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Sports

Dec. 4, 2021 9:59 p.m.
UCLA women’s volleyball advances in NCAA tournament after comeback victory

This post was updated Dec. 4 at 11:17 p.m.
The Bruins trailed by three points and were one set loss away from ending their season.
Then, the crowd stood up.

By David Deng

A Closer Look

Dec. 3, 2021 3:15 p.m.
UCLA alumni selected for 2021-2022 White House Fellows program

Two UCLA alumni were selected for yearlong appointments as 2021-2022 White House fellows.
The White House Fellows program was created in 1964 to bring professionals from various disciplines and careers to Washington to work alongside government officials to learn about federal leadership and policymaking.

By Chelsea Westman and Sarah Nelson

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Higher Education

Dec. 4, 2021 5:09 p.m.
UC Regents decide to end standardized testing for admissions

The SAT and ACT tests will not be replaced with another standardized test in the University of California admissions process. (Daily Bruin file photo)

The University of California Board of Regents ruled that the UC system will not use any standardized tests in the application process for the foreseeable future during its November meeting.

By Edmund Tuck

Men's Water Polo

Dec. 4, 2021 7:21 p.m.
UCLA men’s water polo ends NCAA tournament run with overtime loss to California

Down one goal with three seconds remaining, graduate student attacker Nicolas Saveljic lobbed the ball toward center pool with sophomore attacker Makoto Kenney lurking.
Kenney drilled a line drive into the right side of the goal to knot the contest at 12 and force overtime. 
Scoreless until that point, two-time MPSF Player of the Year and Golden Bear center Nikolaos Papanikolaou shoveled a shot in the first overtime period and tipped in another in the subsequent period to give California a multi-goal advantage. 
Senior attacker/utility Jake Cavano responded with a goal of his own, but the Golden Bears’ goal with 13 seconds to play all but ended the contest. 
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By Kyle Boal

MULTIMEDIA

Graphic: May-king history: Mac May’s road to 2,000 kills

UCLA Ashe Center COVID-19 Briefing – November

Gallery: Women’s volleyball loses first-place conference standing following loss to USC

Gallery: UCLA football defeats California to end regular season with win

Gallery: No. 1 Gonzaga trounces No. 2 UCLA men’s basketball in rematch of Final Four game

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