A ticket for being a wank starts at $363 and will change the behavior of just about anyone.
The city responded after Los Angeles Collegian, the campus paper, exposed widespread disabled placard abuse in Fall 2012, in which students were apparently borrowing -- and in some cases believed to be stealing -- placards from disabled people:
Next month's Kiplinger's Personal Finance magazine gives the Westwood school an even more important distinction:
One of the "10 Best Public College Values" in the United States for 2013:
But he's not a better pro prospect than Brett Hundley, the UCLA freshman poised to show the world his wares Saturday afternoon in the annual cross-town clash at the Rose Bowl.
He's the sixth Nobel laureate from the Westwood school, according to UCLA. [Added at 3:25 p.m.]: USC has had three, apparently.
The Nobel Prize folks announced Shapley's win for economics today. The 89-year-old shares the prize with Alvin E. Roth of Harvard. Here's why:
UCLA is already defending its basketball program from a Sports Illustrated cover story that doesn't hit newsstands until Monday. The piece, which describes a culture of discipline problems and pervasive drug use, will be addressed by Chancellor Gene Block and Athletic Director Dan Guerrero in a news conference at 12:30 pm.
Is it Page 1 news, that the CEO of UCLA Medical Center is admired and serious about patient care? No. But it is if you seek to repair the "greedy" label with which Feinberg is forever painted. How greedy? Well, Feinberg and 35 other rich UC executives told UC leaders they'd damn well better hand them big pension increases -- and that it was UC's "legal, moral and ethical obligation" to do so. Seriously. Read on:
Her autobiography, Hammer! Making Movies Out of Sex and Life, digs into her personal history and her philosophies on art.
The Publishing Triangle, based in New York City, is the premiere LGBT organization in the publishing industry that promotes gay and lesbian literature.
Surgeons at Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center performed a 14-and-a-half hour hand transplant this weekend.The hand traveled from San Diego to become the first ever hand transplant in the western U.S.
The Futurama-esque procedure has decidedly unique considerations: The hand couldn't have a criminal record.
"We do an extensive criminal background check," lead surgeon Dr. Kodi Azari, surgical director of the UCLA Hand Transplant Program and associate professor of orthopaedic surgery and plastic surgery at the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA tells L.A Weekly.
Once recovered from a donor, a human heart lasts four hours max. A hand?:
As Americans' consumption of high-fructose corn syrup -- a corn-based sweetener found in sodas and other processed foods -- has skyrocketed, so has our propensity to become obese and develop diabetes.
Not surprisingly, corn growers and the food industry have fought a preventive war against any notion that HFCS consumption and those epidemics are related, with an expensive, and not always unpersuasive, ad campaign. But an entirely new problem seems to have arisen for the sweet, sweet HFCS.