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Nov. 22, 2021 12:48 a.m.
Students light fire in celebration of UCLA football’s win over USC

Individuals burned boxes and other debris (pictured) on Roebling Avenue after UCLA football’s record-breaking victory against USC earlier that Saturday. (Tanmay Shankar/Daily Bruin senior staff)

This post was updated Nov. 23 at 4:14 p.m.
A block party on Roebling Avenue started two fires late Saturday night following UCLA football’s first defeat of crosstown rival USC since 2018, marking the fifth Roebling block party in 2021.

By Justin Jung

California

Nov. 13, 2021 12:59 p.m.
UCLA-led study finds climate change as main factor for increased wildfire weather

This post was updated Nov. 15 at 12:45 a.m.
Climate change is responsible for around two-thirds of the increase in catastrophic wildfire weather in the Western United States, according to a UCLA-led study published Tuesday.

By Anna Novoselov

California

Oct. 14, 2020 1:26 a.m.

UCLA, UCSF medical faculty say wildfires may exacerbate health effects of COVID-19

California’s wildfire smoke and COVID-19 could create an unforeseen mixture of adverse health effects for the state’s residents, UCLA medical faculty said.
Although little is known about long-term exposure to air pollutants like wildfire smoke and its particulates, there are preliminary studies that show the number and severity of COVID-19 cases are higher in areas with high air pollution, said Stephanie Christenson, a doctor and an assistant professor of pulmonology at UC San Francisco.

By Sarah Nelson

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