Monday, February 18

Freshman guard Jules Bernard notched career highs in points and minutes with 19 and 27, respectively, against Stanford on Saturday. The freshman missed just one shot from the field and one free throw in UCLA’s 24-point loss. (Joe Akita/Daily Bruin staff)

Freshman guard Jules Bernard notched career highs in points and minutes with 19 and 27, respectively, against Stanford on Saturday. The freshman missed just one shot from the field and one free throw in UCLA’s 24-point loss. (Joe Akita/Daily Bruin staff)

UCLA men’s basketball fails to cut down Cardinal lead in 104-80 romp by Stanford

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It’s safe to assume the Bruins would have liked that broken rim delay to last a little longer. UCLA men’s basketball (13-13, 6-7 Pac-12) entered the second half down just nine.



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Researchers develop more accurate method of determining age of death

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UCLA researchers have developed a new tool to predict when someone will die, but don’t start planning your funeral yet. In a study published last month in the journal Aging, researchers in the lab of Steve Horvath, a professor of human genetics and biostatistics, developed a new method of predicting the population lifespans that is 14 percent more accurate than previous methods.


Westwood Neighborhood Council opposes The Agora plans amid building controversy

The Agora is a proposed 16-story housing project on Hilgard Avenue. The Westwood Neighborhood Council voted to maintain its opposition to the project Feb. 13. (Courtesy of Aaron Green)
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The Westwood Neighborhood Council voted to maintain its opposition to a high-rise housing project in Westwood. The WWNC reviewed its initial vote in January to oppose The Agora, a 16-story housing project on Hilgard Avenue, on Wednesday.


BruinX provides programs for promoting diversity and equity on campus

Devon Carbado is the associate vice chancellor of BruinX. He said he came up with the idea to hold mock-graduate classes at an event called "BruiNext: Pathways and Possibilities" last year. (Courtesy of UCLA Newsroom)
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A unit within the Office of Equity, Diversity and Inclusion aims to increase its engagement with undergraduate students through mock graduate-level classes. Devon Carbado, associate vice chancellor of BruinX, said he came up with the idea to hold mock graduate classes at an event called “BruiNext: Pathways and Possibilities” last year.


Op-ed: USAC has responsibility to make student government more accessible UCLA community


Professors deconstruct love, intimacy through psychological and biological lenses


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The Quad: A forgotten massacre in the heart of LA echoes through history in extant prejudices

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We rightfully want to learn from history’s mistakes, but navigating the uglier results of history can often be both difficult and muddled. However, interaction with history doesn’t have to be stagnant: in Hidden Histories, Daily Bruin staffer Alexandra Ferguson will reflect on various aspects of Los Angeles’ history.

Week six: Breathalyzers for frats, facility for athletes, Kevin De León for Luskin

The Quad: Self-discovery as important as a relationship on Valentine’s Day

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Gallery: UCLA gymnastics bounds past Arizona with highest score of season


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Gallery: Panic! at the Disco performs at Honda Center


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The Agora, a proposed private 16-story apartment complex, filed plans with the city to set up shop in Westwood and offer amenities such as a farmed vegetable garden, a teaching kitchen and a meditation garden. Most of the complex’s beds would be rented out at $1,000 to $1,200 per month, which can fall out of the range of what students find affordable. What do you think about this? Submit View results without voting »