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Registration Issue 2014

The start of a year at UCLA brings with it many opportunities – more than 1,000 clubs, 120 majors and hundreds of on- and off- campus activities to choose from. All of them lead to a different result – your own college experience. More »

New plan increases student seating for men’s basketball in Pauley

UCLA Athletics announced a new seating plan for men’s basketball home games in Pauley Pavilion, vastly increasing the number of lower bowl student seats. The student section along the court’s full-length baseline will now fill the entire non-team bench sideline – sections 113-117 – rather than an estimated 60 percent as it had in the last two seasons. More »

prime’s Guide to Zero Week

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Zero Week can be a frustrating time for UCLA students, new and old. For freshmen, the campus can seem confusing, socializing is a struggle, and finding fun ways to occupy the time can be nearly impossible. More »

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USAC launches ‘All of Us’ mental health awareness campaign (Austin Yu/Daily Bruin senior staff) USAC launches ‘All of Us’ mental health awareness campaign

Devin Murphy felt his self-awareness and self-worth deteriorate at the end of his second year at UCLA. After losing in the undergraduate student election for the position of a general representative in May 2013, facing hostility from extended family members for being gay and wondering if he would be able to afford to live in Westwood, he turned from his friends and family. More »

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Chicago-based hip-hop artist Chance The Rapper headlined Bruin Bash 2014 Monday night at the Los Angeles Tennis Center.
(Felicia Ramirez/Daily Bruin senior staff) Bruin Bash 2014 maintains high energy with Chance The Rapper

After last year’s high-energy Bruin Bash performances by rappers Tyga and E-40 in Pauley Pavilion, this year’s concert managed to find the same energetic feel through a pair of more mellow R&B and hip-hop musicians. 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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