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Students skate on an iceless skating rink temporarily installed in Westwood on Dec. 1. December’s First Thursdays event featured activities and art celebrating winter and the holiday season. (Brandon Morquecho/Daily Bruin)

UCLA’s December First Thursdays ignites holiday spirit in the Westwood community

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Nearly 2,000 Bruins and Westwood residents gathered on Broxton Avenue to celebrate winter and the holidays at UCLA’s December First Thursdays event. Launched earlier this year, UCLA and the Westwood Village Improvement Association host First Thursdays every month with the aim to strengthen UCLA’s connection to the Westwood community.



UCLA staff block De Neve dining hall entry amid protest for free tuition, dining

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This post was updated Dec. 8 at 4:48 p.m. UCLA staff blocked entry to De Neve Residential Restaurant on Wednesday following a protest by students advocating for free tuition and dining from the University of California.


UAW agrees to involve third-party mediation in bargaining process with UC

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The University of California and the United Auto Workers union agreed Friday to enter private negotiations mediated by a neutral third party. The UC and UAW have met more than 60 times since spring 2022, with increased frequency since the union began striking Nov.


North Westwood Neighborhood Council recap – Dec. 7

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The North Westwood Neighborhood Council gathered on Wednesday for their monthly general meeting, which occurs over Zoom and is open to the public. The NWWNC is the official neighborhood council representing Westwood Village and UCLA to the Los Angeles City Council.


UCLA football earns Sun Bowl bid with matchup against Pittsburgh in El Paso


Strikers cited for trespassing during protest inside UCOP building in Sacramento


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The Quad: Study abroad programs offer Bruins lifelong benefits, opportunities for growth

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A student’s college experience often involves many decisions, ranging from which classes to enroll in to what dining hall to spend a swipe on. But one decision many Bruins make is to study abroad, an opportunity to experience a completely new academic environment.

The Quad: Exploring the lack of Indigenous culture and history in US education

The Quad: UCLA students push for more sustainability programs on campus

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