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Picking a newspaper’s editor in chief is not always a walk in the park.
Last year, The Quad published a story detailing how the Daily Bruin selects its EIC every spring – we explained how things have typically gone in the past, with the paper’s staff voting on and endorsing one applicant and the UCLA Communications Board appointing the endorsed applicant into the role.
The Daily Bruin isn’t printing this quarter, but this isn’t the first time we’ve scaled back on print production.
Just this week, the Daily Bruin’s upper management announced that the Daily Bruin would cease print production through the end of the 2019-2020 academic year, in light of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
While the majority of students will be out enjoying some fun in the sun as we ring in the start of the spring quarter, Daily Bruin staffers will be cooped up in Ackerman Union for hours on end come Friday evening.
The craziness of covering Coachella Weekend 2 began before we even reached the outskirts of Indio, California.
Friday, 8 a.m.
Daily Bruin’s Photo editor Michael Zshornack and I departed promptly from Westwood, congratulating ourselves on actually leaving at the time we said we would.
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.
With the start of a new school year comes another round of Daily Bruin intern applications. This is an exciting time for the Daily Bruin office as it ushers in an eager new class of writers, photographers, designers and more.
UCLA’s unofficial journalism school officially finished its spring turnover this week. Emails were sent, cries of joys were expressed and Kerckhoff 118’s new tribal leaders were announced with pomp and circumstance.
For the new year, Daily Bruin A&E writers share what made their reporting experiences in 2016 so memorable.
“Alum panelists discuss Asian-American representation in popular media”
I arrived to cover the “Asian-Americans in Hollywood & Entertainment” panel, hosted by Lapu, the Coyote that Cares Theatre Company.
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