The Trojans overpowered the Bruins throughout the game, including on this 20-yard touchdown reception by Darreus Rogers (right). (Aubrey Yeo/Daily Bruin senior staff)

The Trojans overpowered the Bruins throughout the game, including on this 20-yard touchdown reception by Darreus Rogers (right). (Aubrey Yeo/Daily Bruin senior staff)

UCLA drops out of Pac-12 title contention after 40-21 USC loss


It seemed only fitting that UCLA’s three biggest flaws would be exposed in the team’s biggest game, on the season’s biggest stage. Those three flaws were: run defense, penalties and punting.

(Alice Lin and Rosalind Chang/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Crosstown Breakdown


With the UCLA-USC football game this Saturday, Daily Bruin Graphics compares how the two schools stack up.  

When a UCLA bonfire starts to burn, community ignites Beat ‘SC spirit

The 2015 Beat ‘SC bonfire and rally, organized by the Student Alumni Association, featured dance and music performances. The capstone of the annual rally is the bonfire in the middle of Wilson Plaza. With the 30-foot fire raging, fans gathered to cheer on UCLA football for its upcoming matchup against USC on Saturday. (Austin Yu/Daily Bruin senior staff)
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Event planners raced past Chuck Goolley as he stood at the base of a 30-foot wood tower, patiently waiting for them to set the wood palettes ablaze.

Men’s basketball snaps losing streak in 77-45 win against CSUN

Senior forward/center Tony Parker contributed a double-double to lift the Bruins above the visiting CSUN Matadors. UCLA won by its largest margin of the season so far. (Keila Mayberry/Daily Bruin staff)

There’s a storm brewing on the horizon for UCLA men’s basketball, but on Sunday at Pauley Pavilion, it was smooth sailing – the team trounced Cal State Northridge 77-45.

A Wee Adventure: The Loch Ness

Submission: Bruin columnist, SJP used selectively leaked information to accuse GSA

The Quad: What really separates commuter students from Westwood dwellers?

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Commuting already sucks, but as UCLA aims its mobility and transportation plans going forward in favor of decreased reliance on single-driver cars, commuting is going to suck even more.

In defense of Thanksgiving

Olive Tree Initiative sanctions Armenian genocide denial



(Austin Yu/Daily Bruin senior staff)

UCLA loses to USC 40-21, ending three-year win streak

Austin Yu

Beat ‘SC bonfire and rally 2015

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Chancellor Gene Block sent an email to the UCLA community last Friday expressing concern about campus climate and responding to a list of demands from the Afrikan Student Union following a "Kanye Western"-themed raid and subsequent protest last month. Some student leaders expressed disappointment in the administration for not addressing some of the demands, such as creating a UCLA Afro-house and establishing a $30 million endowment. How do you feel about this issue? Submit View results without voting »