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The paper has published each school day of the year since the mid-1920s. The Bruin is now the only five-day paper serving a University of California campus. Countless alumni from The Bruin have gone on to work for top daily newspapers and news organizations around the world. Bruin alumni have gone on to receive four Pulitzer Prizes and a Nobel Peace Prize. In Kerckhoff 118, the Daily Bruin’s centr

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A recent study led by Alan Barreca, an associate professor at UCLA’s Institute of the Environment and Sustainability, ex...
12/01/2022
UCLA study links extreme heat waves in Southern California to financial distress - Daily Bruin

A recent study led by Alan Barreca, an associate professor at UCLA’s Institute of the Environment and Sustainability, explores the negative effects of heat and climate change on low-income households in Southern California.

A UCLA study found low-income households in Southern California are more likely to have their power disconnected following extreme summer heat waves. Residents turn on their air conditioning more frequently when the temperature exceeds 95 degrees Fahrenheit, increasing the cost of utility bills, acc...

To hungry students, swiping into a dining hall for seemingly endless cuisine is a no-brainer. But for the staff, the que...
12/01/2022
Keeping their plates full | PRIME

To hungry students, swiping into a dining hall for seemingly endless cuisine is a no-brainer. But for the staff, the quest to create a top-notch dining experience is far more complicated.

Take a deeper look into how Bruins' favorite dining halls operate in PRIME: “Awakening” – online and on newsstands now.

UCLA women’s volleyball coach Michael Sealy has stepped down after 13 years at the helm of the program, UCLA athletics a...
12/01/2022
Michael Sealy steps down as head coach of UCLA women’s volleyball after 13 seasons - Daily Bruin

UCLA women’s volleyball coach Michael Sealy has stepped down after 13 years at the helm of the program, UCLA athletics announced Thursday. Sealy coached the team to an NCAA title but has now missed the tournament for the third time.

Coach Michael Sealy has stepped down after over a decade at the helm of UCLA women’s volleyball. UCLA athletics announced Thursday that the 13-year head coach of the Bruins will be leaving the program, which will fall under new leadership for the 2023 season. Before coaching with UCLA, Sealy spent...

Mindfulness may be a common word nowadays, but its meaning isn't always clear.For more than 15 years, Diana Winston has ...
12/01/2022
Mindfulness matters | PRIME

Mindfulness may be a common word nowadays, but its meaning isn't always clear.

For more than 15 years, Diana Winston has worked at the UCLA Mindful Awareness Research Center. In a Q&A with PRIME, Winston shares her knowledge of the field as well as her personal journey. Read more in PRIME: "Awakening" – online and on newsstands now.

When it comes to equitable healthcare, California's Filipino community is often overlooked.Read about how UCLA students ...
12/01/2022
Underappreciated and overlooked | PRIME

When it comes to equitable healthcare, California's Filipino community is often overlooked.

Read about how UCLA students and researchers are working to provide accessible and equitable health care for Filipinos in PRIME: "Awakening" – online and on newsstands now.

After defeating No. 1 USC three times in the regular season, No. 3 UCLA men’s water polo fell short against the Trojans ...
12/01/2022
UCLA men's water polo looks to upcoming NCAA semifinals after falling to USC, Cal - Daily Bruin

After defeating No. 1 USC three times in the regular season, No. 3 UCLA men’s water polo fell short against the Trojans at the MPSF tournament before losing to No. 2 California in the third-place contest last weekend.

In their first postseason tournament, the Bruins suffered back-to-back losses for the first time all year. “It wasn’t the way we wanted to play out the conference tournament,” coach Adam Wright said.

College is far from easy. But for nontraditional students, the path can be riddled with additional roadblocks. PRIME wri...
12/01/2022
Nontraditional | PRIME

College is far from easy. But for nontraditional students, the path can be riddled with additional roadblocks. PRIME writer Mitra Beiglari recounts her trials and triumphs as a nontraditional double Bruin in PRIME: “Awakening” – online and on newsstands now.

Returning for its sixth installment in 2023, the Hammer Museum's "Made in L.A." exhibition celebrates both emerging and ...
12/01/2022
Curating tradition | PRIME

Returning for its sixth installment in 2023, the Hammer Museum's "Made in L.A." exhibition celebrates both emerging and veteran artists in the Los Angeles area.

Take a deeper dive into the history of the exhibition in PRIME: "Awakening."

"UCLA used to be an established name in volleyball, but in recent years, success has been a blip on the horizon."Amy's A...
12/01/2022
Amy's Angle: Women's volleyball seals the deal on a season of struggle - Daily Bruin

"UCLA used to be an established name in volleyball, but in recent years, success has been a blip on the horizon."

Amy's Angle: Amy Ionescu explores UCLA women's volleyball's lackluster season in 2022 and lack of recent postseason success.

No one could have predicted the 2022 season for UCLA women’s volleyball. Definitely not AP’s preseason poll, which ranked the Bruins as the No. 12 team in the nation.

With the end of fall quarter, PRIME is back to shine a spotlight on the untold stories of the Bruin community.Explore th...
12/01/2022

With the end of fall quarter, PRIME is back to shine a spotlight on the untold stories of the Bruin community.

Explore the journey of a formerly incarcerated student, a Q&A with a mindfulness expert and more in PRIME: "Awakening" – online and on newsstands now.

https://prime.dailybruin.com/fall22

The UCLA International Institute hosted its seventh Global Conversation, an annual discussion with political representat...
12/01/2022
UCLA International Institute hosts 2022 Global Conversation - Daily Bruin

The UCLA International Institute hosted its seventh Global Conversation, an annual discussion with political representatives from around the world on global issues. The event focused on topics such as the economy, misinformation and climate change.

The UCLA International Institute hosted its seventh annual discussion on global issues such as the economy, misinformation and climate change, gathering political representatives from around the world.

Following the University of California-wide academic worker strike, many professors are expressing concerns about adjust...
12/01/2022
Professors express concern over strikes as finals approach - Daily Bruin

Following the University of California-wide academic worker strike, many professors are expressing concerns about adjusting their class structures and assignments in the absence of their student workers.

Many professors are unable to acclimate to the absence of their student workers amid an ongoing University of California-wide academic worker strike. Postdoctoral scholars, teaching assistants, student researchers and other academic workers represented by the United Auto Workers began their UC-wide....

In January, UCLA is opening its new basic needs center in the Strathmore Building, where students will have access to wo...
12/01/2022
UCLA's new basic needs center in Strathmore Building set to open in January - Daily Bruin

In January, UCLA is opening its new basic needs center in the Strathmore Building, where students will have access to workshops, emergency funds, food security programs and a rest space.

A new basic needs center housed in the Strathmore Building will open in January, offering students workshops, food, places to rest and access to loans and grants.

OpenLab, co-founded by a UCLA alumnus, is using virtual reality to give students lab experience. The technology uses vir...
12/01/2022
UCLA alumnus' startup to provide lab experience through virtual reality - Daily Bruin

OpenLab, co-founded by a UCLA alumnus, is using virtual reality to give students lab experience. The technology uses virtual reality headsets that can track users' hands, allowing them to simulate a real-life lab experiment.

This post was updated Dec. 1 at 12:28 a.m. A new startup co-founded by a UCLA alumnus aims to teach students important scientific protocols and techniques through immersion in a virtual reality laboratory.

When it comes to Native American history, textbooks don't always tell the full story. The Quad dives into the lack of ac...
12/01/2022
The Quad: Exploring the lack of Indigenous culture and history in US education - Daily Bruin

When it comes to Native American history, textbooks don't always tell the full story.

The Quad dives into the lack of accurate representation of Native Americans in United States education and how the curriculum could be improved.

While nearly nine million people in the United States identify as at least partially American Indian or Alaskan Native according to a 2021 U.S. Census Bureau survey, there is often a misrepresentation and a lack of curriculum surrounding Native Americans in U.S.

Despite trying to work a plethora of new faces into its rotation, No. 21 UCLA men's basketball has gotten off to its hot...
12/01/2022
UCLA men's basketball prepares for Pac-12 opener against Stanford - Daily Bruin

Despite trying to work a plethora of new faces into its rotation, No. 21 UCLA men's basketball has gotten off to its hottest shooting start since 2016, thanks in part to its ball movement.

The first time freshman forward Adem Bona watched junior guard Jaylen Clark in action was at Stanford’s Maples Pavilion. “Jaylen (Clark) was a defensive specialist. Jaylen was stopping everyone.

Explore the resilience of nontraditional students, the team behind UCLA dining halls and other Bruins' stories in PRIME:...
11/30/2022

Explore the resilience of nontraditional students, the team behind UCLA dining halls and other Bruins' stories in PRIME: "Awakening" – online and on newsstands tomorrow.

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11/30/2022

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The University of California and the United Auto Workers have reached a tentative agreement for postdoctoral scholars an...
11/30/2022
UAW postdoctoral scholars, academic researchers reach tentative deal with UC - Daily Bruin

The University of California and the United Auto Workers have reached a tentative agreement for postdoctoral scholars and academic researchers, including an annual salary increase and completely paid family leave for eight weeks. An agreement is still in negotiations for academic student employees.

The University of California reached a tentative agreement with postdoctoral scholars and academic researchers represented by the United Auto Workers union Tuesday. The UAW 2865, UAW 5810 and Student Researchers United-UAW unions – which collectively represent around 48,000 academic workers throug...

Following seven lead changes and three ties, the Bruins failed to pull off the upset. No. 15  fell to No. 1 South Caroli...
11/30/2022
UCLA women’s basketball falls short of upsetting No. 1 South Carolina - Daily Bruin

Following seven lead changes and three ties, the Bruins failed to pull off the upset. No. 15 fell to No. 1 South Carolina away on Tuesday afternoon in a tightly-contested match.

For three quarters, the Bruins held control over the reigning national champions. Despite maintaining the lead for all but five minutes, they were unable to put the game out of reach as they entered the final period in a tie.

Daily Bruin Sports staffer Gavin Carlson and contributor Alexis Hinkle break down No.1 South Carolina's personnel ahead ...
11/30/2022
Scouting report: No. 15 UCLA women's basketball vs. No. 1 South Carolina - Daily Bruin

Daily Bruin Sports staffer Gavin Carlson and contributor Alexis Hinkle break down No.1 South Carolina's personnel ahead of its matchup against No.15 UCLA women's basketball.

No. 15 UCLA women’s basketball (7-0) is set to face No. 1 South Carolina (6-0) at the Gamecocks’ Colonial Life Arena on Tuesday afternoon in its second contest opposite a ranked opponent this season.

Two undefeated teams will test their resumes when No. 15 UCLA women's basketball faces No. 1 South Carolina in Columbia ...
11/29/2022
UCLA women's basketball to face defending national champion No. 1 South Carolina - Daily Bruin

Two undefeated teams will test their resumes when No. 15 UCLA women's basketball faces No. 1 South Carolina in Columbia on Tuesday afternoon.

For the second straight season, the Bruins’ eighth game of their campaign will be against one of the best teams in the nation. But unlike last year when the blue and gold stumbled into the matchup with an underwhelming start to the season, the Bruins are undefeated and exceeding expectations ahead...

Op-ed: "We continue to appreciate your presence on the picket line. And I truly look forward to the day we can return to...
11/28/2022
Op-ed: Academic workers are striking to create a better campus for everyone - Daily Bruin

Op-ed: "We continue to appreciate your presence on the picket line. And I truly look forward to the day we can return to campus and the day that I can gladly return to teaching – with the knowledge that we successfully advocated for a better campus." via Daily Bruin Opinion

On Nov. 14, graduate student employees, postdoctoral scholars and student researchers began our strike. This strike is a response to unlawful bargaining actions – we demand that the University of California address our requests for higher wages, better support for international students and famili...

A "tripledemic" has been worsening across the nation, as cases of respiratory syncytial virus, or RSV, have been rising....
11/28/2022
Campus Queries: What is RSV, and how is it a factor in this winter's 'tripledemic'? - Daily Bruin

A "tripledemic" has been worsening across the nation, as cases of respiratory syncytial virus, or RSV, have been rising.

In the latest installment of Campus Queries, UCLA experts and professors explain the uptick in RSV cases and how it affects children.

Campus Queries is a series in which Daily Bruin readers and staff present science-related questions for UCLA professors and experts to answer. Q: What is RSV and how is it contributing to a ‘tripledemic’?

SPONSORED: The Gestalt Effect is excited to premiere an exclusive trailer for Creatures of Necessity, a thriller film wr...
11/28/2022
Final Trailer - Creatures of Necessity

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Creatures of Necessity is available on demand, November 22nd. The feature is a dark comedy, that meanders through multiple genres with a shocking ending.Musi...

On Tuesday, the Los Angeles City Council approved a new law that will require retailers in LA to notify workers two week...
11/28/2022
LA City Council passes ordinance providing schedule stability for retail workers - Daily Bruin

On Tuesday, the Los Angeles City Council approved a new law that will require retailers in LA to notify workers two weeks in advance of assigned hours, as well as provide 10-hour breaks in between shifts.

The Los Angeles City Council voted Tuesday to expand worker protections by mandating retailers give two weeks of notice for assigned hours and 10-hour breaks in between shifts.

"They are disrupting the entire UC system and putting so much on the line because they believe so deeply in their cause....
11/28/2022
Opinion: UC academic workers' strike reaffirmed importance of my activism - Daily Bruin

"They are disrupting the entire UC system and putting so much on the line because they believe so deeply in their cause." via Daily Bruin Opinion

It’s been two weeks since the beginning of the University of California academic workers’ strike for labor rights. From nearly every corner of campus, one can hear picketers over megaphones chanting slogans such as “Shut it down!” I learned quite a few things during my week following the str...

Secret lovers push societal expectations in "Havana."Directed by alumnus Faith Strongheart, the short film was showcased...
11/28/2022
Alumnus-led film 'Havana' shines light on historical LGBTQ+ love story in Cuba - Daily Bruin

Secret lovers push societal expectations in "Havana."

Directed by alumnus Faith Strongheart, the short film was showcased on PBS Fine Cut and tells the story of an illegal exit visa vendor in Cuba whose male lover asks for help in escaping the country.

“Havana” dives into the intricacies of hiding one’s true self from their society. Alumnus and director Faith Strongheart’s short film “Havana” was selected to run as a part of PBS’ “Fine Cut” – a showcase of short films from up-and-coming Southern Californian filmmakers – in li...

A string of impact plays by freshman forward Adem Bona ignited a first-half run that propelled No. 19 UCLA men’s basketb...
11/28/2022
UCLA men's basketball nets 21-point victory over Bellarmine - Daily Bruin

A string of impact plays by freshman forward Adem Bona ignited a first-half run that propelled No. 19 UCLA men’s basketball to a win over Bellarmine. Bona notched a career-high 16 points in the contest.

The Bruins held a six-point lead midway through the first half when Adem Bona checked in for his second stint of the afternoon. A couple buckets, an assist, and a steal later for the freshman forward and the lead had ballooned to 17.

UCLA Health researchers found that imbalances in bacteria in the gut microbiome may be linked to increased risk of devel...
11/28/2022
UCLA study finds possible link between HIV risk and gut microbiome composition - Daily Bruin

UCLA Health researchers found that imbalances in bacteria in the gut microbiome may be linked to increased risk of developing HIV and chronic gut inflammation.

A UCLA Health study found certain types of bacteria in the gut microbiome could increase the risk of HIV. While there are other studies which have found gut microbiome changes in those diagnosed with HIV, the majority of such studies do not follow participants over time, said Dr.

Five Things: No. 18 UCLA football hit the nine-win mark for the first time since 2014 on Friday. Daily Bruin Sports brea...
11/27/2022
Five Things: UCLA vs. California - Daily Bruin

Five Things: No. 18 UCLA football hit the nine-win mark for the first time since 2014 on Friday. Daily Bruin Sports breaks down the five main takeaways from the Bruins' final regular-season game.

No. 18 UCLA football (9-3, 6-3 Pac-12) closed out its regular season with a victory over California (4-8, 2-7) in Berkeley on Friday. Sports editor Sam Settleman gives his five main takeaways from win No.

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The Undergraduate Students Association Elections Board is currently investigating an alleged elections code violation filed on behalf of Undergraduate Students Association Council presidential candidate Angelina Quint against fellow candidate Carl King Jr. The Elections Board also received a complaint by King against Quint, but no investigation has been opened as of Thursday.

https://dailybruin.com/2022/04/28/usa-elections-board-launches-investigation-into-alleged-elections-code-violation
Meditation apps may be the key to finding inner peace.

In the second installment of "Behind the Screen," Arts columnist Yana Edelen explores how meditation apps incorporate Buddhist wisdom with new technological knowledge to help people connect to their mind and body.
UCLA rowing is heading to Texas to race in the Longhorn Invitational where it will take on ranked out-of-conference competition starting Friday.
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Two UCLA men’s basketball players made decisions regarding their future with the program Thursday, with one graduate student opting to leave the Bruins and one player opting to return for a super senior season.
Loot Brutes is inciting greedy fervor among game lovers.

Third-year communication student Nick Leivers developed the card game for three to five players who must battle their way to win the most loot from the deck before it's empty.
Iranian filmmakers past and present will be celebrated at UCLA starting Friday.

Hosted by the UCLA Film & Television Archive and Farhang Foundation, the 2022 UCLA Celebration of Iranian Cinema will showcase nine films, starting with Panah Panahi's debut "Hit the Road," which follows a family's journey to the Iranian border.
On Friday, UCLA football collaborated with two nonprofit organizations to host the Get in the Game, Save a Life event, which recruited members to be registered bone marrow transplant donors.
Since the start of Russia's invasion of Ukraine, more than 5 million Ukrainians have been displaced. In the latest installment of "At a Distance," professors from UCLA and other universities share their thoughts on how the U.S. can provide more aid to migrants from Ukraine.
In under 45 minutes, No. 2 seed UCLA beach volleyball swept No. 7 seed Washington in its first dual of the Pac-12 championship.
No. 13 UCLA baseball fell to UC Irvine on Tuesday night at Jackie Robinson Stadium, breaking its streak of seven midweek wins in a row.
A battle between the Pac-12's and Big West's best teams will commence Wednesday when No. 3 UCLA softball takes on Cal State Fullerton at Easton Stadium.
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