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Students express support for boycott of hotels over anti-gay laws in Brunei

Students express support for boycott of hotels over anti-gay laws in Brunei

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The Hotel Bel-Air, less than two miles from campus, is owned by the Sultan of Brunei. Several students have said they are boycotting the hotels after recent controversy. (Courtesy ...

Men's golf seeks title, continued improvement at Pac-12 championships

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Senior Cole Madey led UCLA men's golf at last year's Pac-12 championships with an 8-under that tied him for 10th. (Courtesy of UCLA Athletics) UCLA men's golf will compete in the Pac-12 championships...

Track and field   s strong weekend includes national-best scores

Track and field s strong weekend includes national-best scores

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Track and field's strong weekend includes national-best scores The Bruins competed in the Bryan Clay Invitational & Multi Events in Azusa, California, the Beach Invitational in Lo...

Professor   s podcast unmasks science behind superheroes and sci-fi

Professor s podcast unmasks science behind superheroes and sci-fi

dailybruin.com     5+ day ago

Thanos had to break a few laws of nature before he eradicated half of the universe with a snap. Topics similar to the Marvel villain's defiance of physics are addressed in "The Bi...

Track and field seeks NCAA-qualifying marks over course of three competitive meets

Track and field seeks NCAA-qualifying marks over course of three competitive meets

dailybruin.com     6+ day ago

Track and field seeks NCAA-qualifying marks over course of three competitive meets Sophomore distance runner Christina Rice (far right) will compete in the women's 5K for UCLA tra...

UCLA announces revised policy for animal restrictions on campus

UCLA announces revised policy for animal restrictions on campus

dailybruin.com     1+ week ago

UCLA is further restricting which animals are allowed inside campus buildings, according to a university email statement sent out Tuesday. The revised version of Policy 135, title...

Chemical explosion occurs in lab in Molecular Sciences Building

Chemical explosion occurs in lab in Molecular Sciences Building

dailybruin.com     1+ week ago

One student sustained minor injuries in a chemical explosion Tuesday night. The Molecular Sciences Building was closed for the night after a chemical explosion occurred around 8 p...

UCLA could capitalize on academic potential to provide mental health instruction

UCLA could capitalize on academic potential to provide mental health instruction

dailybruin.com     1+ week ago

About 45% of Bruins screened since January 2017 fall on some spectrum of depression or anxiety. One hundred thousand people are being studied by the university to identify the gene...

Mens golfs Devon Bling shines in Masters tournament on par with pros

Men's golf's Devon Bling shines in Masters tournament on par with pros

dailybruin.com     1+ week ago

Sophomore Devon Bling finished 55th at 3-over in the 2019 Masters Tournament in Augusta, Georgia. "It's an amateur's dream to be able to play in the Masters," Bling said. "Luckily...

Womens golf makes bid to win third NCAA championship in a row

Women's golf makes bid to win third NCAA championship in a row

dailybruin.com     1+ week ago

Junior Mariel Galdiano and UCLA women's golf last played at the Palos Verdes Golf Club for the Northrop Grumman Regional Challenge in February. (Courtesy of Ohio State Athletics) ...

Late scoring rally during sixth inning brings softball series victory over Oregon

Late scoring rally during sixth inning brings softball series victory over Oregon

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Late scoring rally during sixth inning brings softball series victory over Oregon No. 1 UCLA softball (37-2, 11-1 Pac-12) put up a seven-run sixth inning on its way to an 8-1 win ...

Mens golf concludes regular season with third straight top-3 tournament finish

Men's golf concludes regular season with third straight top-3 tournament finish

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Senior Patrick Murphy ended the regular season with his highest finish of UCLA men's golf's 2018-2019 season. Murphy shot a 6-under 207 and finished tied for third. (Courtesy of Ka...

Men   s tennis extends winning streak with weekend wipeouts of Washington, Oregon

Men s tennis extends winning streak with weekend wipeouts of Washington, Oregon

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No. 13 UCLA men's tennis (14-4, 6-0 Pac-12) claimed victories over both No. 48 Oregon (13-7, 1-5) and Washington (6-15, 1-5) on Friday and Saturday afternoon, respectively. The Bru...

Softball comes back from Oregon upset, snagging second game in series

Softball comes back from Oregon upset, snagging second game in series

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No. 1 UCLA softball (36-2, 10-1 Pac-12) defeated Oregon (17-20, 2-9) 8-3, just one day after dropping the first game of the series by a score of 4-3. "We call it a dirty W, it was...

AFSCME holds UC-wide strike in response to alleged intimidation by University

AFSCME holds UC-wide strike in response to alleged intimidation by University

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Standing outside Murphy Hall, service workers wearing green shirts and carrying noisemakers and rattles chanted, "We are not afraid." University of California service employees he...

As sesquicentennial occurs, debate on arrangement of periodic table continues

As sesquicentennial occurs, debate on arrangement of periodic table continues

dailybruin.com     1+ week ago

His office is cluttered with posters and three-dimensional models of different periodic systems. Even his credit card has a picture of the traditional periodic table. "The periodi...

UCLA should make research more accessible for its undergraduates

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UCLA is a world class research university that receives hundreds of millions in research funding every year. Participating in undergraduate research is critical and allows students to develop importa...

Historical play    Oslo    explores human aspect of international diplomacy

Historical play Oslo explores human aspect of international diplomacy

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Edita Brychta plays all females besides the lead in L.A. Theatre Works' production of "Oslo," directed by Brian Kite, the chair of UCLA's theater department. The play focuses on ba...

History, African American studies professor appointed as director of Bunche Center

History, African American studies professor appointed as director of Bunche Center

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Kelly Lytle Hernandez, a UCLA History and African American studies professor, has been appointed as director of the Ralph J. Bunche Center for African American Studies. (Courtesy o...

Baseball   s strong at-bats drive in 6th-straight midweek win over UC Irvine

Baseball s strong at-bats drive in 6th-straight midweek win over UC Irvine

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No. 1 UCLA baseball (24-6, 9-3 Pac-12) defeated No. 18 UC Irvine (21-6, 5-1 Big West) 9-3 at Jackie Robinson Stadium to increase its Tuesday winning streak to six. This marks the f...

Golf sees divided results with mens wins, womens losses

Golf sees divided results with men's wins, women's losses

dailybruin.com     1+ week ago

UCLA men's golf earned its second-straight victory at the Wyoming Cowboy Classic. Senior Cole Madey finished in first place with a 13-under 203 after three playoff holes. (Courtesy...

UCLA instructor leads study finding carcinogenic metals in popular African alcohol

UCLA instructor leads study finding carcinogenic metals in popular African alcohol

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UCLA instructor leads study finding carcinogenic metals in popular African alcohol Ochan Otim, a chemistry instructor for UCLA Extension, led a group of researchers that identifie...

Architects to speak on winning design of Taiwan Pop Music Center, creative process

Architects to speak on winning design of Taiwan Pop Music Center, creative process

dailybruin.com     2+ week ago

The Taipei Pop Music Center includes structures typical to architectural style in Taiwan, such as bridges and open plaza spaces below them. The plaza can also be converted to act a...

Student-made film shines a light on escapism and its consequences

Student-made film shines a light on escapism and its consequences

dailybruin.com     2+ week ago

Fourth-year biochemistry student Peter Yang directed "Strange Fodder," a film that is currently in pre-production. The film deals with escapism, following a protagonist who enters ...

UCLA study suggests spending time in green spaces may improve mental health

UCLA study suggests spending time in green spaces may improve mental health

dailybruin.com     2+ week ago

UCLA researchers discovered increasing the amount of green vegetation in an urban area improves psychological well-being. Although previous studies have already assessed the benef...

UCLA organizations host free produce fair to fight food injustice among students

UCLA organizations host free produce fair to fight food injustice among students

dailybruin.com     2+ week ago

UCLA organizations co-hosted an event Monday to raise awareness about food-related injustices among students. E3: Ecology, Economy, Equity held a free produce fair as part of Eart...

No. 1 baseball returns home to face top-ranked UC Irvine

No. 1 baseball returns home to face top-ranked UC Irvine

dailybruin.com     2+ week ago

No. 1 UCLA baseball (23-6, 9-3 Pac-12) will return home to face No. 18 UC Irvine (21-5, 5-1 Big West) on Tuesday after clinching a road series win against then-No. 2 Stanford this ...

Bruin rowing faces nationally top-ranked teams at San Diego Crew Classic

Bruin rowing faces nationally top-ranked teams at San Diego Crew Classic

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UCLA rowing (2-0) raced in the San Diego Crew Classic on Mission Bay in San Diego. The Bruins kicked off the Classic on Saturday and finished with the Grand Finals on Sunday. UCLA...

Baseball overcomes Stanford with two double-digit scores after initial loss

Baseball overcomes Stanford with two double-digit scores after initial loss

dailybruin.com     2+ week ago

The Bruins solidified their spot atop the national rankings in this weekend's Showdown Out West. No. 1 UCLA baseball (23-6, 9-3 Pac-12) dropped the first game of the series to No....

Softball hammers Arizona State with 35 runs, three mercy-rule wins in series sweep

Softball hammers Arizona State with 35 runs, three mercy-rule wins in series sweep

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No. 1 UCLA softball (35-1, 9-0 Pac-12) swept No. 19 Arizona State (25-14, 5-7) in Tempe, Arizona, after driving in 35 runs over the span of three mercy-rule victories to bring its ...

Women s tennis celebrates Senior Day with weekend sweeps of Utah, Colorado

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No. 8 UCLA women's tennis (14-5, 6-1 Pac-12) emerged victorious against No. 39 Utah (11-7, 2-4) on Friday, defeating the Utes 4-0 at the Los Angeles Tennis Center. The Bruins recreated their success t...

Enthusiasm abounds in Pauley Pavilion as Dance Marathon 2019 begins

dailybruin.com     2+ week ago

The fundraiser's first hour also featured an address by Pediatric AIDS Coalition President Melissa Miller, a fourth-year political science and Russian Studies student, who explained the theme of this ...

Lostboycrows indie music provides dancers a relaxing interlude among the EDM

Lostboycrow's indie music provides dancers a relaxing interlude among the EDM

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"Remember, don't sit down," instructed Lostboycrow 12 hours into the 18th annual Dance Marathon. The second headliner took the stage Saturday night in Pauley Pavilion along with h...

No. 1 UCLA baseball preps for No. 2 Stanford in road series this weekend

No. 1 UCLA baseball preps for No. 2 Stanford in road series this weekend

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No. 1 UCLA baseball (21-5, 7-2 Pac-12) will play at No. 2 Stanford (19-3, 6-0) in a three-game series starting Friday night. This is the first and only time the Bruins will face th...

Mask exhibit to explore intersection of Catholic, Guatemalan tradition

Mask exhibit to explore intersection of Catholic, Guatemalan tradition

dailybruin.com     2+ week ago

Jim and Jeanne Pieper's collection of Guatemalan masks from the late 18th to the mid-20th century will be at the Fowler Museum from Sunday to October. The opening event Saturday wi...

ASU continues long-standing push for resources dedicated to black students at UCLA

ASU continues long-standing push for resources dedicated to black students at UCLA

dailybruin.com     2+ week ago

A student said she is dismayed that UCLA has existed for 100 years but still has not established a resource center on campus for black students. Julia Robinson, a member of the Af...

USAC recap     April 2

USAC recap April 2

dailybruin.com     2+ week ago

The Undergraduate Students Association Council is the official student government representing the undergraduate student body at UCLA. Council meetings take place every Tuesday at ...


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