Monday, October 15

Freshman quarterback Dorian Thompson-Robinson picked up his first career win Saturday versus Cal. He finished 12-of-15 for 141 yards and had 27 running yards. (Liz Ketcham/Assistant Photo editor)

Freshman quarterback Dorian Thompson-Robinson picked up his first career win Saturday versus Cal. He finished 12-of-15 for 141 yards and had 27 running yards. (Liz Ketcham/Assistant Photo editor)

UCLA football runs over California in 37-7 rout for first win of season

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This post was updated Oct. 13 at 8:37 p.m. BERKELEY—Joshua Kelley’s teammates said he always has a smile on his face. And on Saturday, all the Bruins shared the same grin as their redshirt junior running back.



Tim Chiou and Julia Cho star in “Two Mile Hollow,” a comedic parody meant to examine white privilege. Through casting Asian-American actors in stereotypically white roles, Chiou said they aim to debunk the preconceived notions of being a minority. (Mia Kayser/Daily Bruin)

Comedic parody “Two Mile Hollow” a challenging commentary on race, privilege

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A rich, white family vacations in the Hamptons – but they’re portrayed by Asian-American actors. While “Two Mile Hollow” is a comedic parody, the play uses its casting to unpack and examine white privilege, while also creating roles for Asian actors.


Do computers dream of algorithmic sheep? Symposium takes deep dive into dreams.

This image of Kerckhoff Hall is filtered through the DeepDream algorithm, which UCLA researchers believe may provide insight into how the human brain processes and consolidates memories while dreaming. (Aubrey Yeo/Daily Bruin senior staff)
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UCLA researchers are integrating artificial intelligence and psychoanalysis to unearth the mechanisms and purpose of human dreaming. Researchers gathered at The Science of Dreams symposium Wednesday and Thursday to discuss the neuroscience and quantification of human dreaming.


After 26 years as UCLA admin, Waugh returns to world of medieval government

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When he was a UCLA undergraduate, Scott Waugh talked with his friends about the Middle Ages over lunch. Now, after more than two decades in administration, Waugh will resume his quest into medieval research.


Editorial: Lack of discipline for Greek life reveals need for administration’s interference


UCPD searching for man who sexually assaulted student at off-campus party


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Week two: Broxton brewhouse, NWWNC campaign, strike announcement, abortion bill veto

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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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Throwback Thursday: At 0-5, UCLA football is at its worst season start since 1943

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The current contract for the Los Alamos National Laboratory expires in September 2018, and the UC, which has been involved in the management of the lab since its inception in varying capacities, submitted a bid last year to manage the lab.

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