Wednesday, August 21


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Get A College Life

“Family Ties” actress Justine Bateman became a UCLA Bruin four years ago. Get her insight on what it’s like to “get a college life,” as her blog puts it, once you’ve passed the traditional college age, and why she loved it. Read more...

Photo: (Sandra Carbonell-Kiamtia and Justine Sto.Tomas/Daily Bruin)

(Sandra Carbonell-Kiamtia and Justine Sto.Tomas/Daily Bruin)


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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)

(Nico Correia, Ruth Murai, Emily Perkins Rock, Matt Fernandez/Daily Bruin)

Professors read mean reviews

Countless reviews find their way on the Internet as students — passioned or indifferent — post their own thoughts on classes and teachers around the campus. Read more...

Photo: (Nico Correia, Ruth Murai, Emily Perkins Rock, Matt Fernandez/Daily Bruin)

(Nico Correia, Ruth Murai, Emily Perkins Rock, Matt Fernandez/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)

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Sounds of Schoenberg: Instruments of gamelan

Otto Stuparitz, a graduate ethnomusicology student studying Indonesian music, demonstrates the calming sounds of a variety of gamelan instruments. From the low pound of the Indonesian gong to the high-frequency melodies of the gamelan saron, Stuparitz displays an array of percussive elements. Read more...

Photo: (Justine Sto. Tomas/Daily Bruin)

(Justine Sto. Tomas/Daily Bruin)


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