This post was updated Dec. 3 at 9:02 p.m.
Affordable housing in the city of Los Angeles just became much less affordable.
On Nov. 14, the LA City Council worsened an already dire housing market with its decision to allow certain landlords to increase rent by up to 6% in a 10-2 vote.
After recognizing the benefits offered by Alternative 6, the Editorial Board also endorses Alternative 5 as a tangible solution for reduced transit times and more efficient travel.
This post was updated Nov. 27 at 7:20 p.m.
UCLA has the best university dining program in the country.
But myriad complications have challenged that claim, with adverse consequences for both students and dining staff.
This post was updated Nov. 14 at 8:58 p.m.
Accountability and closure are not high standards, but they are unfortunately not common enough when institutions are charged with holding sexual predators responsible for their alleged misdeeds.
This post was updated Nov. 12 at 8:20p.m.
Los Angeles is a city designed for automobiles.
Today, however, this car-centric city has the opportunity to design a world-class rapid public transit system.
The time is around 1:30 a.m.
A student is walking along De Neve Drive by Rieber Hall. A white four-door sedan pulls up beside him. The driver is clad in a black ski mask.
As COVID-19 transitions from a daily concern to an endemic backdrop in the lives of Bruins, there’s danger in complacency.
For the 2023-2024 academic year, UCLA Housing has reduced the number of isolation dorms, causing concern among students regarding their safety.
This post was updated Oct. 24 at 9:55 p.m.
Long before she arrived in the United States Senate, Laphonza Butler was making history.
Butler, originally from Mississippi, began a lengthy and storied career as a labor organizer after graduating from Jackson State University in 2001.
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Students weren’t the only ones moving into university-owned housing at the start of the quarter.
This post was updated Oct. 15 at 11:03 p.m.
“All the news that’s fit to print” is now free to peruse for all UCLA students thanks to a new funding program under the Undergraduate Students Association Council.
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