA does not have a permanent Americans with Disabilities Act 504 compliance officer to enforce the ADA, leaving disabled students concerned about accessibility on campus. (Daily Bruin file photo)

Student leaders raise concerns about UCLA’s lack of permanent compliance officer

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Student leaders said UCLA’s lack of a permanent compliance officer to ensure the university follows nondiscriminatory practices is harmful to disabled students. Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Americans with Disabilities Act prohibit institutions that receive federal funding from discriminating against those with disabilities.



Opinion: UCLA must accommodate transfer students with more academic flexibility

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Three out of 10 undergraduate students at UCLA change majors. But for about a quarter of the student body, opportunities to rethink their futures aren’t so easy to come by.


UCLA football to face Utah in contest for bowl eligibility

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Just as they were a week ago, the Bruins are 60 minutes away from bowl eligibility for the first time in the Chip Kelly era. The only difference now is they have to travel to the mountains to get it.


Students, faculty hope new legislation can provide support for Myanmar

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UCLA students and faculty members said legislation supporting Myanmar is a start to restoring democracy in the country after experiencing civil unrest following a military coup.


Documentary captures humanity, resilience of LGBTQ+ motherhood experience


Weekend Preview: Oct. 27


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The Quad: Bruins savor taste of UCLA’s No. 1-ranked dining hall food

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From Bruin Plate’s veggie-infused flatbreads to Epicuria’s pasta bars, students can always find something they enjoy at UCLA’s No. 1-ranked dining halls in America. But these dining halls offer more than just delectable dishes.

The Quad: ‘Blackfishing’ harms Black community, highlights societal double standards

The Bruin Gastronomer: Five-ingredient pancakes


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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 »