Sunday, February 26

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(Daily Bruin archives)
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"The New Pacific" featured bombastic language and a glaring amount of Ivy League collegiate influence. (Daily Bruin archives)

Throwback Thursday: Perusing Daily Bruin’s 1957 magazine ‘The New Pacific’

When you’re stressed about work, school or the impending abyss that is the post-graduation “real world,” some light-hearted literature helps take the edge off. Between Buzzfeed quizzes, lifestyle sites and the vast array of random but entertaining websites, there’s no shortage of ways for today’s students to unwind for an hour or two. Read more...

"The New Pacific" featured bombastic language and a glaring amount of Ivy League collegiate influence. (Daily Bruin archives)

Discussion sections, now the norm for most lecture-style classes at UCLA, were once a mere novelty. (Daily Bruin archives)
Discussion sections, now the norm for most lecture-style classes at UCLA, were once a mere novelty. (Daily Bruin archives)

(Daily Bruin archives)
(Daily Bruin archives)

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