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Former UCLA forward Jordan Adams logged a team-high 22 points and nine rebounds. Adams gave Sons of Westwood their first lead with two free throws in the third period. (Kristie-Valerie Hoang/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Former UCLA forward Jordan Adams logged a team-high 22 points and nine rebounds. Adams gave Sons of Westwood their first lead with two free throws in the third period. (Kristie-Valerie Hoang/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Sons of Westwood deliver come-from-behind victory, advance to TBT Super 16

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This post was updated July 16 at 5:30 p.m. Matt Barnes made his presence felt – even from the bench. The NBA veteran and former Bruin opted out of playing due to a calf injury, but knew that it was his duty to serve as a mentor to the younger guys rather than to be just a fan on the sidelines.



Theater alumni Davis J Anderson, Calvin Brady and Zoe Yale play Philip, Oliver and Sylvia, respectively, in "The Pride." The play will alternate between two time periods, the 1950s and the present day, considering how stigmas about sexuality impact relationships.
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‘The Pride’ production to kick off alumnus-led LGBTQ-focused theater company

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Sexuality and relationships are explored in alternating time periods – the 1950s and the present day – in “The Pride.” The play, premiering July 27 at the McCadden Place Theatre in Hollywood, is the first production by My Big Fat Queer Theatre Company.


UCLA Extension partnership creates educational program for underserved community

UCLA Extension and PUENTE Learning Center co-sponsored an adult education program in Boyle Heights. (Courtesy of Yuritzy Peraza)
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Some adults said they want to continue their education because they want to successfully showcase why their skills and experience are useful to potential employers. UCLA Extension, an institution affiliated with UCLA that offers career and educational programs, partnered with PUENTE Learning Center, an organization that offers educational programs to adults and children in Los Angeles’ Boyle Heights neighborhood, to launch Success Academy.


Researchers discover correlation between BPA exposure, reproductive dysfunction

UCLA researchers demonstrated that BPA, a chemical used in many plastics, caused fertility defects in worms that could still be observed five generations later. (Daniel Leibowitz/Daily Bruin staff)
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UCLA researchers discovered that exposure to some chemicals may cause reproductive defects in future generations of humans. In a study published in May, the researchers in the laboratory of Patrick Allard, an assistant professor in the UCLA Institute for Society and Genetics, demonstrated that bisphenol A, a chemical used to strengthen many plastics, caused fertility defects in worms that could still be observed five generations after the parent worms were exposed to BPA.


Editorial: BruinXperience app represents lazy, ineffective attempt to connect with students


Former UCLA basketball player found dead month after sex crime charges


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The Quad: How breakthroughs in body positivity overtook unrealistic standards

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I hadn’t taken a picture in more than one year. The idea of looking at myself was both horrific and depressing. I don’t know when it happened but looking at myself got hard and then impossible.

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Gallery: Sons of Westwood bounce back after first half deficit to defeat We are D3 90-65


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Proposition to split California could affect UC tuition, organization

A proposition to split California into three separate states could affect students in the University of California system. The initiative, also known as Proposition 9,... Read more »


USAC recap – July 11


UCLA-led center receives $9.75M grant for rechargeable battery research


Thousands of Angelenos experience power outages related to high temperatures


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Chris Busco: UCLA should vet landlords, provide resources for off-campus housing searches

UCLA, like any college, is a stressful place. Final exams, internship applications and club commitments ensure students are rigid with tension as their minds and... Read more »


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Editorial Cartoon: A summer in Westwood


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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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Commencement speakers across the University of California have decided to not speak at this year’s graduations to show solidarity to University employees who held wage strikes earlier this month. As of now, U.S. Senator for California Kamala Harris pulled out of UC Berkeley’s commencement, U.S. Congressman for California Ted Lieu pulled out of UCLA Law’s commencement and actor Mayim Bialik pulled out of UCLA’s commencement. What are your thoughts about this? Submit View results without voting »