People took to Pershing Square on Friday in protest of the U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, which overturned Roe v.
Daily Bruin Photo staffers reflect on some of the most memorable moments this year from behind their viewfinders.
I often ask myself, “What legacy will I leave behind?” The follow-up question can’t help but nudge its way in the back of my conscience: “Am I making the right decisions with the course of my life?”
Growing up as a low-income, first-generation transfer student perpetuated my drive to succeed and beat the odds of becoming just another number in the system.
Organized by Women’s March Foundation, Planned Parenthood and their partners, the “Ban Off Our Bodies” rally was part of a nationwide series of rallies. The Los Angeles rally included speeches by LA mayor Eric Garcetti and Women’s March Foundation founder Emiliana Guereca.
Following a homeless encampment sweep, around 9% of those removed have since been housed, according to a UCLA research report.
In March 2021, LAPD officers forcibly displaced nearly 200 people at Echo Park Lake, sparking protests in the area.
Daily Bruin staffers reminisce on their spring breaks captured on film and disposable cameras.
Commuters face several barriers when trying to access on-campus parking, and during the recent surge in COVID-19 cases, UCLA Transportation is minimizing its options. Shortly before UCLA announced that in-person instruction would resume Jan. 31, UCLA Transportation sent an email to students Jan. 11 informing them of their parking permit options for the remainder of the quarter.
For the second consecutive year, UCLA women’s basketball swept its series against crosstown rival USC. During both games, the Bruins defeated the Trojans by at least a 10-point margin.
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PRODUCER needs two students to pass out flyers to attendees before the screening of Wounded Land, a film about how Ukrainian
vintners/farmers are producing
during wartime, at the James Bridges Theater (Melnitz Hall 1409) Wednesday, April 19 from 6-9p.m. If interested, contact Scott via txt at
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Summer Camp Counselor and / or Part Time Recreation Assistant Westwood Recreation Center is looking for students that are looking for a part time job during school and/or Summer. We are hiring! Do you like working with children, answering the phone or enjoy sports? Well we have a job for you. Could be as little as 4 hours a week up to 16 to 38 during the Summer! Email [email protected] to apply!