Sunday, September 22

Sophomore quarterback Dorian Thompson-Robinson threw five touchdown passes and finished with a career-high 507 yards on 25-of-38 passing. Thompson-Robinson – who also added his first two collegiate rushing touchdowns – helped UCLA football overcome a 32-point deficit en route to its first win of the season. (Tanmay Shankar/Assistant Photo editor)

Sophomore quarterback Dorian Thompson-Robinson threw five touchdown passes and finished with a career-high 507 yards on 25-of-38 passing. Thompson-Robinson – who also added his first two collegiate rushing touchdowns – helped UCLA football overcome a 32-point deficit en route to its first win of the season. (Tanmay Shankar/Assistant Photo editor)

UCLA football clinches first win in 32-point comeback over Washington State

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This post was updated Sept. 22 at 2:48 a.m. PULLMAN, Wash. –– Demetric Felton made his mark in the first half with a 100-yard kickoff return for a touchdown.



"Coach: An Evening with John Wooden" will tell the story of John Wooden off the courts. The production will center around the love shared between Wooden and his wife, Nell Wooden. John Wooden will be portrayed by former basketball player and actor, Beau Bridges. (Daily Bruin file photo)

Former UCLA basketball player Beau Bridges to star in play about John Wooden

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Our sports den is Pauley Pavilion, but “Coach: An Evening with John Wooden” will take audiences into John Wooden’s personal den at home. Many Bruins only know Wooden as UCLA’s most-esteemed basketball coach from 1948 to 1975.


Structure fire on Gayley Avenue extinguished with no injuries reported

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A fire broke out in an office building across the street from Rocco’s Tavern in Westwood early Friday morning. Firefighters responded to an attic fire at 1015 Gayley Avenue and extinguished it in 37 minutes by accessing the roofline of the building, according to a 7:27 a.m.


UCLA Transportation agreement with e-scooter companies to impose new restrictions

UCLA Transportation and e-scooter companies began a one-year pilot program to restrict e-scooter use on campus and possibly offer discounts for students. (Daily Bruin file photo)
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A one-year agreement between UCLA and electric scooter companies will impose new restrictions on where students can use e-scooters and may also provide discounts for students using the devices.


University needs to improve communication to make construction process smoother


Three UCLA student lifeguards given American Red Cross Lifesaving Award


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The Quad: What does maintaining a relationship over the summer mean in the Digital Age?

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Summer means something different for everyone: some Bruins continue hitting the books on campus, and others galavant across the globe. For many Bruins summer means saying goodbye to people who used to live down the hall from.

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Gallery: UCLA football upsets No. 19 Washington State for first win of season


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Gallery: Protesters gather in Downtown LA to participate in global youth climate strike


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 Opinion

Many students at UCLA are registered to vote, but fail to do so. UCLA could improve student civic engagement by educating the student body on the political process. (Liz Ketcham/Photo editor) Photo credit: Liz Ketcham

Registering isn’t enough, UCLA should teach students how to be informed voters

With presidential campaigns in full swing, Bernie stickers and MAGA hats paint the picture of a politically engaged youth. But elections still beg the question... Read more »


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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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