Put Your Money Where Your Politics Are: Professors’ Political Donations
How do UCLA professors' political donations stack up against USC and UC Berkeley?
Feb 23, 2021 ● By Maria Becerra, Derrick Chau, Keri Chen, Brittney Le, Vivian Luk, Laurel Woods
Westwood Business Turnover
An analysis of the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on Westwood businesses
Feb 16, 2021 ● By Cameron Bian, Eustina Kim, Ziqing Luo, Faye Zou, Xuxin Zhang
When to Enroll in Each Class
Determine which classes you should enroll in during your first or second pass, based on analysis of Spring 2020, Fall 2020, and Winter 2021 Quarter Enrollment Data
Feb 5, 2021 ● By Ananya Garg, Charlotte Huang, Mansa Krishna, Lindsey Parungo
Evaluating the Decade's Demographic Trends Among Faculty at UCLA
How have the demographics of UCLA faculty changed since 2010?
May 18, 2020 ● By Bernard Mendez, Annie Zhang, Charlotte Huang, Jeanette Lin, Juan C. Rios
Modeling the Spread of COVID-19 in UCLA Classrooms
What would happen if UCLA students returned in the fall to take in-person classes? We explore the potential spread of COVID-19 among students on UCLA’s campus.
May 12, 2020 ● By Radhika Ahuja, Charlotte Huang, Sydney Kovach, Laurel Woods
Visualizing Los Angeles Hospitals, and Simulating COVID-19 on an Unprotected UCLA
Explore the number of COVID-19 cases and hospital capacities in each neighborhood within Los Angeles County. What would have happened if UCLA students were on campus and became infected? We investigate the consequences.
Apr 20, 2020 ● By Radhika Ahuja, Andrew Kan, Sydney Kovach, Laurel Woods
School’s Out, Zoom’s In.
University life across the United States has been largely upended because of COVID-19. Find out how the measures schools have taken to stop the spread correlate with local confirmed cases, other schools and more.
Apr 15, 2020 ● By Keri Chen, Kelly Chen, Bernard Mendez, Madeline Blasingame, Radhika Ahuja, Andrew Kan
Understanding the 2020 Democratic Primary Candidates Through Their Tweets
The Democratic presidential primary field is crowded with several candidates whose ideological differences may feel slightly nuanced. Interact with the charts below to determine which candidate you align with most based on the topics they tweet about the most and their personality traits.
Feb 9, 2020 ● By Radhika Ahuja, Sydney Kovach, Mattie Sanseverino, Kelly Chen
How Quickly Do Classes Fill Up?
Determine which classes you should enroll during your first or second pass, based on analysis of the recent winter quarter 2020 enrollment.
Feb 5, 2020 ● By Andrew Kan, Keith Atienza, Sydney Kovach
2019-2020 Daily Bruin Diversity Report
Take a look at Daily Bruin's 2019-2020 diversity report — the first annual diversity report for the organization.
Feb 4, 2020 ● By Mattie Sanseverino
Stick It to the Ticket
Where are you most likely to get a parking ticket, and why? Find out the times and days when parking citations spike near you.
Jan 18, 2020 ● By Jeanette Lin, Juan C. Rios, Kelly Chen, Keri Chen
Walking to Class
Running late to class? Trying to avoid endless stairs after a tough workout? Find out which walking routes from the hill to lecture halls and libraries on campus are the fastest, burn the most calories or have the least amount of stairs.
Jan 17, 2020 ● By Laurel Woods, Bernard Mendez, Charlotte Huang, Justin Chai
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