Saturday, May 18

Kerckhoff Hall, where the Undergraduate Students Association Council offices are housed, is pictured. The USA Elections Board announced the results of the 2024 student government elections at 8 p.m. Friday. (Daily Bruin file photo)

Bruins elect 1st international student as USAC president in 2024 elections

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This post was updated May 17 at 9:15 p.m. For the first time in the Undergraduate Students Association Council’s history, Bruins have elected an international student as president.



Fall to Tennessee ends UCLA women’s tennis’ NCAA title bid

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This post was updated May 18 at 3:37 p.m. STILLWATER, Okla. – Chaos defies all predictability. It’s ever-unpredictable by definition, twisting and turning in its course.


UCLA softball secures spot in regional final with comeback win over Virginia Tech

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In professional wrestling, hot tags come when one member of a tag team falls behind and needs to bring in their well-rested teammate. Oftentimes, it spells the end of the game – the strength of a reinforcement pushes the tag team toward victory while bringing the crowd together behind a comeback effort.


Votes to censure, express no confidence in Gene Block fail in UCLA Academic Senate

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The UCLA Academic Senate failed to pass both a vote to censure and a vote of no confidence in Chancellor Gene Block in its Thursday meeting.  The resolution of no confidence in Block received 43% of votes in favor, and the resolution to censure Block received 50% of votes in favor, according to an email sent to senate faculty from Linda Sarna, the senate’s secretary.


UC-AFT files unfair labor practice charge against UC


Mother’s Day-themed Broxton Nights Market brings families, community together


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Evaluating Los Angeles’ flood control measures following historic winter rainfall

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Downtown Los Angeles experienced one of its historically wettest months February, hitting a record 12.56 inches of rain three weeks into the month, according to the LA Daily News.

Navigating LA’s evolving transportation options as a Bruin

Music sets tempo for many students’ social lives, productivity levels

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Academic student workers and graduate student researchers represented by the United Auto Workers union recently ended a nearly six-week strike in which they called for better working conditions and equitable wages. The contract stipulates pay increases for all workers – for some, pay increases of up to 80% – as well as anti-harassment policies and increased childcare support. However, the negotiations have struck controversy among some UAW members dissatisfied with the results of the contract. What are your thoughts on this issue? Submit View results without voting »