Sunday, June 25

The John Wooden Center opened around 34 years ago. (Daily Bruin archives)

Throwback Thursday: The humble beginnings of the John Wooden Center

A watershed moment occurred 34 years ago at UCLA, at least for us gym junkies: the John Wooden Center officially opened to the public. On May 2, 1983, the Cultural and Recreational Affairs Department ran a full-page advertisement for the newly opened center with twelve general questions students might have about the Wooden Center. Read more...

Photo: The John Wooden Center opened around 34 years ago. (Daily Bruin archives)

The John Wooden Center opened around 34 years ago. (Daily Bruin archives)


The students of UCLA have some thoughts about their resident newspaper. (Michael Zshornack/ Assistant Photo editor)

The Quad: UCLA students share thoughts on the Daily Bruin’s presence on campus

The Daily Bruin is UCLA’s independent student newspaper. We aim to serve the student body as accurately and effectively as we can by providing the community with important news updates, including covering Undergraduate Students Association Council elections and last fall’s post-national election protests. Read more...

Photo: The students of UCLA have some thoughts about their resident newspaper. (Michael Zshornack/ Assistant Photo editor)

The students of UCLA have some thoughts about their resident newspaper. (Michael Zshornack/ Assistant Photo editor)


For the past two years, JazzReggae Festival organizers have tried to return to the roots of the original festival. (Daily Bruin file photo)

The Quad: JazzReggae Festival organizers discuss focus on community

This Memorial Day weekend, about 1,800 people will be making their way to Sunset Recreation Center to attend the 31st Annual JazzReggae Festival, and unlike a lot of other UCLA student-run events, more than 50 percent of these attendees will be coming from the greater Los Angeles community – a fact that the organizers of this event are exceedingly proud of. Read more...

Photo: For the past two years, JazzReggae Festival organizers have tried to return to the roots of the original festival. (Daily Bruin file photo)

For the past two years, JazzReggae Festival organizers have tried to return to the roots of the original festival. (Daily Bruin file photo)

(Courtesy of Andy Wong)

The Quad: A snapshot of how students, alumni take graduation photos

On any given morning or afternoon during spring quarter, just around 6 a.m. or 7 p.m., you’ll be able to find hordes of graduating students – all dressed to the nines and sporting royal blue and gold sashes – scurrying around campus taking graduation photos near iconic spots while everything is washed in golden light. Read more...

Photo: (Courtesy of Andy Wong)

(Courtesy of Andy Wong)



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