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Sophomore guard Kris Wilkes buried a game-winning 3-pointer with 0.9 seconds left in UCLA men’s basketball’s 65-62 victory over Notre Dame on Saturday night. Wilkes finished the night with 14 points and eight rebounds on 5-of-14 shooting. (MacKenzie Coffman/Assistant Photo editor)

Sophomore guard Kris Wilkes buried a game-winning 3-pointer with 0.9 seconds left in UCLA men’s basketball’s 65-62 victory over Notre Dame on Saturday night. Wilkes finished the night with 14 points and eight rebounds on 5-of-14 shooting. (MacKenzie Coffman/Assistant Photo editor)

Men’s basketball prevails over Notre Dame after last-second 3-point shot

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Despite battling calf cramps throughout the night, Kris Wilkes delivered. The sophomore guard’s game-winning 3-pointer with 0.9 seconds remaining lifted UCLA men’s basketball (7-2) to a 65-62 win over Notre Dame (6-3) on Saturday night at Pauley Pavilion.



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PRIME: Fighting for Home

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While the uncertainty surrounding the Obama-era program remains intact, DACA recipients at UCLA remain firm in their willingness to advocate for their own futures.


UCPath representatives respond to unresolved payroll complications at town hall

Student workers asked UCPath representatives about possible resolutions to payroll issues at the town hall Thursday. (Andy Bao/Daily Bruin)
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UCPath representatives spoke to UCLA student workers Thursday about how to resolve ongoing payroll issues after nearly an entire quarter of complaints about being paid incorrectly.


Pending program would give portion of parking revenue back to Westwood Village

Currently, all parking meter revenue generated by Westwood goes to the City of Los Angeles. If the program is approved, 15 percent of the revenue from parking meters will go back to the Westwood Village Improvement Association to improve the Village. (Amy Dixon/Photo editor)
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Westwood Village is in the final stages of gaining approval for a program that will allow the Village to receive part of the revenue generated from its parking meters.


Submission: Lawsuit against the UC is about advocating for data transparency


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The Quad: Retail therapy relieves stress, but may be taxing in the long term

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It’s officially finals week, which means more stress and unfortunately less money in my wallet as I attempt to shop all my worries away. Whenever the stress of studying for class, the disappointment of receiving a bad grade, or anxiety of balancing extracurriculars becomes unbearable, I never fail to crack open my laptop, browse the Sephora website, and walk away with at least $50 worth of makeup.

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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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