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Undergraduate and graduate students of the class of 2021 will be able to sign up for an in-person commemoration in the spring, Chancellor Gene Block announced Tuesday. (Ashley Kenney/Assistant Photo editor)

UCLA to offer limited in-person procession for class of 2021 students

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This post was updated April 14 at 12:19 a.m. UCLA is planning to host in-person commemorations for the class of 2021 in the spring, Chancellor Gene Block announced Tuesday.

13-year-old Melissa Ponce finds lifelong friends in UCLA women’s water polo teammates


Melissa Ponce spent the day before her 13th birthday in the hospital. It was Valentine’s Day, just one day before she officially became a teenager, but Melissa was confined by the walls of a hospital room for the fifth consecutive day.

Daily Bruin receives 15 honors in regional collegiate journalism competition


The Daily Bruin received more than a dozen honors in a regional journalism competition Tuesday. The Society of Professional Journalists announced winners of its Mark of Excellence Region 11 competition, which considers collegiate reporting from Arizona, California, Guam, Hawaii, Nevada and the Northern Mariana Islands.  The Bruin received six first-place Mark of Excellence awards and was a finalist in nine other categories.

UCLA-led pancreatic cancer research projects receive $6 million in grant funding


UCLA researchers were awarded two grants totaling $6 million to further pancreatic cancer therapy research. The National Institutes of Health gave the grants to two research projects at UCLA that investigate the possible side effects and efficacy of promising pancreatic cancer drugs in February.

Students discuss how pandemic, racism affect United States’ global reputation

UCLA track and field sees multiple record-setting performances in weekend meet

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The Bruin Gastronomer: Chicken lettuce wraps


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