Monday, May 20

(Iris Lee and Bryan Firks/Daily Bruin)

Christian’s cannabis

“When I explain it to people, I tell them I’m not just a former druggie who needs to do this. It’s a modern approach to a very large market,” says second-year molecular, cell and developmental biology student Christian Kramme. Read more...

Photo: (Iris Lee and Bryan Firks/Daily Bruin)

(Iris Lee and Bryan Firks/Daily Bruin)


(Bryan Firks/Daily Bruin)

Songs and Stories: Tom Shay

“I’ve never really played many shows,” says third-year international development studies student Isaiah Murtagh. Murtaugh and his roommate, third-year geography and environmental studies student Andre Arifin, will perform at Saturday night’s Spring Sing 2016, having met through mutual friends. Read more...

Photo: (Bryan Firks/Daily Bruin)

(Bryan Firks/Daily Bruin)

(Krystal Lau/Daily Bruin)

Downtown book fest draws artists of all kinds

On Saturday, May 7, magazine editors, animators and librarians among others gathered in Grand Park to celebrate independent publishing and writing. The festival featured pop-up bookstores, typewriters free for use and talks by local authors. Read more...

Photo: (Krystal Lau/Daily Bruin)

(Krystal Lau/Daily Bruin)

The Social Justice Referendum passed with 54.8 percent of the vote. (Owen Emerson/Assistant Photo Editor)

USAC election 2016 highlights

Daily Bruin Video captures reactions to the results of the 2016 USAC elections in one of UCLA’s highest years of voter turnout. Read more...

Photo: The Social Justice Referendum passed with 54.8 percent of the vote. (Owen Emerson/Assistant Photo Editor)

The Social Justice Referendum passed with 54.8 percent of the vote. (Owen Emerson/Assistant Photo Editor)

(Justine Sto. Tomas/Daily Bruin senior staff)

App Development 101

App Development 101 is a three-part series that tells the stories of UCLA student app developers (Matthew Lin, Tyler Lee, David Miller and Jason Spielman) and what inspires them in their experiences within the world of app development. Read more...

Photo: (Justine Sto. Tomas/Daily Bruin senior staff)

(Justine Sto. Tomas/Daily Bruin senior staff)

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UCLA professor on life as Cuban refugee, mock trial coach, Star War enthusiast

The coach of UCLA’s Mock Trial team is much more than a lawyer, businessman and graduate professor. He is a Cuban refugee, has gone to over 1,000 professional baseball games, owns a Han Solo refrigerator and drives a black Tesla with the license plate “Death Star.” Daily Bruin Video talked to professor Gonzalo Freixes about his background, role in mock trial and his love for all things Star Wars. Read more...

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