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Peng-Peng Lee scored a 10 on beam to catapult UCLA over Oklahoma to win the NCAA title. The redshirt senior also scored a perfect 10 on uneven bars in what was her final collegiate competition. (Daniel Leibowitz/Daily Bruin staff)

Peng-Peng Lee scored a 10 on beam to catapult UCLA over Oklahoma to win the NCAA title. The redshirt senior also scored a perfect 10 on uneven bars in what was her final collegiate competition. (Daniel Leibowitz/Daily Bruin staff)

Gymnastics clinches UCLA’s 115th NCAA title in close finish

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This post was updated April 21 at 9:26 p.m. ST. LOUIS—The Bruins needed a 9.9750 on the final routine. Just as she did multiple times this season, redshirt senior Peng-Peng Lee delivered.



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Live at Coachella 2018

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Welcome to the Daily Bruin’s live coverage of Southern California’s largest annual music festival.


Luskin School of Public Affairs to create its first undergraduate major

The Luskin School of Public Affairs announced the creation of the public affairs major Monday. The major offers a multidisciplinary social science curriculum and requires students to participate in a capstone experience. (Daily Bruin file photo)
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Students will be able to take a new major that teaches students how to approach societal issues starting in fall. The UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs announced the creation of the public affairs major on Monday.


For the People slate aims to empower student groups by addressing inequity

The For the People slate is running three candidates, including Kosi Ogbuli, Nidirah Stephens and Sarena Khasawneh, in this year's undergraduate student government elections. (Amy Dixon/Assistant Photo editor, Hannah Burnett/Assistant Photo editor, Habeba Mostafa/Daily Bruin)
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Members of a new student-run political group said their coalition aims to use the undergraduate student government’s resources to address inequities among students on campus. For the People is running three candidates, including Kosi Ogbuli, Nidirah Stephens and Sarena Khasawneh, in this year’s Undergraduate Students Association Council election in May.


2017-2018 USAC Officer Evaluations


Track and field puts down strong performance at weekend meets


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The Quad: Desert everyday outfits for whimsical, quirky Coachella fashion

Crochet tops and floral prints were popular at 2017's festival. (Miriam Bribiesca/ Daily Bruin senior staff)
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We’re transitioning from weekend one to weekend two of Coachella, so it’s hard to scroll through Instagram lately without seeing an influx of pictures from the ubiquitous music festival.

Press Pass: An inside look at a Daily Bruin alumni event with Matea Gold

The Quad: Tips for Weekend Two from veteran Coachella-goers

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Video: UCLA baseball sweeps USC for the second year in a row


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Crosstown Clash: UCLA women’s tennis beats USC 4-0 to finish regular season


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Sugary beverages are linked to diseases such as obesity, Type 2 diabetes, liver disease and dental decay because of their poor nutritional value and excess sugar. (Daily Bruin file photo)

Study shows rise in California children’s consumption of sugary drinks

More California children are drinking sugary beverages, according to a study released by the UCLA Center for Health Policy Research. Researchers in the center observed... Read more »


Professor dies at 74, remembered for curiosity, linguistic advances


USAC election sanctions – April 20


New study uses Google search history to track syphilis outbreaks


 Opinion

The proposed international student representative position by the Undergraduate Students Association Council must be defined by a specific set of goals in order to offer services needed on the UCLA campus. (Emma Skinner/Daily Bruin)

Avvalzameer Bhatia: Without clear plan, USAC’s proposed international student rep lacks purpose

The undergraduate student government has typically been foreign to international students.It is no secret that international students have needs that are different from those of... Read more »


Tabatha Lewis: Limiting commencement speakers to alumni shortchanges students


Editorial Cartoon: Productivity v. reality


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 A&E

Psypher, a dance club at UCLA, aims to explore mental and physical well-being through the art of dance. The club members will engage in group discussions and dances to express opinions on and learn about certain aspects of mental health. This quarter's theme is the impact of personal relationships on mental health. (Grace Yu/Daily Bruin)

Discussion on mental health issues takes on new form in dance club Psypher

Members of the club Psypher embodied the complexities of modern dating by dancing to Sabrina Claudio’s R&B song, “Belong to You,” in a parking lot... Read more »


Album review: ‘Primal Heart’


Global melodies: Balkan Music Ensemble


Movie review: ‘RBG’


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The Daily Bruin sent four staffers up the West Coast to uncover the kingdom of cannabis at the farms near the California-Oregon border. They spoke to students, farmers and business managers about the effects that Proposition 64 has had since it passed in November of last year.

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