Tuesday, November 30

The office of general representative 2 in the Undergraduate Students Association Council is leading an effort to add Braille signs in Boelter Hall. (Daily Bruin file photo).

UCLA aims to add Braille signs to Boelter Hall, improve accessibility

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UCLA is working on a measure to add Braille signs in Boelter Hall to improve accessibility for visually impaired students. The office of general representative Passa Pungchai in the Undergraduate Students Association Council undertook the project to improve Boelter Hall.



Five Things: UCLA vs. California

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In its final conference game of 2021, UCLA football (8-4, 6-3 Pac-12) routed California (4-7, 3-5) to the tune of 42-14. The Bruins went down midway through the second quarter but proceeded to score 32 unanswered points to secure their second-largest Pac-12 victory of the campaign.


Researchers at UCLA develop computer-free technology for deciphering holograms

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UCLA researchers developed a computer-free system that can instantaneously reconstruct holograms, helping further technology in the field of optical processing, according to an Oct. 27 study.


‘Succession’ season 3 recap – episode 7: ‘Too Much Birthday’

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There have been happier birthdays than this. After last week’s conservative convention, “Succession” enters the final third of its latest season with a Kendall-centric episode that mainly takes place at his 40th birthday bash.


USAC recap – Nov. 23


UCLA women’s basketball ends winning streak with losses in Gulf Coast Showcase


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The Quad: How Indigenous Bruins honor roots beyond Native American Heritage Month

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This post was updated Nov. 28 at 10:23 p.m. As Native American Heritage Month comes to a close, it is important to reflect on how Indigenous individuals honor their heritage.

The Quad: Transfer students face unique challenges navigating research opportunities

The Quad: UCLA women bring big ideas to life through small businesses

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UCLA Ashe Center COVID-19 Briefing – November



Gallery: Women’s volleyball loses first-place conference standing following loss to USC


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