The Bruins mounted a fourth-quarter comeback, but fell just short against the No. 19 Utes. Redshirt senior quarterback Mike Fafaul finished with five touchdowns, but also threw four interceptions in UCLA’s third straight loss. (Miriam Bribiesca/Photo editor)

The Bruins mounted a fourth-quarter comeback, but fell just short against the No. 19 Utes. Redshirt senior quarterback Mike Fafaul finished with five touchdowns, but also threw four interceptions in UCLA’s third straight loss. (Miriam Bribiesca/Photo editor)

UCLA football falls 52-45 to Utah’s strong running game


UCLA had faith in Mike Fafaul’s arm with sophomore quarterback Josh Rosen still sidelined. The good – 464 passing yards and five touchdowns. The bad – 30 incomplete passes.

Tiana Okoye (pictured) plays the role of the snow queen Elsa in "Frozen – Live at the Hyperion" at Disney California Adventure. The 2013 theater, film and television alumna is the first black actress to play the role in the live action production based on the original 2013 animated film. Okoye has also performed as the title role in "Carrie" at the Hollywood Bowl. (Alyssa Dorn/Daily Bruin)

UCLA alumnae defy racial archetype as Elsa in ‘Frozen – Live’


Kailyn Dunkelman and Tiana Okoye never thought they would go blond. But they never imagined they would portray the queen of Arendelle either. The Theater, Film and Television alumnae both play Elsa in “Frozen – Live at the Hyperion” at Disney California Adventure.

Rep. Loretta Sanchez sheds light on civilian, military relations

Rep. Loretta Sanchez, D-Santa Ana, talked about serving on the House Armed Services Committee and  House Committee on Homeland Security at an event Thursday morning. (Aubrey Yeo/Daily Bruin senior staff)

A congresswoman spoke to UCLA Army ROTC cadets about her 20 years of experience on military and veteran affairs. Rep. Loretta Sanchez, D-Santa Ana, discussed her service on the House Armed Services Committee and House Committee on Homeland Security with about 50 people Thursday morning at the Pavilion Club in Pauley Pavilion.

Daily Bruin wins awards for nation’s best online, daily college newspaper

The Daily Bruin won its fifth Newspaper Pacemaker and its second Online Pacemaker awards at the Associated Collegiate Press Convention. (Sam Hoff/Daily Bruin senior staff)

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA — The Daily Bruin won two National Pacemaker Awards on Saturday for the nation’s best college newspaper and best college online news outlet for the 2015-2016 year.

Concert review: Brad Paisley turns LA Tennis Center into ‘Country Nation’

Football flashback: A journey through past homecoming games

The Quad: The surprising health benefit of Fluffy Friends for Finals

(Harish Balasubramani/Illustrations director)

Petting puppies may be an effective and adorable answer to improving your mood, as studies link human interactions with pets to the production of stress-reducing hormones.

Press Pass: The fall 2016 recruitment process at the Daily Bruin

The Quad: Upsides and downsides of on-campus jobs




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The Send Silence Packing display featured empty backpacks placed on steps to represent the number of college students that commit suicide each year. (Coco Wang/Daily Bruin)

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