Thursday, May 24

WNBA player Swin Cash speaking in London. (Creative Commons photo by U.S. Embassy London via Flickr)

Women deserve respect both in game and on the sidelines

The Panther and Bronco offenses weren’t the only appalling thing that happened during Super Bowl Sunday. Three-time WNBA champion and two-time Olympic gold medalist Swin Cash, empathizing with Cam Newton’s less-than-stellar press conference after his Super Bowl loss, stated that the NFL MVP would learn to compose himself with more seasons and experience under his belt. Read more...

Photo: WNBA player Swin Cash speaking in London. (Creative Commons photo by U.S. Embassy London via Flickr)

WNBA player Swin Cash speaking in London. (Creative Commons photo by U.S. Embassy London via Flickr)

(Daily Bruin file photo)

Tips and tricks for optimizing the UCLA biking experience

Cycling in Westwood has always been a bit of an uphill battle. And I’m not just talking about the elevation changes around the UCLA campus. Students here, by and large, are just resistant to hopping on the saddle (not a seat) to zip around campus, even if they can shave a significant chunk of time off the commute. Read more...

Photo: (Daily Bruin file photo)

(Daily Bruin file photo)

UCLA alumnus Frank Spotnitz is a former "X-Files" writer and producer and now works as the chief executive of the production company, Big Light Productions. (Courtesy of Liane Hentscher)

Press Pass: Alumnus Frank Spotnitz discusses ‘X-Files’ reboot, writing career

Press Pass is rolling out the Daily Bruin Alumni Q&A series, where we connect with past staffers in the paper and see where the Daily Bruin has taken them in their respective careers. Read more...

Photo: UCLA alumnus Frank Spotnitz is a former "X-Files" writer and producer and now works as the chief executive of the production company, Big Light Productions. (Courtesy of Liane Hentscher)

UCLA alumnus Frank Spotnitz is a former "X-Files" writer and producer and now works as the chief executive of the production company, Big Light Productions. (Courtesy of Liane Hentscher)

Coding isn't effortless, but it isn't nearly as complicated as one might think. (Creative Commons photo by hackNY via Flickr)

Lost in Boelter: Demystifying computer science

Editor’s note: Opinion columnist Keshav Tadimeti has a few words to say about computer science at UCLA. This is the first in a weekly blog series explaining the ins and outs of what’s taught in Boelter Hall. Read more...

Photo: Coding isn't effortless, but it isn't nearly as complicated as one might think. (Creative Commons photo by hackNY via Flickr)

Coding isn't effortless, but it isn't nearly as complicated as one might think. (Creative Commons photo by hackNY via Flickr)

Presidential candidate and Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders speaking at Drake University in Iowa in 2015. (Creative Commons photo by John Pemble via Flickr)

Which opposing presidential candidate would you vote for?

Millions of Americans will gather around their televisions Sunday night to watch what is arguably the greatest spectacle of American culture – the Super Bowl. However, Monday night, I was glued to the TV watching a spectacle that I consider to be better than any game or reality television show – the Iowa caucuses. Read more...

Photo: Presidential candidate and Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders speaking at Drake University in Iowa in 2015. (Creative Commons photo by John Pemble via Flickr)

Presidential candidate and Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders speaking at Drake University in Iowa in 2015. (Creative Commons photo by John Pemble via Flickr)


Mardi Gras was once a popular campus event before students gradually lost interest. (Daily Bruin archives)

Throwback Thursday, Week 5: The decline of campus festivals

Though you’re more likely to associate Mardi Gras with beads and booze than the Lenten tradition, UCLA’s history of celebrating the occasion involved neither. For decades, Bruins organized an annual Mardi Gras event to raise money for UniCamp, a summer camp for underprivileged kids, and the Recreational Association. Read more...

Photo: Mardi Gras was once a popular campus event before students gradually lost interest. (Daily Bruin archives)

Mardi Gras was once a popular campus event before students gradually lost interest. (Daily Bruin archives)


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