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UCLA works toward water conservation projects to combat drought

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UCLA has undertaken several water conservation projects since 2013 because of the California drought and Gov. Jerry Brown’s emergency water restrictions, including replacing the Intramural Field’s grass with artificial turf.



With goalie Garrett Danner sidelined with an injury, rising junior attacker Ryder Roberts said that the U.S. veterans are confident in the team's youth. Roberts helped the team to a fifth-place finish in 2013. (Daily Bruin file photo)

Men’s water polo aims to prove itself in World University Games

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Rare opportunities are the outgrowth of self-generated success. Entrepreneurs and businesspeople know that. So does UCLA men’s water polo. The 2014 national championship trophy has been sitting in the J.D.


UniCamp relocates second session due to persisting San Bernardino fires

UniCamp, a nonprofit summer camp, was forced to relocate again after the San Bernardino fires that forced it to evacuate from its original site in Barton Flats continued to spread. (Courtesy of Michael Starr)
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About 200 children and student volunteers at a UCLA nonprofit summer camp moved Saturday to a campsite in Wrightwood for the second session of the program as the San Bernardino fires that forced them to evacuate from their original site continued to spread.


Woman sues device-maker over UCLA Medical Center superbug outbreak

A woman from Newport Beach filed a lawsuit Friday against a health care device-maker whose scopes were tied to an outbreak of a superbug at the Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center in February.


Editorial: Charleston shooting forces students to look at on-campus racism


Summer 2015 Movie Preview


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Taste Test: Boba


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The skater’s edge: Evan Bender


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 A&E

UCLA alumna Alex Ritchie will release her debut EP “Heart Weight” on Tuesday. Written, produced and recorded by Ritchie, the EP was inspired by the hardships she experienced such as heartbreak and getting conned out of $13,000 by a former work partner. (Keila Mayberry/Daily Bruin)

Alumna celebrates new beginning, personal growth with debut EP

First, Alex Ritchie's mother lost her job. Then Ritchie and her family lost their house and health insurance. At the same time, she experienced her... Read more »


Movie Review: ‘Ted 2′


Summer 2015 Music Preview


Gil Cates Jr. to take over as executive director of Geffen Playhouse


 Sports

Rising sophomore Thomas Welsh is one of two centers on USA Men's Basketball's U19 roster. The United States is currently in Greece, competing in the FIBA World Championship. (Aubrey Yeo/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Bruin Thomas Welsh to compete on USA Men’s U19 World Championship Team

BY MATT CUMMINGSBruin Sports senior staffmbcummings@media.ucla.edu Men’s basketball assistant coach Ed Schilling has worked with countless NBA players. But to him, none of the two-decades-worth... Read more »


Five-star center Jalen Hill commits to UCLA basketball’s class of 2017


Baseball assistant coach TJ Bruce accepts head coach position at Nevada


Senior guard Norman Powell drafted in second round, goes to Raptors


Wake of the Storm

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Read our feature series about recovery efforts in the Philippines, which was devastated by a super typhoon last November. UCLA student donations played a part in the relief missions of several aid agencies in the wake of the storm. The Daily Bruin spent 19 days in the Philippines talking to typhoon survivors and relief organizations. The reporting in the Philippines was made possible by the Bridget O’Brien Scholarship Foundation, which is in its seventh year of funding UCLA journalism with global reach and local impact.

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