Sunday, February 16

                  Fredy Agustin has been serving fresh fruit to customers on the streets of Westwood for ten years, in his truck called Frutas y Raspados del Chapin. The truck is one of many in a collection of fruit trucks owned by different members of Agustin’s family. (Kanishka Mehra/Assistant Photo editor)

                  Peeling back the ripe history of a pair of Westwood fruit truck owners


                  This post was updated Feb. 14 at 4:45 p.m. On my way into Westwood for an errand run last Friday, I stopped and chatted with two of the friendliest people in the Village.

                  Study reveals US Constitution has limited number of equal rights guarantees


                  The United States Constitution ranks low in guaranteeing equal rights in comparison to other countries, according to a recent UCLA study. The study, published in January, compared the constitutional rights of 193 countries under the United Nations, looking at how many countries guarantee equal rights in their constitutions.

                  Men’s basketball surges ahead in second half to defeat Washington


                  This post was updated Feb. 15 at 10:22 p.m. The Bruins forced turnovers early and often.  But when the defensive pressure didn’t show for itself in the first-half box score, their ability to again force turnovers in crunch time brought them back.

                  Westwood-Downtown LA subway megaproject receives over $1B in funding


                  Over $1 billion in federal funding will finance the last section of a subway line extension to Westwood. The United States Department of Transportation granted $1.3 billion on Tuesday for Section 3 of the Purple Line extension, a subway line that will connect Westwood to Downtown Los Angeles by 2027.

                  Science Policy Group at UCLA hosts Q&A for LA district attorney candidates

                  UCLA men’s basketball beats out Washington State in back-and-forth battle

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                  Week six: Lower laundry costs, Kaplan flooded, former Sepi’s building knocked down


                  This Week in the News serves as The Quad’s space for reflection on current events at and around UCLA. Every week, Daily Bruin staffers will analyze some of the most significant stories to keep readers up to speed.

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                  Peeling back the ripe history of a pair of Westwood fruit truck owners



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