Sunday, May 24


UCLA moves to obstruct subpoena request in college admissions scandal development

This post was updated March 5 at 2:56 p.m. UCLA filed a request to a judge to reject a former soccer coach’s subpoena request Friday. Former UCLA men’s soccer coach Jorge Salcedo filed a subpoena request Jan. Read more...

Photo: UCLA requested a judge to block former men’s soccer coach Jorge Salcedo’s request for a subpoena. The request was made for Salcedo’s trial regarding his role in the larger 2019 college admissions scandal. (Daily Bruin file photo)


Bernie Sanders holds rally in Downtown LA two days ahead of Super Tuesday

Rallygoers stood in the Los Angeles Convention Center, fluttering white and blue campaign signs and cheering when the lights intermittently dimmed, as they awaited the arrival of Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders. Read more...

Photo: Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders kisses his wife Jane Sanders at a rally in Downtown Los Angeles on Sunday. According to political analytics website FiveThirtyEight, Sanders is the most likely of the primary candidates to receive a majority of delegates. (Jintak Han/DailyBruin senior staff)


2020 Democratic Presidential Primary Elections

California voters can head out to cast their ballot March 3, playing a crucial role in finding the 2020 Democratic presidential candidate. From voter’s guides, an editorial board endorsement and election analyses – here’s what you need to know before you make your choice. Read more...

Photo: (Andrea Grigsby/Illustrations Director)




Looking into 3 UCLA clubs supporting Democratic presidential primary candidates

Of the 2020 Democratic presidential candidates in the primary election race, just three have official clubs at UCLA. From flyering on Bruin Walk to hosting debate watch parties, Bruins for Bernie, Bruins for Warren and Bruins for Pete Buttigieg, who dropped out March 1, have made efforts to drum up excitement on campus for their respective candidates. Read more...

Photo: Sen. Bernie Sanders from Vermont, Sen. Elizabeth Warren from Massachusetts and former Mayor of South Bend, Indiana, Pete Buttigieg are the only 2020 Democratic presidential candidates who have had official clubs at UCLA, which may demonstrate which candidates have been able to resonate with college students. (Keaton Larson/Daily Bruin)



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