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UCLA a cappella group members tune in on auditions, alumni networks

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This past week UCLA’s a cappella groups have been actively recruiting new members. During this annual ritual, hundreds of Bruins from every walk of life give their very best try to join the right group.

No Offense, But: Foreign trade

Welcome to “No Offense, But,” the Daily Bruin’s Opinion podcast. On Monday, the United States reached an agreement with 11 other countries to approve the Trans-Pacific Partnership. More »

Long Story Short – Oct. 5, 2015

Austin Ma and Kelly Yeo host fall quarter’s second episode of Long Story Short. First, students on Bruin Walk share some tips and tricks that make life at UCLA much easier, and hosts Kelly Yeo and Austin Ma discuss some interesting tips and tricks for freshmen. More »

Out of Bounds – UCLA football’s loss to Arizona State

Tonight, Bruin Sports senior staffers Claire Fahy and Aubrey Yeo will break down the factors that led to UCLA’s upset loss against Arizona State. It’s the second straight year that the Bruin football team has lost during week one of fall quarter, and the two will discuss whether that played a role in UCLA’s sluggish performance. More »

Pie lovers congregate at Good Food Pie Contest

Hundreds of foodies scraped sugar-soaked pie crumbs from paper plates Wilson Plaza Sunday for the seventh annual Good Food Pie Contest. Angelenos congregated on the lawn, where a labyrinth of tables displayed freshly baked pies, ranging from sweetie pie vegan apple to lemon custard pie with ginger snap crust. More »

No Offense, But: Greek life

Welcome to the debut episode of “No Offense, But,” the Daily Bruin’s Opinion podcast. Radio Director Chris Campbell is joined by Opinion columnists Aram Ghoogasian and Casey Kovarik to discuss how to best address sexual assault in Greek institutions. More »

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