This is my collegiate recap, something of a career-ending column to remember the past four years. So let’s take a look back.
My first lesson in the Daily Bruin Sports section was to never use the tired phrase that coaches and players love to recycle: “We’re just taking things one game at a time.” It’s a boring cliche that tells the reader nothing.
SAN FRANCISCO — Her day started with tweets, like usual. But by the evening, Matea Gold was far from Washington D.C., speaking as the featured guest at a UCLA reception that celebrated the Daily Bruin and the power of journalism.
This post was updated Dec. 29 at 11:32 p.m.
Aaron Holiday was four points away from setting his single-game point record – at halftime.
The junior guard matched it with his 27th point midway through the second half before slowing down and totaling 33 to lead unranked UCLA men’s basketball (10-3, 1-0 Pac-12) to a 96-82 win over Washington State (8-5, 0-1) on Friday.
This post was updated Nov. 8 at 9:00 a.m.
Three UCLA basketball players were arrested Tuesday for shoplifting in China, according to ESPN.
LiAngelo Ball, Cody Riley and Jalen Hill were arrested and are being questioned about stealing from a Louis Vuitton store, reported ESPN college basketball’s Jeff Goodman.
Kesha returned in full force Friday with a playful country flair, showcasing a range of genres that is refreshingly folksy and genuine.
“Rainbow,” Kesha’s third studio album and first in five years, comes amid the singer’s legal battle with Dr.
The UCLA Athletics marketing department has a challenge ahead.
For 21 years, every piece of promotional material – even the athletics home page until Monday – proudly touted the Bruins’ place atop the collegiate world with the most NCAA championships in history.
This post was updated March 30 at 6:30 p.m.
UCLA men’s basketball forward T.J. Leaf became the second Bruin freshman to declare for the 2017 NBA draft, making the news official on his Twitter account Thursday afternoon.
The Daily Bruin won 29 awards at the California College Media Association’s annual contest Saturday, including 11 first-place honors and nine for prime, a quarterly arts, culture and lifestyle magazine.
Adrian Klemm, UCLA football’s controversy-laden offensive line coach, has been fired just weeks shy of national signing day, according to multiple reports. Scout.com initially reported the move.
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