A new Australian coffee shop opened in Westwood Village on Saturday. Ministry of Coffee, located on Glendon Avenue, will also sell all-day breakfast and lunch. Manager Nicole Rodriguez said she thinks MOC is different from other coffee shops in Westwood because it roasts its coffee in-house and provides a full food menu. As opposed to shops like Starbucks, where people often get their drinks to go, MOC allows patrons to sit and order food from their kitchen.
University police are searching for a man who allegedly sexually assaulted a UCLA student Saturday. The student was at a party at the 10900 block of Strathmore Drive between midnight and 2 a.m. when a man allegedly sexually assaulted her, according to a UCPD alert. She then left the party and reported the incident to the Los Angeles Police Department. UCPD described the man as about 185 pounds and 5 feet 10 inches tall with black hair and brown eyes. UCPD said the man is in his early 20s.
About 150 individuals attended a protest against a speech by a conservative commentator at Bruin Plaza on Monday. Several student groups, including Socialist Students UCLA and the Young Democratic Socialists at UCLA, organized the protest in response to a lecture by Ben Shapiro at Ackerman Union. Shapiro, who was invited to campus by the Bruin Republicans, graduated from UCLA in 2004 and is the editor-in-chief of the Daily Wire, a conservative news and opinion website.
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Selecting a term
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