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(Photo illustration by Liz Ketcham/Photo Editor & Andrea Grigsby/Illustrations Director)

(Photo illustration by Liz Ketcham/Photo Editor & Andrea Grigsby/Illustrations Director)

Graduation Issue 2019

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This year’s graduation issue reflects on the past year – the journeys taken, progress achieved and the overall growth that students have experienced throughout their time at UCLA.



Simone King, 82, will graduate from UCLA nearly 45 years after beginning her pursuit of higher education. After her graduation, she plans to work as an intermediate in American-Korean relations. (Ashley Kenney/Daily Bruin)

82-year-old set to graduate with bachelor’s degree almost 45 years in the making

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Simone King is a painter, runner, golfer and tennis player, and will be graduating from UCLA at the age of 82 with a bachelor’s degree in Korean.


Former UCLA Health physician charged with sexual battery relating to patient care

James Heaps, a former UCLA Health doctor, was charged with sexual battery Monday. He held staff privileges at Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center for about 31 years. (Daily Bruin file photo)
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This post was updated June 11 at 3:06 p.m. A former UCLA Health doctor pled not guilty Monday to charges of sexual battery in connection with his medical practice.


UCLA baseball’s road to Omaha cut short by loss to Michigan

UCLA baseball lost to Michigan on Sunday night, ending its season in the super regional. The Bruins have not advanced to the College World Series since 2013. (Tanmay Shankar/Assistant Photo editor)
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This post was updated June 9 at 10:55 p.m. Just like they did the last time they were the top team in the country, the Bruins fell short of Omaha.


Michael Skiles to graduate from UCLA, has no plans to retire from Westwood


Student organizations reconstruct systems of support for women in engineering


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Year in review: College admissions scandal, measles outbreak, Centennial Campaign

(Jintak Han/Daily Bruin senior staff and MacKenzie Coffman/Daily Bruin senior staff)
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Another year at UCLA has gone by, and in between hustling to keep our grades afloat and maintaining energetic social lives, a variety of campus happenings have caught the eye of the media.

The Quad: Community cap-and-frowns upon graduation traditions, explores sustainable alternatives

Personalized laptop art invites UCLA community to stick together

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Alice Naland

Gallery: Hozier Concert


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Underground Scholars Initiative: Just Culture


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 Opinion

(Nicole Anisgard Parra/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Despite promises and publicity, UC perpetuates lackluster response to harassment

This year, thousands of UCLA graduates will be women.But very few of them will go on to become professors. The majority of students and college... Read more »


Editorial Cartoon: The Deep End of the Pool


Editorial Cartoon: How the Tables Have Turned


Editorial Cartoon: Heavy is the Head


atomic city

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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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Opinion Poll


UCLA announced a proposal to lower enrollment rates over the next four years to mitigate overcrowding and increase graduation rates. The university plans to only increase the undergraduate population by only 1% through 2023, while increasing the number of summer intensive courses. Student leaders have been skeptical about whether the initiative will indeed help current students. What do you think? Submit View results without voting »