Powell Cat is pictured outside Kaufman Hall. A memorial was held Thursday for the unofficial campus mascot, who died March 9. (Daily Bruin file photo)
Hundreds of UCLA community members gathered at a memorial for Powell Cat on Thursday afternoon to reflect on the cat’s nearly decadelong campus legacy following their death March 9.
This post was updated March 17 at 3:54 p.m.
UCLA Asian American Studies Center librarian Marjorie Lee said she never imagined an archival gold mine of 1930s-1950s newspapers and magazines, exclusively written by and covering Chinese Americans, might be found in someone’s garage.
The UCLA Office of Equity, Diversity and Inclusion awarded seven students the inaugural EDI Student Leadership Award on Jan. 31, celebrating their leadership, engagement and support for EDI within the UCLA community.
Stepping onto the tarmac at Santa Monica Flyers, Vedant Bhargava always reminds himself to go back to the same checklist – a mindset he calls “airplane mode.”
The second-year economics student completes a laundry list of pre-flight checks before takeoff in a four-seat, single-engine airplane, including some for weather, passenger safety, fuel, and other flight technologies and conditions.
The Children of the Diaspora hosted its first Valentine’s Day party Feb. 10 at Melrose Avenue, with attendees dressing in white, pink and red to signify participants’ relationship status.
Love was in the air on Valentine’s Day as Bruins – single and taken – took to campus to sing romantic ballads, decorate cookies and arrange flower bouquets in celebration of the holiday.
Throughout fall quarter, Kath Miller struggled to get enough sleep – and not just because of thin walls or loud neighbors.
The third-year transfer English student said she couldn’t compromise with some of her roommates on a schedule for late-night guests and quiet hours.
This post was updated Feb. 13 at 10:28 p.m.
Editor’s note: this article was updated to retroactively remove the names of two students out of concern for their safety, as well as to clarify a source’s statement regarding the current political and economic climate in Syria.
Dozens of UCLA students participated in a recent technical competition to address persistent disparities facing the LGBTQ+ community.
Founded in 2020, QWER Hacks – UCLA’s only LGBTQ+-centered hackathon – is an annual competition-style event where teams of two to four Bruins work together to create a piece of technology, such as an application or website, that uplifts the LGBTQ+ community or other underrepresented groups in the technology industry.
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