Men’s track and field defeated USC 103-60, while the women’s team fell to USC 97-66. Take a look at some highlights through the lens of Daily Bruin photography.
Spring is here and week 1 has come to an end. There were many memorable events this week, from woman’s basketball elimination from the NCAA Tournament to a vigil honoring the attacks in Lahore.
No. 3 seed UCLA women’s basketball met its match in the third round of the NCAA Women’s Basketball Tournament, losing to No. 2 seed Texas. The Bruins, who were NIT champions in 2015, made a lengthy tournament run with a young roster, but it wasn’t enough to overcome the Longhorns in a 72-64 loss.
The winter quarter was full of interesting people and exciting moments across UCLA and the greater Los Angeles area. Luckily our photographers were there to capture it all.
Week 7 brought us a a variety of photos. From a Korean chef of Brazilian cuisine to the UCLA Speech and Debate team, check out the recap of this week’s news through photos.
Fourth-year world arts and cultures student Khushboo Kataria Gulati identifies as a femme art witch. She has showcased her work at the Think Tank Gallery in the past and will next exhibit activist art at Hardware Studio in Los Angeles Feb.
Hidden among the crowd of the UCLA masses are artists with unique points of view. Take a look inside the world of first-year art student Alix Vernet through the lens of Daily Bruin photographer Tehya Faulk.
The quarter is flying by. This week was full of eventful moments but luckily our photographers were there in case you missed anything. Take a break from studying (or not studying) for midterms and look at the best photos of the week.
Winter quarter is going by fast, but before you step into fourth week take a moment to look through this past week in photos featuring alumni, faculty, and students alike.
The first week of winter quarter is in the books which means the Daily Bruin photo department has the best photos of the week. Take a look and welcome back to UCLA!
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