(Daily Bruin archives)
The date April 20 has long held significance for marijuana users and popular culture fanatics alike. The Quad is looking into the Daily Bruin’s past coverage of 4/20 celebrations and exploring how attitudes surrounding marijuana may have shifted over time.
INDIANAPOLIS — Gus Johnson’s call is almost as iconic as the play itself.
“And a steal, Farmar,” Johnson yelled. “Inside, the freshman, oh! Raivio, last chance to dance – oh, what a game!
Joe Biden is a familiar name to many Bruins. We grew up watching him and then-President Barack Obama lead the country for eight years.
Though we may remember President-elect Biden for his famous friendship with the former president, there was a time when he was known in his own right for being a senator from Delaware – who happened to be running for president, too.
If the major news outlets had been correct in their predictions for 2016, Hillary Clinton would be President.
Today, The Quad is taking a look through the archives to see why many polls failed to predict the winners of the 1980 and 2016 United States presidential elections, and how pollsters in 2020 have changed their methods accordingly.
Some say history repeats itself. Our country’s long record of police brutality against Black Americans is evidence to their point.
Though it has been more than 50 years since the civil rights movement of the 1950s and 1960s, we are confronted yet again with the racial injustice that has shaped our nation’s history to the present.
Throwback Thursdays are our chance to reflect on past events on or near campus and relate them to the present day. Each week, we showcase and analyze an old article from the Daily Bruin archives in an effort to chronicle the campus’ history.
On Jan. 7, it was revealed that Imaad Zuberi, a donor to President Donald Trump’s inaugural committee, intends to plead guilty to obstruction of justice, according to a The Washington Post article.
UCLA has a transportation problem. And it’s nothing new.
Los Angeles is notorious for its lack of reliable and efficient public transportation. Buses are often late, bike lanes are far and few between and the metro is virtually nonexistent.
It’s that time of year again, and we’re not talking about holiday lights or Thanksgiving turkeys.
It’s the time of year when black walls are erected around our beloved Bruin Bear and John Wooden statues; the season when tensions with our crosstown rival run high.
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