In this radio edition of Battle of the Editors, Daily Bruin Sports current editors Claire Fahy, Tanner Walters, Matt Cummings and Korbin Placet are joined by outgoing editors Aubrey Yeo, Matthew Joye and Derrek Li along with outgoing Editor-in-Chief Andrew Erickson.
The best advice I received this year came from a high school senior.
Toward the end of a high school journalism club meeting, as the students were putting the finishing touches on the Weekly Cobra layout, we talked about the uncertain future of journalism and my uncertain future within that uncertain future.
Natasha Burgos knew her gymnast, Caelyn Griffith, was on vacation. But the good news couldn’t wait.
The local gymnastics coach called her friend and Griffith’s mother, Clausine Honda, and gave a family summer camping trip a happy interruption: Griffith had been selected to compete in the 2015 Special Olympics Summer World Games.
This post was updated on April 19 at 4:50 p.m.
UCLA running back recruit Sotonye “Soso” Jamabo was arrested and booked early Sunday for evading a police officer with a vehicle, according to police records.
The story of Scotland Leman’s March Madness study begins in a Blacksburg, Va., bar.
That’s where the Virginia Tech statistics professor and a few colleagues went to watch then-coach Seth Greenberg’s press conference shortly after the Hokies (22-12, 9-7 Atlantic Coast Conference in 2010) had been snubbed of an at-large NCAA tournament bid.
Andrew Erickson and Matthew Joye break down UCLA’s recent home win over USC. They also look ahead to the Pac-12 tournament, where UCLA will play the winner of ASU and USC on Thursday at the MGM Grand Garden Arena.
Bothell High School boy’s basketball coach Ron Bollinger had already wrapped up nearly two hours of grueling practice, but he couldn’t go home.
Instead, he had to supervise a private, impromptu slam dunk contest.
Matt Barnes (SF) 45th overall, Memphis Grizzlies, 2002
After four years of solid, but not elite, play at UCLA, earning an All-Pac-10 honorable mention in 2001, Matt Barnes made a name for himself in the NBA as a scrapper – a solid defender, impressive rebounder for his size and sometimes streaky shooter.
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