Saturday, March 25

UCLA's Henry Samueli School of Engineering and Applied Science was named after the philanthropist when the Samueli Foundation donated $30 million to the school in 1999. (Jintak Han/Assistant Photo editor)
UCLA's Henry Samueli School of Engineering and Applied Science was named after the philanthropist when the Samueli Foundation donated $30 million to the school in 1999. (Jintak Han/Assistant Photo editor)

Electronic emergency locks have been installed inside 192 general assignment classrooms on campus since January. When pressed, the button with a lock icon flashes red to indicate the room is inaccessible from the outside. (Michael Zshornack/Assistant Photo editor)
Electronic emergency locks have been installed inside 192 general assignment classrooms on campus since January. When pressed, the button with a lock icon flashes red to indicate the room is inaccessible from the outside. (Michael Zshornack/Assistant Photo editor)

Sophie Sokolow, an associate professor at the UCLA School of Nursing, said Donezepil has been used to treat patients with mild cognitive impairment. (Wesley Hardin/Daily Bruin)
Sophie Sokolow, an associate professor at the UCLA School of Nursing, said Donezepil has been used to treat patients with mild cognitive impairment. (Wesley Hardin/Daily Bruin)

UCLA's children's hospital was renamed UCLA Mattel Children’s Hospital after Mattel's $50 million gift to UCLA Health on Monday. (UCLA Health)
UCLA's children's hospital was renamed UCLA Mattel Children’s Hospital after Mattel's $50 million gift to UCLA Health on Monday. (UCLA Health)

Students covered by the University of California Student Health Insurance Plan have flexibility in choosing their dentist under the preferred provider organization policy. (Pinkie Su/Daily Bruin)
Students covered by the University of California Student Health Insurance Plan have flexibility in choosing their dentist under the preferred provider organization policy. (Pinkie Su/Daily Bruin)

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Stephanie Seidlits, an assistant bioengineering professor, won $500,000 to engineer a device to treat spinal cord injuries. (Kristie-Valerie Hoang/Daily Bruin)
Stephanie Seidlits, an assistant bioengineering professor, won $500,000 to engineer a device to treat spinal cord injuries. (Kristie-Valerie Hoang/Daily Bruin)


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