The Daily Bruin.
These three words carry more weight than I could have ever thought possible for the name of a college newspaper. Just flashing through all of my memories of this paper overwhelms me with conflicting emotions: pride and dissatisfaction, joy and anger, happiness and sorrow.
During extended hospital stays, children need emotional and mental support in addition to physical treatment, said Dr. Jessica Lloyd, an associate professor of pediatrics at UCLA.
This post was updated May 25 at 10:49 p.m.
The University of California Board of Regents agreed to a settlement of more than $370 million with hundreds of plaintiffs in sexual assault and misconduct civil lawsuits against former UCLA OB-GYN James Heaps.
This post was updated May 8 at 9:54 p.m.
Dozens of protesters assembled outside Kerckhoff Hall on Friday to support nationwide abortion rights.
On Monday, an anonymous whistleblower leaked a draft majority opinion from the United States Supreme Court that indicated the court may overturn a previous ruling on the Roe v.
This post was updated May 4 at 10:12 p.m.
Hundreds of protesters gathered at several demonstrations around Los Angeles on Tuesday, including in Westwood, to protest a potential United States Supreme Court decision that would allow states to outlaw abortion.
The Undergraduate Students Association Judicial Board will hold a preliminary hearing Wednesday to decide whether to pursue a hearing involving two Undergraduate Students Association Council presidential candidates and allegations of violating the UCLA USA Election Code.
The judicial board released a memorandum Tuesday stating it will formally consider the case regarding a petition that candidate Carl King Jr.
This post was updated May 1 at 8:57 p.m.
University of California union members picketed at the intersection of Wilshire and Westwood boulevards on Tuesday to call for fair wages and affordable university housing, resulting in 26 arrests.
The rally began at 1 p.m.
Candidates in the Los Angeles City Council District 5 representative election discussed a range of topics including homelessness, public safety and economic development at a virtual forum Wednesday.
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