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Jason Lerner, a pediatric neurologist at the UCLA Mattel Children's Hospital, aims to create an adolescent epilepsy clinic that will integrate the expertise of many health care providers. (Esmeralda Lopez/Daily Bruin)

Jason Lerner, a pediatric neurologist at the UCLA Mattel Children's Hospital, aims to create an adolescent epilepsy clinic that will integrate the expertise of many health care providers. (Esmeralda Lopez/Daily Bruin)

UCLA neurologist to start center to streamline epilepsy treatment


A UCLA pediatric neurologist is developing a center that he hopes will treat every adolescent with epilepsy in the city. Jason Lerner, who works at the UCLA Mattel Children’s Hospital, is working to gather resources and recruit staff to establish the center, which will treat patients with epilepsy and comorbidities, or other disorders occurring simultaneously.

Mike Kim and Theo Lee developed a Korean hot sauce product they hope to market in the United States. (Eda Gokcebay/Daily Bruin)

Anderson duo’s startup K POP Foods offers taste of Korean culture


Theo Lee begins to introduce himself slowly in a grayscale video on his startup’s Kickstarter page when his grandmother suddenly pops up on the screen. “Theo, are you trying to bore them to death?” his grandmother says in Korean.

New shuttles to bring students to grocery stores outside Westwood

The Community Programs Office will be using smaller vehicles for their grocery shuttle pilot program during spring quarter. (Eda Gokcebay/Daily Bruin)

Grocery shuttles taking students outside of Westwood are now in service after months of delay. The UCLA Community Programs Office officially launched the grocery shuttle pilot program this week, said CPO Director Antonio Sandoval.

Coastalong music festival preserves sustainable roots after name change

Members of UCLA organization E3: Ecology, Economy, Equity will host Coastalong Festival on Saturday at Sunset Recreation Center. The annual event aimed at promoting sustainability began in 2013 and was formerly known as Ecochella, but changed its name this year. (Eda Gokcebay/Daily Bruin)

Trying to plan a sustainable music festival at UCLA is not all good vibes and zen. On top of the stress of planning the annual festival Ecochella, organizers had to come up with a new name for the festival due to copyright issues with the Coachella-esque title.

Daily Bruin earns 15 awards at SPJ regional competition

Professor presents solutions to climate change through video series

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Fourth-year gender studies student Lorelei Carlson recorded her first demo track, “Now That I Realize the Truth,” in a studio at age 12.  After moving to Los Angeles, she continued to make music and wrote the song “Low Life,” marking the start of her journey in California. (Jennifer Hu/Daily Bruin staff)

Tea Tunes: Lorelei Carlson voices personal experience of femininity in music

A teenage boy once told Lorelei Carlson that her music was too girly. At that moment, young Carlson had an epiphany: Although many women listen... Read more »

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Radio reporter Jonaki Mehta, photographer Sonja Bartlett and an external translator, Ravindranath Chandran, spent nine days in Vadamanappakkam covering the progress and effectiveness of Project RISHI’s initiatives and exploring the complexities of this rural village and its residents. This project was made possible by the Bridget O’Brien Scholarship Foundation, which has funded UCLA’s student journalists for eight years to cover stories of a global reach and local impact.

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Last week, the Daily Bruin ran an opinion column arguing for the UCLA administration to require written assignments be turned in and graded exclusively online, perhaps via pre-existing systems such as Turnitin. The column argued the interim solution to achieving a paper-less campus would be to mandate that any written assignments longer than six pages be turned in and graded exclusively online. What do you think about this? Submit View results without voting »