Throughout the span of the last couple months, students have been putting countless hours of work into producing the 2016 Korean Culture Night. Join us as we take a look into the process of creating “When You Kill A Butterfly.”
Spring is here and week 1 has come to an end. There were many memorable events this week, from woman’s basketball elimination from the NCAA Tournament to a vigil honoring the attacks in Lahore.
UCLA’s late effort comes up short in 75-73 Utah loss
SANTA CLARA — Saturday night’s Foster Farms Bowl was, appropriately, an anticlimactic end to an anticlimactic season for the UCLA football team.
The Bruins fell flat before the middling Nebraska Cornhuskers (6-7), surrendering 326 rushing yards in a 37-29 loss.
This Fall quarter was full of protests, major events, loses, and championships that can all be seen through the quarter in photos. Look back to the past ten weeks to enjoy some of the best photos of this quarter.
When UCLA upset then-No.1 Kentucky just over a week ago, there was raucous celebration in the locker room. When the Bruins topped the No. 20 Gonzaga Bulldogs 71-66 Saturday night, the celebrating was limited to junior guard Bryce Alford pumping his fist at midcourt.
Week 9 signals the closing of Fall quarter and also the publication of various stories ranging from interesting features to UCLA football game coverage. Look through the week in photos to learn more.
It seemed only fitting that UCLA’s three biggest flaws would be exposed in the team’s biggest game, on the season’s biggest stage.
Those three flaws were: run defense, penalties and punting.
The 2015 Beat ‘SC bonfire and rally brought out several hundred UCLA students to take part in the annual sight of a blazing bonfire lighting up the night in Wilson Plaza, as well as performances by dance and a cappella groups and a special presentation by the UCLA football team.
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