The UCLA Armenian Students’ Association hosted Yevnige Salibian, a survivor of the 1915 Armenian Genocide, Thursday night so she could share her story and reflect on the 100 years since the genocide. More »
Graduate film student Lucretia Stinnette has recently released a film called “Quyen,” a fictional story inspired by her time in South Korea working closely with “migrant wives,” more commonly known as “mail-order brides.” Listen to Stinnette share her experience making this film at dailybruin.com/radio or on the Daily Bruin Radio podcast channel on iTunes.
Aubrey and Matt begin the show with a discussion of UCLA football’s top running-back recruit of 2015 – SoSo Jamabo – who was arrested earlySunday morning after evading a police officer with a vehicle. More »
Josh Greenberg and Chirag Govardhan host spring quarter’s Undergraduate Students Association Council edition of Long Story Short. Third-year political science students Heather Rosen and Morris Sarafian, our USAC presidential candidates of this year’s election, join us on our show to speak of their platforms and goals for the year. More »
Hundreds of dancers crowded the floor of Pauley Pavilion at 11 a.m. Saturday to kick off the 14th Annual Dance Marathon, put on by the Pediatric AIDS Coalition to raise money to fight pediatric AIDS. More »
The first annual UCLA Hill’s Got Talent put on this past Friday by various councils in the residence halls showcased a variety of talents. From singing acts to magic acts, Bruins performed in the Northwest Campus Auditorium. More »
Join Radio Director Chris Campbell in a series of USAC podcasts designed as a beginner’s guide to student government happenings. This week, Chris Campbell sits down with Daily Bruin Opinion staffers Natalie Delgadillo and Aram Ghoogasian to discuss some controversial issues USAC has faced over the past year. More »