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On Tuesday, hundreds of students protested a grand jury’s non-indictment of Ferguson, Mo. police officer Darren Wilson Tuesday, saying it is indicative of a trend of racial discrimination by police.

(Hannah Ye/Daily Bruin)

UCLA students hold ‘die-in,’ moment of silence for Michael Brown

This post was updated on Nov. 25 at 7:20 p.m. Several hundred students called for university police to institute a sensitivity training course for all its officers during a protest Tuesday, following a grand jury’s non-indictment of Darren Wilson, a white Ferguson, Mo., police officer who shot and killed unarmed black teenager Michael Brown. More »

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Beyoncé released a music video for her new track "7/11" Friday without previous advertising. The music video currently has more than 20 million views on YouTube.

(YouTube: Beyoncé) Second Take: Beyoncé’s recent ’7/11,’ ‘Ring Off’ signal thematic shifts

Followers of Queen Bey everywhere, rejoice: There are two new tracks in town. On Friday, Beyoncé spontaneously dropped a music video for dance anthem “7/11” and the full track for “Ring Off” after short clips of both had leaked online. More »

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Students protested against the tuition hike at Wilson Plaza, preventing the organizers of the Beat 'SC rally from lighting the bonfire, a school tradition that is held before the UCLA vs. UCLA football game. (Owen Emerson/Daily Bruin) Submission: Protesting tuition hike at bonfire is inconsiderate, ineffective

I, like thousands of other students, found myself all decked out in my UCLA gear Thursday night, walking disappointedly away from the Beat ‘SC Bonfire and Rally while Ellie Goulding’s “Burn” played ironically in the smokeless background. More »

Wake of the Storm

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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