Thursday, April 26

Ashley Fairbanks, a fourth-year communication student, and Clare Gavin, a first-year history student, are cadets in UCLA's Army ROTC. (Liz Ketcham/Daily Bruin)

Ashley Fairbanks, a fourth-year communication student, and Clare Gavin, a first-year history student, are cadets in UCLA's Army ROTC. (Liz Ketcham/Daily Bruin)

Members of ROTC reflect on growing integration of women in military

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Cheska Molina is known for being one of the fastest runners in UCLA’s ROTC battalion. Cheska Molina, a first-year human biology and society student, and her twin Charina Molina, who is also in the ROTC program at UCLA and a human biology and society student, were even part of the UCLA Ranger Challenge team, which comprises eight to 10 of the fittest cadets in UCLA’s 92-person Army ROTC battalion.



UCLA women's golf won its second straight Pac-12 title Tuesday afternoon after finishing 12 strokes ahead of second place. Freshman Patty Tavatanakit also took home the individual title after beating fellow Bruin junior Lilia Vu in a one-hole playoff. (Courtesy of Alika Jenner)

Women’s golf swings over USC to become Pac-12 champions

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The Bruins took the lead midway through round one and never looked back. No. 2 UCLA women’s golf used three rounds under-par to repeat as Pac-12 Tournament champions, beating No.


Employee union unable to reach contract agreements with UC

The American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees Local 3299 reached an impasse with the University of California over its contract negotiations, leading the University to set benefits for the rest of the fiscal year. (Daniel Miller/Daily Bruin)
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This post was updated April 25 at 2:53 p.m. The University of California’s largest employee union claimed Tuesday that the University is taking advantage of low-wage workers by increasing their retirement age and healthcare premiums for the rest of the fiscal year.


Broxton Avenue proposed to turn into pedestrian-only area for events

The Westwood Village Improvement Association plans to submit an application to convert the portion of Broxton Avenue south of the public parking garage into a pedestrian plaza. (Daily Bruin file photo)
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Westwood officials approved a plan Thursday to transform a portion of Broxton Avenue into a pedestrian-friendly plaza for community events. The Westwood Village Improvement Association Board of Directors approved a proposal to apply for the People St program, which allows the city to transform a road into a pedestrian space for community events.


Federal judge rules that U.S. must resume DACA applications


Men’s tennis aims to continue winning streak in upcoming Pac-12 match


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The Quad: Desert everyday outfits for whimsical, quirky Coachella fashion

Crochet tops and floral prints were popular at 2017's festival. (Miriam Bribiesca/ Daily Bruin senior staff)
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We’re transitioning from weekend one to weekend two of Coachella, so it’s hard to scroll through Instagram lately without seeing an influx of pictures from the ubiquitous music festival.

Press Pass: An inside look at a Daily Bruin alumni event with Matea Gold

The Quad: Tips for Weekend Two from veteran Coachella-goers

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The Daily Bruin sent four staffers up the West Coast to uncover the kingdom of cannabis at the farms near the California-Oregon border. They spoke to students, farmers and business managers about the effects that Proposition 64 has had since it passed in November of last year.

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