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A four-phase reopening plan released by UCLA on Friday said that UCLA will likely not reopen until an effective COVID-19 treatment is available to students and staff. (Kanishka Mehra/Photo editor)

UCLA to likely not fully reopen until effective COVID-19 treatment is available

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UCLA will likely not fully reopen until an effective COVID-19 treatment is available to students and staff, according to UCLA’s four-phase reopening plan released Friday. The plan eases restrictions on campus activities in four phases, with the last phase being a return to normal operations.



Emmys 2020: Small Screen, Big Wonders

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Daily Bruin’s coverage of the 2020 Emmy Awards.


Gov. Newsom issues order to end sales of new gas-powered cars in California by 2035

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California Gov. Gavin Newsom issued an executive order Wednesday to mandate that all new cars and passenger trucks sold in California be zero-emission vehicles by 2035.


Violations of UCLA public health measures could result in suspension, expulsion

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Students may face temporary suspension, expulsion or exclusion from university housing if they violate university public health requirements, UCLA announced Wednesday. UCLA will require individuals on campus to complete daily symptoms surveys, cooperate with the campus staff who administer contact tracing, follow quarantine requirements and maintain social distancing, according to guidelines released Wednesday.


UCLA named top public university by US News and World Report for fourth time in a row


LA County eases practice restrictions, UCLA and USC football wait on Pac-12 approval


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The Bruin Gastronomer: Stripped-Down Breakfast Taco

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Cooking in college can be daunting. The Bruin Gastronomer aims to give students the knowledge and tools to cook affordable, simple and delicious meals that will fill brains and bellies alike.

The Quad: The Paycheck Protection Program and how it has affected Westwood businesses

The Quad: The current state of the USPS and how changes will impact voting in Nov.

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 Opinion

Op-ed: Passing Proposition 16 is a vital step in allowing equitable opportunities for all

Racial equity is on the ballot for Californians this November. Proposition 16 is an amendment that would repeal Proposition 209, a 1996 measure that eliminates... Read more »


Editorial Cartoon: Said the professor, from his ivory tower


Editorial Cartoon: Zoom internships


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Opinion Poll


LA City Council recently voted to reinstate limitations regarding homeless LA drivers living in their cars. These regulations will run until January, and states that they are prohibited from spending the night in their cars on residential streets, or live in their vehicles at any time within a block of a park, school, preschool or daycare facility. What are your thoughts on this? Submit View results without voting »