Sunday, December 9

Bruins reign in Oklahoma

Bruins reign in Oklahoma By Randy Satterburg Daily Bruin Staff SEATTLE, Wash. — The top-seeded and top-ranked UCLA men’s basketball team advanced to the NCAA title game for the first time in 15 years Saturday when the Bruins defeated fourth-seeded Oklahoma State, 74-61. Read more...



Bluffs loss estimated to approach $7 million

Bluffs loss estimated to approach $7 million Chancellor to cap shortfall with discretionary funds By Alisa Ulferts Special to The Bruin Despite aggressive attempts to break even, UCLA expects to lose nearly $7 million on a housing development it built to attract top faculty to the campus, university officials acknowledged last week. Read more...


SAGE continues push for union recognition

SAGE continues push for union recognition SAGE addresses administration to avoid spring strike By Betty Song In order to avoid a spring quarter labor strike, members of the graduate student employee union continued efforts to meet with Chancellor Charles Young for the negotiation of union recognition. Read more...


UCLA alumnus champions right to free speech

UCLA alumnus champions right to free speech Pro-hemp shop owner challenges drug laws, ‘illegal’ words and the Constitutional right By Allyssa Lee As an undergraduate student at UCLA, Craig Rubin was not one to shy away from expressing his right to free speech. Read more...



Lawsuit alleges cover up

Lawsuit alleges cover up Former professor claims colleagues copied his work By Gil Hopenstand Daily Bruin Senior Staff A former UCLA radiology professor has filed a lawsuit accusing four people and the University of California Regents of academic plagiarism and of covering up its occurrence. Read more...