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Fall Quarter 2013 Recap

By Lexy Atmore, Tim Bradbury, Brandon Choe, Katie Meyers, Blaine Ohigashi, Felicia Ramirez, Sidhaant Shah

Jan. 6, 2014 5:06 p.m.

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(Blaine Ohigashi/Daily Bruin)

Third-year business economics student Tiffany Ma reviews beauty items sent by companies and sponsors and offers advice to viewers through her YouTube channel. Garnering almost 47,000 subscribers, Ma was recently featured in Seventeen magazine as a "College MVP" and works with them as an advice columnist.

(Felicia Ramirez/Daily Bruin)

Students walked from UCLA to Westwood as part of a protest calling for more racial diversity in higher education.

(Felicia Ramirez/Daily Bruin)

From parks to clubs, Scott and Whitney performed shows alongside experienced artists and developed their abilities throughout San Francisco.

(Brandon Choe/Daily Bruin)

Senior forward Reed Williams’ professional dreams have hit a roadblock this year, as he’s started in just four of 17 games. His limited playing time gives pro scouts less chances to see him.

(Erin Ng/Daily Bruin)

Freshman guard Zach LaVine dunks the ball in his first game as a Bruin, LaVine scored 15 points in the Bruins 96-66 win over Cal State San Bernardino.

(Lexy Atmore/Daily Bruin)

Rachel Luba and Megan Coley trade blows near the ropes. The 125-pound boxers were in the smallest weight class of the night.

(Brandon Choe/Daily Bruin)

Min Woo Sun, a first-year economics and international development studies, home-schooled himself and traveled the world after his high school shut down.

(Sidhaant Shah/Daily Bruin)

The Bruins celebrate their 35-14 win over the USC Trojans.

(Tim Bradbury/Daily Bruin)

Junior defender Ally Courtnall exults after converting an equalizing goal that knotted the score at 1-1, which would send the game to overtime.

(Lexy Atmore/Daily Bruin)

Brett Hundley had 161 rushing yards in the football game, one run resulting in an 86 yard touchdown.

(Katie Meyers/Daily Bruin)

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