Help us beat the Daily Trojan in our #BeatSC Social Media Showdown!

Screen Shot 2015-11-25 at 10.44.14 AM

Rivalry Game coverage


Daily Bruin Sports honors the historic UCLA-USC matchup with a special edition as rivalry week heats up.  Check out the stories behind the Battle for Los Angeles.

(Alice Lin and Rosalind Chang/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Crosstown Breakdown


With the UCLA-USC football game this Saturday, Daily Bruin Graphics compares how the two schools stack up.  

When a UCLA bonfire starts to burn, community ignites Beat ‘SC spirit

The 2015 Beat ‘SC bonfire and rally, organized by the Student Alumni Association, featured dance and music performances. The capstone of the annual rally is the bonfire in the middle of Wilson Plaza. With the 30-foot fire raging, fans gathered to cheer on UCLA football for its upcoming matchup against USC on Saturday. (Austin Yu/Daily Bruin senior staff)
By and

Event planners raced past Chuck Goolley as he stood at the base of a 30-foot wood tower, patiently waiting for them to set the wood palettes ablaze.

Men’s basketball suffers lopsided loss to Jayhawks in semifinal game

Coach Steve Alford and the UCLA men's basketball team fell to No. 5 Kansas in the Maui Jim Maui Invitational semifinals. The Bruins will play for third place Wednesday. (Aubrey Yeo/Daily Bruin senior staff)

The UCLA men’s basketball game Tuesday night was eerily similar to two harrowing losses from last year: the 39-point loss to Kentucky and the 32-point loss to Utah.

A Wee Adventure: The Loch Ness

Submission: Bruin columnist, SJP used selectively leaked information to accuse GSA

The Quad

In defense of Thanksgiving

Has Thanksgiving really come to this? (Creative Commons photo by Powhusku via Flickr)

Driving in Westwood one cold autumn evening, I notice that the trees on Gayley and Westwood are brightly lit with holiday-themed lights, while students bustle in and out of the Starbucks with red cups.

Olive Tree Initiative sanctions Armenian genocide denial

Welcome to Press Pass



Austin Yu

Beat ‘SC bonfire and rally 2015

(Victoria Chang|Daily Bruin)

iPLEX revolves around collaboration in planetary, space science

Featured Classifieds

  • $1,400 Westside Houseshare Furnished Large private Bedroom/Bath/Utilities/WiFi/DISH/home gym/gourmet kitchen. Housekeeper Private Gardens/Parking 310.876.4118 • Room for Rent

    BEVERLY HILLS ADJ. $1525+ 1BDRM. 2bdrms $1845+, 3bdrms $2695+. Some w/hardwood floors. 1/2-block to shops, blue - busline. No pets. 310-839-6294. • Apartments to Share

    Seeking part-time assistant to work 12-16 hours per week in a Psychology office in Beverly Hills. Tasks include managing files, billing, ordering supplies,and assisting new patients. Pay is $15/hr. Contact 805 208-8429 to apply. • Help Wanted

    PREMIER TUTORING HIRING ALL TUTORS! *Locations are Beverly Hills-Los Angeles county. *Must have transportation. *$20-$50+per hour(DOE). • Help Wanted

    Boutique bicoastal tutoring agency is SEEKING TUTORS for students in grades 6-12 in ALL SUBJECTS AND SATs! Email Rachel@Creative-Academics.Com • Tutoring Wanted

    Book your Holiday party today at Wolfgang Puck Express in Ackerman Union. Great food, wonderful service and holiday cheer! Take out event platters also available. POs and LVOs accepted. • Campus Happenings

    More classifieds »

give a man a fish

More features

Radio reporter Jonaki Mehta, photographer Sonja Bartlett and an external translator, Ravindranath Chandran, spent nine days in Vadamanappakkam covering the progress and effectiveness of Project RISHI’s initiatives and exploring the complexities of this rural village and its residents. This project was made possible by the Bridget O’Brien Scholarship Foundation, which has funded UCLA’s student journalists for eight years to cover stories of a global reach and local impact.

View the stories, videos, and graphics  »

Opinion Poll

Chancellor Gene Block sent an email to the UCLA community last Friday expressing concern about campus climate and responding to a list of demands from the Afrikan Student Union following a "Kanye Western"-themed raid and subsequent protest last month. Some student leaders expressed disappointment in the administration for not addressing some of the demands, such as creating a UCLA Afro-house and establishing a $30 million endowment. How do you feel about this issue? Submit View results without voting »