After sweeping Long Beach State in the semifinals of the NCAA men’s volleyball tournament, No. 1 seed UCLA went on to defeat No. 2 seed Hawaiʻi 3-1 to clinch the national championship.
After getting its start in 1996, the LA Times Festival of Books is currently the nation’s largest literary event. The festival ran from April 22-23 and featured a wide range of literature for all readers.
Daily Bruin staffers document their adventures outside the newsroom on disposable and film cameras.
On International Women’s Day, attendees gathered outside of Royce Hall to advocate for the rights of women in Iran and to fight for their freedom. The rally was organized by the Iranian Student Group at UCLA and Sigma Pi Beta, UCLA’s Persian fraternity, and it featured several guest speakers.
The UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television is presenting “Into the Woods,” a musical play originally created by Stephen Sondheim and James Lapine. The play combines classic fairy tales, such as Cinderella, Jack and the Beanstalk, Rapunzel and Little Red Riding Hood, with the tale of a baker and his wife who yearn to have a child.
Iranian-born artist Amir H. Fallah’s work will hang in the Fowler Museum until May 14. Fallah uses bold colors and a variety of mediums to depict themes including cultural intersections, personhood, borders that separate people and his experiences as an Iranian-American migrant.
Over the course of two weeks, multiple student organizations, such as the Vietnamese Student Union, the Taiwanese American Student Association and the Chinese Students and Scholars Association at UCLA, hosted events to celebrate Lunar New Year.
The UCLA Association of Chinese Americans held a vigil Wednesday in honor of the people killed and injured in two mass shootings in Monterey Park and Half Moon Bay.
The Iranian Student Group at UCLA and the Iranian Graduate and Professional Association held a rally Wednesday in support of anti-government protesters in Iran. The event was a part of a larger international rally that took place across more than 200 campuses.
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