Saturday, March 24

Senior guard Jordin Canada scored 22 points and dished out eight assists in UCLA women’s basketball’s Sweet 16 victory over Texas on Friday night. The Bruins will play for a shot at the Final Four on Sunday against Mississippi State. (Axel Lopez/Daily Bruin)

Senior guard Jordin Canada scored 22 points and dished out eight assists in UCLA women’s basketball’s Sweet 16 victory over Texas on Friday night. The Bruins will play for a shot at the Final Four on Sunday against Mississippi State. (Axel Lopez/Daily Bruin)

UCLA advances to Elite Eight with 84-75 win over Texas


This post was updated March 24 at 12:46 a.m. KANSAS CITY, Mo. – The Bruins’ senior class accomplished something the program has not been able to do since 1999.

Quarterback Josh Rosen threw at UCLA's Pro Day for NFL scouts and staff Thursday afternoon. He took part in the offensive workout, throwing close to 50 passes to his former Bruin teammates. (Keila Mayberry/Daily Bruin staff)

Josh Rosen, other NFL draft prospects participate in UCLA Pro Day


All eyes were on quarterback Josh Rosen on Thursday afternoon. UCLA football hosted its 2018 Pro Day at Spaulding Field. All of the players from last season’s roster who declared for the NFL draft participated, including Rosen, offensive lineman Kolton Miller, wide receiver Jordan Lasley and linebacker Kenny Young.

California Supreme Court rules alumna can sue UCLA for 2009 stabbing

The California Supreme Court overturned an appeals court decision to reject a case between UCLA alumna Catherine Rosen and the University of California Board of Regents. Rosen sued the UC for negligence after she was stabbed by another student while in a chemistry lab in 2009. (Daily Bruin file photo)

The California Supreme Court ruled Thursday in favor of letting a UCLA alumna who was stabbed by a fellow student in 2009 move forward with a lawsuit against the university.

Neighborhood empowerment department approves vote for new Village council

Michael Skiles, an organizer for Westwood Forward, said students and some Westwood community members want to create a new neighborhood council that better represents their interests. The Department of Neighborhood Empowerment will host an election May 22 to decide whether the current Westwood Neighborhood Council should be split apart. (Jacob Preal/Daily Bruin senior staff)

City officials have approved an election for students and Westwood community members to create a new neighborhood council. Westwood Forward, a coalition of students and Westwood community members, submitted an application to subdivide the Westwood Neighborhood Council in December because they felt the current council did not adequately represent students or address their concerns.

Submission: Despite lack of inclusion, Jewish students still must establish their voices

UCLA rowing secures two victories against Oregon State at home

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Throwback Thursday: Locals pour wine in Westwood streets, protest French aversion to Iraq War

(Daily Bruin archives)

If you’ve ever felt stupid, look on the bright side: At least you haven’t poured wine onto roads over the French not supporting the Iraq War.

Projected WNBA top pick talks modeling, future plans

Video: International student-athletes vol. 2: Pauline Tratz




Gallery: Women’s basketball outshines Texas, qualifies for Elite Eight


Gallery: Women’s basketball defeats Creighton, advances to Sweet 16

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Theater review: ‘Swan Lake’

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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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