Warning: spoilers ahead.
The icons of both the Flag Smashers and the Avengers are destabilizing and crumbling.
Released Friday, the fourth segment of the “The Falcon and the Winter Soldier” strains the characters’ morals while further developing the titular partnership.
The UCLA Communications Board appointed an assistant News editor as editor in chief of the Daily Bruin for the 2021-2022 academic year.
Genesis Qu, a third-year statistics and political science student, was appointed to the position by the Communications Board at a hearing Monday.
A fire hydrant on the UCLA campus burst after being struck by a truck early Wednesday afternoon, spewing water onto nearby facilities.
A delivery truck accidentally backed into the fire hydrant on the north side of the Wasserman Football Center at around 12:30 p.m., said UCLA spokesperson Bill Kisliuk in an emailed statement.
This post was updated April 4 at 4:02 p.m.
Following UCLA men’s basketball’s last-second loss in the NCAA tournament, hundreds of UCLA students rushed to the streets to express discontent with the loss and celebrate UCLA’s season.
The power went out on the Hill on Friday evening, according to a tweet from UCLA Housing.
The outage began around 8:50 p.m. Power was restored to some buildings as of 10:30 p.m., UCLA spokesperson Ricardo Vazquez said in a statement.
UCLA Housing said in a tweet that it is planning to turn the power on.
A former UCLA men’s soccer coach was sentenced to eight months in prison Friday after accepting $200,000 to fraudulently help students gain admission to UCLA.
As part of his sentence, Jorge Salcedo will also have to forfeit $200,000 and will undergo a year of supervised release, according to a press release from the United States Attorney’s Office for the District of Massachusetts.
Prabhdeep Rai, the UCLA California Public Interest Research Group chapter chair and a fourth-year history student, said CALPIRG progressed in its campaigns for clean energy, voter registration, ending oil drilling and affordable textbooks.
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