This post was updated Oct. 25 at 7:22 p.m.
Mia Fishel walked onto the field in Commerce City, Colorado, knowing full well she was the youngest of 27 players vying for a spot on the United States Women’s National Team.
Through last minute changes and tumultuous global circumstances, the Daily Bruin Online team worked tirelessly from their homes to make the 2020 Graduation Issue possible – and especially relevant to the campus community.
UCLA women’s soccer has long been an advocate for social justice – from players kneeling for the national anthem in 2017 to leading the Women’s March Los Angeles in 2019.
The Daily Bruin Sports editors celebrated the possibility of a college basketball video game in the near future by customizing their own UCLA men’s basketball team on NBA 2K20.
Since we cannot say goodbye in person, the next option is to bring old memories back in a video conference with our seniors. Graduating Daily Bruin members have the opportunity to write a -30- column at the end of their journey in the newsroom as a small remembrance of memories made through the Daily Bruin.
UCLA men’s basketball has won 11 national championships and produced five Hall of Famers in its 101 seasons in Westwood.
The list of basketball legends who have suited up in Pauley Pavilion is longer than nearly any other school’s, and the debates over the best of the best remain relevant to this day.
Much like the rest of the sports world, the Daily Bruin Sports editors spent the last five Sundays watching ESPN and Netflix’s 10-part documentary series, “The Last Dance.”
The 10-hour saga detailing the rise and fall of the Chicago Bulls’ dynasty with Michael Jordan earned national praise and set Twitter ablaze every week, and it has left audiences begging for more.
For seven years, Madi Yeomans’ Instagram page was home to picture after picture of her on the beach or in the water.
All those photos are still there, but the more recent posts don’t involve her sport, her team or being outside at all.
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