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On Saturday, UCLA's best offense was produced by its defense – which scored three touchdowns. Junior cornerback Ishmael Adams (right) was one of the three Bruin defenders who scored as he returned an interception for a touchdown in the second quarter.

UCLA football’s offense finds plays when they are needed most

It wasn’t always pretty – in fact, it rarely was – but ultimately UCLA claimed its first win of the season over Virginia on Saturday, aided by a standout defensive performance that gave the Bruin offense an 18-point lead to work with. More »

UCLA v. Memphis: Three things to watch for

1) UCLA offensive line vs. Memphis pass rush It’s no secret that UCLA’s offensive line had a rough outing against Virginia on Saturday, surrendering five sacks and allowing many other rushers to collapse the pocket on redshirt junior quarterback Brett Hundley. More »

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Download the Bruin Football iPhone app » Senior midfielder Leo Stolz picked up right where he left off as the 2013 Pac-12 Player of the Year, scoring the deciding goal in UCLA's second game of the season against North Carolina on Sunday. 
(Jose Ubeda/Daily Bruin staff) Men’s soccer begins season with two top-25 wins

The UCLA men’s soccer team did not ease its way into the new season as most teams do by playing a couple unranked, lower-tier opponents. Instead, the Bruins stormed their way into the national spotlight this weekend by defeating two top-25 teams on the road in three days. More »

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The UCLA Department of Art staff will showcase its own artwork at the Broad Art Center with the exhibit "GHOST SHIFT," opening Wednesday.
(Jose Ubeda/Daily Bruin staff) UCLA Department of Art staff displays work at exhibition ‘GHOST SHIFT’

In 2004, the UCLA Department of Art displayed the works of its staff members for the very first time, beginning what would become a series of exhibitions linked by a common theme: The art department staff, no stranger to the daily handling of other artists’ works, is actually comprised of artists too. More »

Opinion »

Travis Fife: Minerva Project reinvents classroom model, universities should take note

What’s really shocking about universities isn’t how much they’ve changed. It’s how much they’ve stayed the same. Think about the typical classroom: There’s a professor lecturing, a group of students taking notes and maybe a graduate student or two there helping the professor. 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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