This post was updated Nov. 2 at 9:44 p.m.
ATLANTA – The Daily Bruin received 42 awards at the Fall National College Media Convention.
The convention, which was held Sunday through Thursday at the Hyatt Regency Atlanta, brought together student journalists and student media advisers from across the country.
Sam SettlemanSports editorPrediction: UCLA 38, Stanford 21
I’m 0-for-3 on my last three predictions.
Needless to say, and while my colleagues might vehemently disagree, I feel like I’m due.
Female Athlete of the Year: Briana Perez
Gavin Carlson, Daily Bruin staff
Heading into her fifth and final season in Westwood, Briana Perez already had a flawless career resume.
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Cautious Clay is not so cautious anymore.
Joshua Karpeh, better known as Cautious Clay, has broken into the music industry with co-writing credits alongside artists such as Taylor Swift and by making R&B and indie music under his own name.
This post was updated Jan. 17 at 7:40 p.m.
In a delayed season opener, the Bruins ultimately secured a victory.
After withdrawing from its originally scheduled season opener at the UCSB Asics Invitational because of COVID-19 protocols, No.
Fresh Productions is bringing something new to the table.
Using everything from pen and paper to digital tablets, the mission of the art club is to be a community for artists that doesn’t take itself too seriously, said third-year mechanical engineering student and president Alexander Pak.
This post was updated Oct. 22 at 11:39 a.m.
The Chromatic Brass Collective is making sure to hit every note.
The collective got its start in June 2020 when a group of musicians gathered to discuss their experiences as Black women and Black femmes in classical music, said alumnus Yasmeen Richards, who serves as the president and co-founder of the Chromatic Brass Collective.
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