Sunday, September 25

Senior running back Zach Charbonnet attempts to escape the grasp of a defender. Charbonnet posted three touchdowns through three quarters as UCLA football cruised to a win over Colorado. (Anya Yakimenko/Daily Bruin staff)

UCLA football beats Buffaloes in blowout, secures 4-0 record


This post was updated Sept. 24 at 4:35 p.m. BOULDER — As her predecessors have done for generations, Ralphie VI the Buffalo stormed the field ahead of kickoff.

UCLA women’s volleyball unable to secure victory against USC


Quiet filled Pauley Pavilion as the Bruins were down by two sets and on the verge of losing the third. Then, over 7,000 people erupted. Peyton Dueck had just secured the third set for the blue and gold in overtime.

Women’s soccer defeats California in front of sold-out crowd to start Pac-12 play


In front of a sold-out crowd, the Bruins started Pac-12 play with a bang. No. 1 UCLA women’s soccer (9-0-0, 1-0-0 Pac-12) began its Pac-12 slate with a 4-2 victory over California (5-2-3, 0-1-0 Pac-12), marking the start of the Bruins’ quest for a third consecutive Pac-12 title.

No. 1 UCLA women’s soccer kicks off conference slate with California matchup


Friday night lights are back at Wallis Annenberg Stadium. No. 1 UCLA women’s soccer (8-0) is set to take on California (5-1-3) on Friday at 8 p.m.

Antonio Lysy brings Bach to the future in sculpture garden performance

UCLA men’s water polo to test undefeated record at MPSF Invite tournament

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The Quad: Fourth-year UCLA students discuss entering the work force post-COVID


Many students may be wondering what corporate America post-graduation and post-COVID looks like. Upon wrapping up their summer internships, three Bruins reflect on what the job hunt may have in store.

Ackerman Union adds new dining options ahead of fall quarter

The Quad: UCLA alumni reflect on entrepreneurial journey, facing uncertainty



Gallery: UCLA women’s volleyball loses to crosstown rival USC in home opener

Gallery: UCLA football bulldozes Buffaloes in first conference game of season

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