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4 Reasons We Love the Quarter System

The day after tomorrow marks the first day of May, the month that many students on the semester system get to officially call summer. For us, it’s only the middle of the quarter. There will surely be loads of bragging Facebook statuses and endless Instagram uploads with certain hashtags that we will claim are only used to make us quarter kids jealous. But the truth of the matter is, we don’t really have many reasons to be envious of students on the semester system. And because you probably still don’t believe us, here are four reminders of why the quarter system is so great. (more…)

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Food and Dining

14 Restaurants that Charge $5 or Less to Deliver to UCLA

Stephanie Orpilla / Daily Bruin

This week, De Neve dining hall closed for renovation. UCLA Dining sneakily renamed Hedrick dining hall “De Neve at Hedrick,” but we at Mojo know better. Hedrick will always be Hedrick, an unbearable extra four flights of stairs farther up the Hill than good ol’ De Neve. We’ve lost a major food source on the Hill. Last year, Mojo told you about Italian Express and Mr. Noodle, but here are 14 more restaurants that will deliver to you for $5 or less as long as you live within 3 miles of the UCLA perimeter. Hopefully one of these will fill the gaping hole in your stomach that was once satisfied by the exceptional De Neve omelets. (more…)

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Food and Dining

How We Feel About De Neve Closing

A few months ago, we heard that De Neve dining hall would be closing this quarter.

At first, we thought we read the email wrong.

But no, we hadn’t.

The email also said that they would be relocating all De Neve services to Hedrick.

How is that going to work?

De Neve has to be three times the size of Hedrick.

Besides, those stairs are impossible.

And just think of the lines at B-Plate.

We’ll be fighting for food.

It will be terrible.

But are we being too dramatic?

We will be OK.

Until fall, De Neve.

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Arts & Entertainment

Why You Need to See Coldplay Live in Concert at Royce Hall

Have you ever dreamed of paradise? Or have you ever felt like you wanted to rule the world? Well, you will feel like you are in paradise and want to rule the world once you go to a Coldplay concert. It will feel like every teardrop is a waterfall when you start crying when you don’t get tickets. That is why you don’t want to miss the chance to see Coldplay live right here at UCLA. On May 19, Coldplay will be playing a concert at Royce Hall, and if you don’t get a ticket, you are going to regret your life choices. This is not a UCLA event, so you will have to get tickets through Ticketmaster. Tickets are not on sale yet, but they will be soon, so keep a lookout. Here is why you must find a way to see Coldplay live: It will feel like magic. (more…)

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Food and Dining

5 Grocery Stores Near UCLA That You Probably Haven’t Tried Yet

Remember our last post on grocery stores? Well, it’s time to upgrade your grocery shopping experience to the next level. Los Angeles encompasses an incredibly diverse community, and – lucky for us UCLA students – a handful of fabulous niche grocery stores are concentrated in the West L.A. area. Here is Mojo’s list of the top five grocery stores near UCLA that you probably haven’t tried yet, so you’ll never get bored of grocery shopping. (more…)

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