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Tanner’s Take: Finding valuable life lessons in a sports cliche -30-

This is my collegiate recap, something of a career-ending column to remember the past four years. So let’s take a look back. My first lesson in the Daily Bruin Sports section was to never use the tired phrase that coaches and players love to recycle: “We’re just taking things one game at a time.” It’s a boring cliche that tells the reader nothing. Read more...

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Generations of Daily Bruin editors in chief attended a UCLA event in San Francisco in mid-April. (Jacqueline Alvarez/Daily Bruin)
Generations of Daily Bruin editors in chief attended a UCLA event in San Francisco in mid-April. (Jacqueline Alvarez/Daily Bruin)

Junior guard Aaron Holiday scored a career-best 33 points Friday night to help UCLA men’s basketball win its Pac-12 opener against Washington State. (Axel Lopez/Daily Bruin)

Men’s basketball beats Washington State, Aaron Holiday scores career high

This post was updated Dec. 29 at 11:32 p.m. Aaron Holiday was four points away from setting his single-game point record – at halftime. The junior guard matched it with his 27th point midway through the second half before slowing down and totaling 33 to lead unranked UCLA men’s basketball (10-3, 1-0 Pac-12) to a 96-82 win over Washington State (8-5, 0-1) on Friday. Read more...

Junior guard Aaron Holiday scored a career-best 33 points Friday night to help UCLA men’s basketball win its Pac-12 opener against Washington State. (Axel Lopez/Daily Bruin)

Freshman guard LiAngelo Ball posted 11 points on 4-of-8 shooting in UCLA’s exhibition game Nov. 1. He and two of his teammates were arrested Tuesday on the team’s subsequent trip to China. (Aubrey Yeo/Daily Bruin senior staff)
Freshman guard LiAngelo Ball posted 11 points on 4-of-8 shooting in UCLA’s exhibition game Nov. 1. He and two of his teammates were arrested Tuesday on the team’s subsequent trip to China. (Aubrey Yeo/Daily Bruin senior staff)

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Album Review: ‘Rainbow’

Kesha returned in full force Friday with a playful country flair, showcasing a range of genres that is refreshingly folksy and genuine. “Rainbow,” Kesha’s third studio album and first in five years, comes amid the singer’s legal battle with Dr. Read more...

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Pablo Muñoz and Madeleine Pauker, assistant News editors at the Daily Bruin, attended the Society of Professional Journalists Mark of Excellence regional awards ceremony in San Diego. (Courtesy of Madeleine Pauker)
Pablo Muñoz and Madeleine Pauker, assistant News editors at the Daily Bruin, attended the Society of Professional Journalists Mark of Excellence regional awards ceremony in San Diego. (Courtesy of Madeleine Pauker)


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