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UCLA Chancellor Gene Block said at a Wednesday press conference it is unclear how much money Tuesday's flood will cost UCLA.

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Officials examine buildings as UCLA dries

UCLA workers and contractors are continuing to remove water and clear debris from areas affected by Tuesday’s flood, although officials say the water will not be cleared before Friday. More »

UCLA student grabbed by man with knife in sculpture garden

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A man with a knife grabbed a UCLA student in the Franklin D. Murphy Sculpture Garden Wednesday evening, university police said. The student was jogging on the northeast side of the sculpture garden, south of Macgowan Hall, about 8:30 p.m. More »

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Students gather on campus to celebrate end of Ramadan Muslim students gather in the basement of the Student Activities Center to pray and break their fasts together. (Evaneet Sidhu/Daily Bruin) Students gather on campus to celebrate end of Ramadan

Sarah Bundogji woke up at 3:40 a.m. and ate her suhoor, or pre-dawn meal, alone. The UCLA alumna celebrated the first days of Ramadan, the ninth month of the Islamic calendar, for the first time away from her home in Orange County as she finished up her last summer classes. More »

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Download the Bruin Football iPhone app » Freshman golfer Aliea Clark has played in several tournaments this summer to try to keep improving going into her first year at UCLA.
(Courtesy of Aliea Clark) Freshman golfer Aliea Clark meets success in nationwide tournaments

Aliea Clark’s summer hasn’t been filled with many breaks so far. The incoming freshman member of the UCLA women’s golf team participated in the Women’s Western Golf Association National Amateur Championship from June 23-28, the Yani Tseng Invitational from June 29-July 1, and the U.S. More »

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Bryan E. Miller recently scored a film adaptation of the novel “America: Imagine a World Without Her.” Miller said the goal of his score was to engage audiences with music that lives up to the weight of important moments in U.S. history.
(Brandon Choe/Daily Bruin senior staff) UCLA alum’s film score for ‘America’ seeks to evoke emotion

Bryan E. Miller spent the summers of his childhood building houses in 100-degree weather with his father in Albuquerque, New Mexico. With an itch to escape the blistering heat, the UCLA alumnus said he dreamed of working elsewhere, particularly in an environment where he could express his passion for music. 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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