Friday, September 21

Lucas Macias, an open-air preacher, spoke about the gospel in Long Beach at the Toyota Grand Prix. He said he started coming to UCLA to preach at the end of last year. (Owen Emerson/Daily Bruin)

Preachers on Bruin Walk take different approaches in spreading gospel

The fight on Bruin Walk is against no less than eternal damnation. This is how the many loosely connected contingents of preachers who make the journey to the UCLA campus say they feel when they come out to preach. Read more...

Photo: Lucas Macias, an open-air preacher, spoke about the gospel in Long Beach at the Toyota Grand Prix. He said he started coming to UCLA to preach at the end of last year. (Owen Emerson/Daily Bruin)

Lucas Macias, an open-air preacher, spoke about the gospel in Long Beach at the Toyota Grand Prix. He said he started coming to UCLA to preach at the end of last year. (Owen Emerson/Daily Bruin)


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Reel Life: Melissa Nobile

Melissa Nobile is fourth-year psychology student from Switzerland. As a teenager, Nobile moved to South Africa where she took care of and raised a monkey for several years. Read more...

Photo: (Marlene Estrada/Daily Bruin)

(Marlene Estrada/Daily Bruin)

(Nico Correia/Daily Bruin)

Fluffy Friends for Finals

In a room filled with cuddly pals with wagging tails, students attended UCLA Residential Life’s Fluffy Friends For Finals to de-stress and relax before finals week. Read more...

Photo: (Nico Correia/Daily Bruin)

(Nico Correia/Daily Bruin)


Neville Garrick and Helen Singleton, who helped paint "The Black Experience" mural in Ackerman Union more than 40 years ago, stand next to the mural during its official unveiling. (Brandon Choe/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Historic ‘The Black Experience’ mural uncovered at Ackerman

Helen Singleton and Neville Garrick stood proudly in front of the oldest piece of student art in Ackerman Union, a floor-to-ceiling mural that was – until recently – covered by a false wall. Read more...

Photo: Neville Garrick and Helen Singleton, who helped paint "The Black Experience" mural in Ackerman Union more than 40 years ago, stand next to the mural during its official unveiling. (Brandon Choe/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Neville Garrick and Helen Singleton, who helped paint "The Black Experience" mural in Ackerman Union more than 40 years ago, stand next to the mural during its official unveiling. (Brandon Choe/Daily Bruin senior staff)