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Lapu, the Coyote that Cares Theatre Company will perform its winter show, "The Future, the Present, and the Rest is History...," starring first-year molecular, cell and developmental biology student Julianna Remo (left) and fourth-year history student Nathan Guzik (right).
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Lapu, the Coyote that Cares Theatre Company will perform its winter show, "The Future, the Present, and the Rest is History...," starring first-year molecular, cell and developmental biology student Julianna Remo (left) and fourth-year history student Nathan Guzik (right). (Owen Emerson/Daily Bruin)

LCC Theatre Company presents winter show, debuts newest members

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A homeless drunkard and a stockbroker meet and reveal secrets of their pasts to eventually follow a path of self-acceptance. This is one of three student-written and produced scenes that the UCLA theater group Lapu, the Coyote that Cares Theatre Company will present in its winter show, “The Future, the Present, and the Rest is History…,” funded by the Undergraduate Students Association Council.



Sophomore Joseph Di Giulio said UCLA will be preparing for Tulsa using the same method of preparation that notched the team a win against Stanford over the weekend. (Katie Meyers/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Men’s tennis wary of possible upset against Tulsa

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Fans were still leaving the Los Angeles Tennis Center. Courts were still being cleared off. Stanford was still having their team meeting. For the UCLA men’s tennis team, that dual match was behind them, and they were looking to the next.


UCLA to cap nonresident enrollment for 2015-2016 academic year

This article was updated on March 3 at 6:30 p.m. The University of California will cap resident enrollment at all campuses, as well as nonresident enrollment at UCLA and UC Berkeley starting next academic year, UC President Janet Napolitano said Tuesday.


Panera Bread to open location in Westwood Village

The new Westwood Panera Bread is under construction, and plans to open its doors as soon as May 1. (Alyssa Dorn/Daily Bruin)
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Panera Bread plans to open a location in Westwood Village at the start of May, following a years-long battle to open the restaurant’s doors. The location on Westwood Boulevard has had a “Coming Soon” sign on its storefront windows since early 2013, but has postponed its opening because of complications with a Westwood land-use plan.


Chloe Lew: Classrooms need resources to accommodate students with disabilities


Student creates video-sharing app with limited view system ShuutMe


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Aaron Newman: Passion for Lego


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Songs and Stories: Mr. Moon


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 A&E

Theo Triantafyllidis, a Design | Media Arts graduate student, will conduct his first solo exhibition, which incorporates artwork and virtual reality. The artwork features the virtual world of Isla Lacerate, inspired by conspiracy theories, dinosaur archeology and virtual exhibitions. 
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Graduate student exhibits virtual reality project ‘Isla Lacerta’

In the world of "Isla Lacerta," lizards can data mine and explorers can journey through caves.Design | Media Arts graduate student Theo Triantafyllidis’ solo exhibition,... Read more »


Sounds of LA: Kid Cadaver


Art Exhibit Review: ‘Plastic’


“What” is dance


 Sports

Redshirt junior middle blocker Trent Kersten said he wants to empower the next generation of UCLA volleyball players before he leaves. (Hannah Ye/Daily Bruin)

Bruins hope to trample CSUN Matadors at home

UCLA men's volleyball sits squarely in the middle of the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation standings. With a 5-6 record, the Bruins are seventh in the... Read more »


Pac-12 men’s basketball power rankings: March 3


Gymnastics exhibition routine gives athletes chance to experiment


Ty Moore takes 11-game hit streak into CSUN game


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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