Wednesday, December 19

In the NFL, Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson and former Denver Broncos quarterback Tim Tebow have been subject to extensive media coverage due to their public statements relating to their Christian faith. (Creative Commons photos by Keith Allison and Jeffrey Beall via Flickr)

On the media frenzy surrounding faith and football

What do quarterbacks Russell Wilson and Tim Tebow have in common? Judging by their playing careers, probably not a lot – they might even seem like opposites if you think about it. Read more...

Photo: In the NFL, Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson and former Denver Broncos quarterback Tim Tebow have been subject to extensive media coverage due to their public statements relating to their Christian faith. (Creative Commons photos by Keith Allison and Jeffrey Beall via Flickr)

In the NFL, Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson and former Denver Broncos quarterback Tim Tebow have been subject to extensive media coverage due to their public statements relating to their Christian faith. (Creative Commons photos by Keith Allison and Jeffrey Beall via Flickr)

Pictured: coding languages?

Lost in Boelter: Understanding coding languages

The world of computers revolves around code. Everything that we do with a computer, from booting it up to browsing the internet, is facilitated by collections of computer code files that are packaged into single, functioning units known as software applications – software, for short. Read more...

Photo: Pictured: coding languages?

Pictured: coding languages?

Kendrick Lamar performed his songs "The Blacker the Berry" and "Alight" at the Grammy Awards show Monday night. (Kevin Winter/WireImage.com)

Second Take: Best and worst performances of the 58th annual Grammy Awards

When Grammy performances turn out to be unprecedented spectacles, they are more likely to be remembered. Among top moments of Grammy’s past are P!nk flying over the audience, twirling in giant ribbons hanging from the ceiling as she sang “Glitter in the Air” in 2010 and Kanye West marching on stage dressed as a bandleader to perform “Gold Digger” in 2006. Read more...

Photo: Kendrick Lamar performed his songs "The Blacker the Berry" and "Alight" at the Grammy Awards show Monday night. (Kevin Winter/WireImage.com)

Kendrick Lamar performed his songs "The Blacker the Berry" and "Alight" at the Grammy Awards show Monday night. (Kevin Winter/WireImage.com)


Campaign merchandise, once largely limited to adhesive decals, pins and buttons, has since expanded into a bevy of goods. (Creative Commons photo by Ron Cogswell via Flickr)

Millennial’s guide to 2016 presidential election merchandise

Ah, presidential primary season. We meet again, you crazy, extravagant fool. Last week, the Iowa caucuses kicked off a months-long period where Democratic and Republican presidential candidates will duke it out for the presidential nomination from their respective parties. Read more...

Photo: Campaign merchandise, once largely limited to adhesive decals, pins and buttons, has since expanded into a bevy of goods. (Creative Commons photo by Ron Cogswell via Flickr)

Campaign merchandise, once largely limited to adhesive decals, pins and buttons, has since expanded into a bevy of goods. (Creative Commons photo by Ron Cogswell via Flickr)

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)

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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)


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