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The Undergraduate Students Association Council Judicial Board conducted a hearing for a petition by the Election Board Chair Jack Price against USAC on Thursday. (Nathan Smith/Daily Bruin senior staff)

The Undergraduate Students Association Council Judicial Board conducted a hearing for a petition by the Election Board Chair Jack Price against USAC on Thursday. (Nathan Smith/Daily Bruin senior staff)

USAC Election Board chair claims the council acted unconstitutionally

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The Election Board Chair claimed the undergraduate student government has violated its constitution by ordering the judicial board during its Tuesday meeting to accept a petition against the election board.



Senior heptathlete Kendall Gustafson has been linked to UCLA track and field for much longer than the two years she's been a Bruin. Her grandfather was good friends with UCLA legend Rafer Johnson. (Hannah Burnett/Assistant Photo editor)

Track and field’s Kendall Gustafson continues family legacy despite challenges

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“Bruin Born.” To many, these words are simply a slogan of school spirit. For senior heptathlete Kendall Gustafson, they evoke a more literal meaning. Born and raised in Los Angeles, Gustafson’s parents both attended UCLA in the 1980s.


Linguistics presenters shed light on experiences, hopes of deaf communities

Benjamin Lewis, a UCLA lecturer, and Natasha Abner, a visiting professor, discussed the intricacies of the deaf community and the importance of sign languages. (Liz Ketcham/Daily Bruin)
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A UCLA lecturer signed he believes being deaf is something to take pride in and nothing to be ashamed of. “Oftentimes we meet people who take pity on us,” signed Benjamin Lewis, a lecturer in the department of linguistics.


Medina’s defense attorney refutes first-degree murder charge

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A defense attorney representing Alberto Medina, who allegedly murdered Andrea “Andy” DelVesco in 2015, said he had killed her. Debra Werbel, the attorney representing Medina, a former Fresno State University student accused of murdering DelVesco, a UCLA student, said while the defense concedes Medina did kill DelVesco, the murder was not premeditated and the charge of murder in the first degree is too severe.


Softball wins game one against Arizona in NCAA Super Regional opener


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The Quad: A millennial’s take on the impracticality of social media abstinence

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During the past few weeks, Mark Zuckerberg, among other tech moguls, has been under intense scrutiny from Congress for the role social media played during the 2016 presidential election.

The Quad: A beginner’s guide to Ramadan, Islam’s holy month of fasting

The Quad: Different styles of ramen and where to find them in Los Angeles

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