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2021 Graduation Issue

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At the end of each spring quarter, the Daily Bruin reflects on the achievements and lessons of the past year. Click here to explore stories of old connections, new beginnings and unrelenting hope in the Daily Bruin’s 2021 Graduation Issue: “Sunrise.”



The class of 2021 embraces silver linings during hybrid commencement

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UCLA held in-person graduation processions for the class of 2021 from June 10 to June 15 at Drake Stadium. Amid decreasing COVID-19 case numbers in Los Angeles County, UCLA decided to implement hybrid graduation for the class of 2021, with in-person processions in addition to online ceremonies.


California lifts workplace mask requirements for fully vaccinated employees

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Fully vaccinated workers can stop mask-wearing and physical distancing in the workplace, according to new guidelines approved Thursday.  The California Occupational Safety and Health Standards Board approved revised COVID-19-related worksite guidelines Thursday with a 5-1 vote.


UCLA to resume full capacity fan attendance for select outdoor athletic events

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After a full year of sports without regular fan attendance, Bruin fans will be back to cheering on their teams. UCLA Athletics announced Tuesday afternoon that certain outdoor athletic events will be open to full seating capacity for the 2021-22 season, in accordance with California’s updated COVID-19 protocols.


California to enter final stage of reopening plan, relaxing mask requirements


UCLA students aspire to address inequities in higher education


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The Quad: As pandemic slowly comes to an end, graduates embrace uncertain futures

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While the end of the school year can be an exciting time for Bruin graduates entering the workforce, it also comes with much uncertainty as it rides on the heels of the COVID-19 pandemic.

The Quad: Pre-health students explore benefits of gap year before graduate school

The Quad: International Bruins reflect on distance, family after year of remote learning

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Gallery: UCLA softball fails to defend NCAA title with 10-3 loss to Oklahoma



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