September 29, 6:42 am
On Monday, many editions of the Daily Bruin and their respective newsstands were emblazoned with a sticker titled “Racist Bruin” which was splashed across half the front page. Read more...
September 25, 2:34 pm
When Bruin Bash opening act NxWorries took the stage Monday in Pauley Pavilion, my thoughts were: “Who are these generic rappers?”
My fellow concertgoers near me – all of them seated – seemed to be equally puzzled. Read more...
Photo: Following NxWorries’ performance and an intermission, the Bruin Bash crowd awaits headliner Madeon at Pauley Pavilion. (Owen Emerson/Daily Bruin senior staff)
September 19, 2:29 pm
UCLA is better known for its architecture than its greenery.
This comes as little surprise. An urban campus like ours – spanning a mere 420 acres and hemmed in by a cemetery to the west and the very much alive civilization to the east – has to worry more about housing students, faculty and administrators than offering lush, open spaces. Read more...
Photo: Today, UCLA’s Dickson Court is flanked by what are collectively known as the Sunken Gardens, but this was not always so. (Owen Emerson/Daily Bruin senior staff)
September 14, 5:27 pm
The Summer Olympics might be returning to Los Angeles in 2024. But will the international sporting event do anything for Angelenos?
Not everyone takes kindly to the idea of a third Olympics in Los Angeles. Read more...
Photo: A Metro Blue/Expo line train traveling eastbound. An extension of the Expo Line to Santa Monica is slated for opening in early 2016. (Creative Commons photo by user Prayitno via Flickr)