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After pressing start on program, UCLA Esports begins to establish its presence

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Esports is growing rapidly in participation, popularity and pay. With 60 collegiate varsity programs and an expected global revenue over $1 billion dollars at the professional level, Esports is quickly becoming one of the biggest competitive sports in the world.



The Committee of Interns and Residents at UCLA held a walkout Wednesday to express its concern with proposed cuts to health benefits and union access. (Jintak Han/Daily Bruin senior staff)

After months of bargaining, medical residents reach tentative agreement with UCLA

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Resident physicians, fellows and interns won health benefits and union access Wednesday night in their most recent negotiating session with UCLA administration. After 10 months of bargaining with UCLA Health, the administration and residents reached a tentative agreement that includes wage and housing stipend increases, sustained health benefits until 2021 and unrestricted union access in the hospital, said Caleb Williams, a resident physician, in an email statement.


USAC revises election codes with aim of increasing student engagement

Undergraduate student government officials voted Wednesday to approve the newly revised election codes and the fall special election calendar. Changes to the codes include a decrease in spending limit to increase accessibility. (Daily Bruin file photo)
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Student government elections officials approved revised election codes and modifications to the election calendar in hopes to increase engagement and accessibility. Undergraduate Students Association Council Election Board Chair Kyana Shajari presented revised election codes and the fall special election calendar to the council Wednesday for approval.


UCLA’s involvement in Thirty Meter Telescope prompts protest from student groups

The UCLA Pacific Islands' Student Association held a town hall in February and invited local Hawaiian leaders to discuss their opinions on the Thirty Meter Telescope. The student organization held a public protest and received almost 5,000 signatures on a petition to demonstrate opposition to the TMT to the UC Board of Regents, according to PISA member Uriah Blackwell. (Tanmay Shankar/Assistant Photo editor)
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UCLA students and faculty remain divided over the University of California’s involvement in the development of a massive telescope in Hawaii, as construction continues to be delayed by protesters for a sixth week.


Editorial: UC must give more international student support facing ‘public charge’ policy


Researchers find that recently identified gene may be linked to cancer metastasis


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The Quad: UCLA provides students with myriad mental health resources, but more can be done

As of 2018, the number of college students characterized as wanting or needing a form of mental health treatment was close to one in three. Organizations such as Wazo Connect, Active Minds, the Semel Healthy Campus Initiative Center and UCLA's Counseling and Psychological Services center aim to help students receive appropriate care. (Niveda Tennety/Assistant Photo editor)
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At a school with over 32,000 undergraduates, it can be hard to sift through the crowds to find people who understand your experiences. However, there is one thing I know I have in common with at least 30% of my counterparts – a diagnosable mental illness.

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The current contract for the Los Alamos National Laboratory expires in September 2018, and the UC, which has been involved in the management of the lab since its inception in varying capacities, submitted a bid last year to manage the lab.

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