Tuesday, March 28

Voting takes five minutes, but in the United States, it's preceded by an incredibly lengthy campaigning period. (Creative commons photo by the State of Maryland on Flickr)

Why the US election cycle seems to never end

Our neighbors to the north just wrapped up a major general election Monday, which featured the longest campaign cycle in Canadian history. How long, you ask? Read more...

Photo: Voting takes five minutes, but in the United States, it's preceded by an incredibly lengthy campaigning period. (Creative commons photo by the State of Maryland on Flickr)

Voting takes five minutes, but in the United States, it's preceded by an incredibly lengthy campaigning period. (Creative commons photo by the State of Maryland on Flickr)

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Free money on Free & For Sale

Here’s a badly kept secret: the 23,000-plus member Free & For Sale Facebook group is the real center of UCLA’s campus community. Daily Bruin Video set out to find out just how seriously Bruins take the sometimes weird and outlandish things posted on the page by advertising a giveaway of dollar bills. Read more...

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A Daily Bruin Viewpoint columnist writes about parking issues in 1990. (Daily Bruin archives)

Throwback Thursday, Week 1: Parking Woes

This Thursday, we’re throwing it back to 25 years ago when Opinion – formerly known as Viewpoint – columnist Rebecca Stone listed parking options of varying inconvenience for her readers and explained UCLA’s complicated history with parking. Read more...

Photo: A Daily Bruin Viewpoint columnist writes about parking issues in 1990. (Daily Bruin archives)

A Daily Bruin Viewpoint columnist writes about parking issues in 1990. (Daily Bruin archives)


Today, UCLA's Dickson Court is flanked by what are collectively known as the Sunken Gardens, but this was not always so. (Owen Emerson/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Why are UCLA’s Sunken Gardens sunken?

UCLA is better known for its architecture than its greenery. This comes as little surprise. An urban campus like ours – spanning a mere 420 acres and hemmed in by a cemetery to the west and the very much alive civilization to the east – has to worry more about housing students, faculty and administrators than offering lush, open spaces. Read more...

Photo: Today, UCLA's Dickson Court is flanked by what are collectively known as the Sunken Gardens, but this was not always so. (Owen Emerson/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Today, UCLA's Dickson Court is flanked by what are collectively known as the Sunken Gardens, but this was not always so. (Owen Emerson/Daily Bruin senior staff)



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