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(no subject) [Dec. 6th, 2012|03:58 pm]

la0wai
Are we old now?
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(no subject) [Apr. 8th, 2012|11:49 am]

la0wai
[Current Location |China, Heilongjiang Sheng, Harbin]

Do international students have to take at least two years of a foreign language to qualify for undergraduate admission?

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(no subject) [Feb. 27th, 2012|03:27 pm]

killerforhire
Dear People of the Internet,
The UCLA Writer's Den is looking to win $5k to help teach creative writing to our kids at Columbus Middle School and we need your help! The contest ends tonight at 9PM and we're winning, but Yale and Michigan are gaining steam fast!
To vote:
1. go to http://apps.facebook.com/students-with-drive/
2. Allow the application
3. click on the green "Vote" button in the right corner
4. Click "Like" so that it will let you vote
5. Vote for "The Writer's Den" in the "Arts" category

Love,
The Writer's Den, and our 65 middle school students (do it for the kids!)
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This should be interesting [Oct. 12th, 2011|11:35 am]

la0wai
[Current Location |China, Heilongjiang Sheng, Harbin]

A Conversation with China Ambassador Wu Jianmin

Friday, October 14, 2011
11:00 AM - 12:30 PM
Royce Hall Room 243

UCLA faculty, students and the concerned public are welcome to a special discussion with Ambassador Wu Jianmin on a number of pressing issues, such as: changing US-China relations, challenges and opportunities in the Asia Pacific, and the impact of American politics on the world.

www.international.ucla.edu/china

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UCLA/USC football tix [Oct. 18th, 2010|01:07 am]

turk_turkleton
 Is this community still alive?

I have football (and basketball) student season tickets. Aren't they supposed to be sending us an email about when to get our # to pick the UCLA/USC tickets up?

I'm not sure if I'm going to give mine to a friend or just sell it. I went to the game two years ago, and that was enough.
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Secret Nun Bakery in Madrid [Sep. 2nd, 2010|12:08 pm]

bajapicante
http://www.trazzler.com/trips/plaza-mayor-in-madrid-comunidad-de-madrid-es
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Fuzzy memories [Aug. 28th, 2010|12:08 am]

la0wai
I seem to remember that towards the end of the spring 2009 quarter, there were posters on Gayley Ave. advertising an on campus talk by "former terrorist(s)". Naturally, being the bleeding heart, pinko liberal that I am, I became suspicious when I noticed that the small print on these posters revealed that the event was sponsored by the College Republicans...or something. Whoever sponsored it, it was probably the most prominent conservative student organization on campus.

And I probably would've forgotten about it if my memory hadn't been jogged in the past couple of weeks thanks to a headline from one of my favorite "leftist hate groups", Media Matters. The article I'm talking about is pretty damning in itself. TL;DR: Walid Shoebat and his buddies who travel around the country telling ghost stories about the inherent danger Islam itself represents are frauds, because investigation by publications such as The Jerusalem Post and The New York Times has shown that their war stories do not add up. The United States Air Force Academy has hosted Walid Shoebat and his friends in the past and has drawn criticism as a result.

So I guess my question is, were Walid Shoebat, et al the so-called "former terrorists" who were brought to campus to speak last year? If so, did anybody say or do anything to protest?
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ATTN: people with a .edu email address [Jul. 15th, 2010|07:41 am]

backstabber
Amazon is offering a free 1 year subscription to Amazon Prime (Free 2 day shipping!): http://amzn.to/bSH8jP

This is being marketed towards college students but all you need is a valid .edu email address.

Now is a time that I wish I was still in college. Oh well, what can you do?
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Moving Sale [Jun. 10th, 2010|02:18 am]

duchovnian
Need some furniture or appliances? All these items need to be sold by the end of next week - first come, first served! If interested, please contact correspond@dryang.org. Thanks!

Microwave $20
15 inch IBM CRT monitor $10
17 inch Dell CRT monitor $15
Dresser, 4 drawer $50
Dresser, 6-drawer $50
Queen-sized bed, Simmons Beautyrest pillowtop $200
Futon with two mattresses $60
Coffee table $20
Office desk $40
32 inch JVC television $20
100+ pound cast iron weight set $50
Vacuum cleaner, Dirt Devil $30
DVD player, Panasonic $10
Rice cooker, Fujitronic $10
Office chair $30
Cool Drive 6 $5

Photos & additional comments available at: http://classic.dryang.org/sale/index.shtml
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(no subject) [Jun. 8th, 2010|07:18 pm]

dizzyhobbit
Does anyone have an extra ticket for the main graduation?? Pretty pretty please, I will be your best friend.
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