More than a thousand pro-Palestine protesters marched to the Israeli consulate Sunday afternoon to urge Israel to stop launching air strikes on the Gaza Strip.

(Brandon Choe/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Protesters rally in Westwood against recent Israeli air strikes

This post was updated on July 20 at 7:47 p.m. More than a thousand protesters, including several UCLA students and faculty, marched to the Israeli consulate from Westwood’s Federal Building Sunday afternoon urging Israel to stop launching air strikes on the Gaza Strip, in the latest in a series of local demonstrations from both pro-Israel and pro-Palestine supporters. More »

Former UCLA Athletics official pleads no contest in child porn case

A former UCLA associate athletic director pleaded no contest on Monday to a misdemeanor count of possession of child pornography. Michael Sondheimer, 59, was sentenced to three years’ probation, according to a Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office press release. More »

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The Chalk Repertory Theatre, a Los Angeles-based theater group, returns to UCLA's William Andrews Clark Memorial Library with its production of the Oscar Wilde's classic "Lady Windermere's Fan" starting on July 25. (Courtesy of Shari Barrett) Chalk Repertory Theatre to put on modernized play in immersive space

The sun is setting and the gossip is in full swing as audience members wander a garden party outside of UCLA’s William Andrews Clark Memorial Library. More »

In the Shadows

Read our feature series about the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community in Malawi, a country that outlaws homosexuality and in which UCLA has a strong research presence. The Daily Bruin spent 24 days in Malawi talking to LGBT Malawians, activists and researchers about the health care and human rights challenges the community faces. The reporting in Malawi was made possible by the Bridget O’Brien Scholarship Foundation, which is in its sixth year of funding UCLA journalism with global reach and local impact.

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