Monday, April 22

In Valorie Kondos Field’s final meet as the UCLA gymnastics coach, the Bruins finished in third place at the NCAA championship. (Liz Ketcham/Assistant Photo editor)

In Valorie Kondos Field’s final meet as the UCLA gymnastics coach, the Bruins finished in third place at the NCAA championship. (Liz Ketcham/Assistant Photo editor)

Gymnastics finishes season in third place at NCAA championships behind Oklahoma, LSU

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This post was updated April 20 at 7:18 p.m. FORT WORTH, Texas — Valorie Kondos Field couldn’t hold back tears. In the final meet of the coach’s career, No.



Sara Burdorff, a UCLA alumna and early medieval literature affiliate for the Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies Roundtable, will discuss her latest project Monday. Burdorff will discuss women's roles in Old English poetry and medieval society, suggesting they should not be viewed as victims of objectification. (Niveda Tennety/Daily Bruin)

Roundtable talk to examine roles of women in medieval society, rediscover gold

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Objects are more privileged than subjects, Sara Burdorff suggests in UCLA’s next Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies Roundtable. Typically, men in Anglo-Saxon literature are viewed as the subjects – nonmarginalized, active players.


USAC Judicial Board votes to keep recent changes to election calendar

An Undergraduate Students Association Council Judicial Board ruling saved three candidates from disqualification from the USAC election after the council retroactively changed a paperwork deadline to accommodate problems within the election board. (Niveda Tennety/Daily Bruin)
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Student government candidates will not be disqualified for late paperwork under a Friday judicial board ruling. Navkaran Gurm, a first-year public affairs and economics student alleged the Undergraduate Students Association Council Election Board and council itself violated article 13.1.3 of the election code, which states all changes to the election calendar must be proposed by week seven winter quarter.


Report finds out-of-state student recruitment racially, socioeconomically biased

A recent study from UCLA and the University of Arizona found decreased state funding has led universities to focus recruitment efforts on out-of-state students, particularly in wealthy and white communities. (Daily Bruin file photo)
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Public research universities focus more of their recruitment efforts on out-of-state students, according to a report from UCLA and the University of Arizona. The study, which was published in March, investigated the recruitment strategies of 15 public research universities nationwide and found decreased state funding has caused universities to focus recruitment efforts on out-of-state students, particularly in wealthy and white communities, in order to increase revenue from out-of-state tuition.


Editorial: UC’s indecision on raising nonresident financial aid creates unclear future


Brush fire near Getty museum contained by LAFD, under arson investigation


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The Quad: Consider clean cosmetics to cut out possible carcinogens in your everyday life

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Formaldehyde is a key ingredient in embalming dead bodies. But the chemical’s uses don’t end there. Formaldehyde can be released by substances found in a number of cosmetics, including hair and skin care products.

Week three: Admissions scandal further fraught, USAC candidate pool depleted, gymnasts enter NCAAs

Throwback Thursday: UCLA’s dire parking setup has been a problem for 30 years

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Ryan Hilliard, a graduate student in history at UCLA, (left) spoke at a conference hosted by the American Association of University Women at UCLA on campus Friday. (Elise Tsai/Daily Bruin)

Conference provides space for women to network, discuss workplace issues

Ryan Hilliard grew up reading "Dear America," a series of novels written from the perspectives of young girls in different moments of history. However, throughout... Read more »


Two UCLA buildings potentially exposed to measles, one student infected


New UCLA esophageal diseases center to be named after Robert Kardashian


USAC recap: April 16


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The current contract for the Los Alamos National Laboratory expires in September 2018, and the UC, which has been involved in the management of the lab since its inception in varying capacities, submitted a bid last year to manage the lab.

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The 2019 Undergraduate Students Association Council elections are upon us, but only 17 candidates are running for the 14-person council. At least three positions have no candidates and only four positions are contested this year. Some ascribe this situation to mismanagement by this year’s election board, while others to disinterest in the council. What do you think about this? Submit View results without voting »