Saturday, February 16


Wilson Plaza, flanked by the Student Activities Center and Kaufman hall while leading into Janss Steps, bears resemblance to the traditional campus quadrangle. (Arthur Wang/Daily Bruin senior staff)

The Quad explained – does UCLA even have one?

A lot has been said about UCLA campus buildings. Very little has been said about the spaces that separate one from another. It should be rather obvious as to why this is the case. Read more...

Photo: Wilson Plaza, flanked by the Student Activities Center and Kaufman hall while leading into Janss Steps, bears resemblance to the traditional campus quadrangle. (Arthur Wang/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Wilson Plaza, flanked by the Student Activities Center and Kaufman hall while leading into Janss Steps, bears resemblance to the traditional campus quadrangle. (Arthur Wang/Daily Bruin senior staff)

A German "Counter-Strike" competition in 2011. (Creative Commons photo by Peshay159 via Wikipedia)

eSports at UCLA: ‘Counter-Strike’

“Counter-Strike” won the hearts of a generation when the first-person shooter game series released its first game 16 years ago. Over a decade later, people are still playing that game. Read more...

Photo: A German "Counter-Strike" competition in 2011. (Creative Commons photo by Peshay159 via Wikipedia)

A German "Counter-Strike" competition in 2011. (Creative Commons photo by Peshay159 via Wikipedia)

(Joey Thimian/Daily Bruin)

UCLA’s best bathrooms for any situation

Sometimes nature likes to call at the most inconvenient times. Most people loathe picking up that call when they’re not in their comfort zone. Doing your business outside the home is often times quite undesirable. Read more...

Photo: (Joey Thimian/Daily Bruin)

(Joey Thimian/Daily Bruin)


Nootropic supplements, compounds belonging to the same family as caffeine, have shown some memory and cognitive-enhancing effects. Research is still limited and mostly unregulated by the Food and Drug Administration. (Creative Commons photo by DAEllis via Flickr)

Rethinking study drugs: nootropics, the cognitive-enhancing compounds

As we go into the final stretch of the quarter, many of us are dying for an extra boost as we start to study for finals. Read more...

Photo: Nootropic supplements, compounds belonging to the same family as caffeine, have shown some memory and cognitive-enhancing effects. Research is still limited and mostly unregulated by the Food and Drug Administration. (Creative Commons photo by DAEllis via Flickr)

Nootropic supplements, compounds belonging to the same family as caffeine, have shown some memory and cognitive-enhancing effects. Research is still limited and mostly unregulated by the Food and Drug Administration. (Creative Commons photo by DAEllis via Flickr)