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A Guide to Seating in a Lecture Hall

Casey Bradford / Daily BruinOne scene from Mean Girls was filmed in my high school, years before I attended, so naturally I consider the movie in most of my life decisions. With a full week of class approaching, it’s time to start determining what type of person you are, and that starts with where you sit in class. While we may not have the savage environment of a high school cafeteria, a UCLA lecture hall says a lot about you: your personality, your favorite Jolly Rancher flavor, your political views, your preference in the J Cole vs. Diggy Simmons feud, and whether or not you wear pink on Wednesdays.

 

A lecture hall can be split into 6 sectors: a front and back half, with a right, left, and center section in each. We’re only going to focus on the major 4. Let’s start this party off in the best fashion possible, focusing on those who get to class first. (more…)

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Mojo Asks Students

First Impressions Fall 2013

The first day back to school is always a big deal. What are you going to wear? Who are you going to sit next to? Will your classes be fun? We all feel the same pressures. This fall Mojo wanted to see how students were feeling during the first day back at class. We talked to a few throughout the day who shared their feeling with us and here’s what we found:  (more…)

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Mojo Asks Students

The Fresh Faces of UCLA

Welcome new Bruins! As a freshman, it is normal to have hopes and dreams about how your first year will go. It is also completely normal to be nervous about what to expect. College is completely different from high school – it’s a place where you will get to experience things like a dining hall, living on your own and joining awesome clubs. We spoke to three freshmen, all roommates, asking them about their thoughts for this year and got to know a little about them.

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