Tuesday, May 24

Members of No. 5 seed UCLA softball cheer on redshirt junior second baseman Anna Vines following her first home run of the season in a game against Ole Miss on Sunday. Vines drilled a three-run homer over the centerfield wall in the top of the third inning to guide the Bruins to the run-rule triumph in the Los Angeles Regional Championship. (Marc-Anthony Rosas/Daily Bruin)

UCLA softball razes Rebels in Los Angeles Regional Championship win


This post was updated May 22 at 11:10 p.m. The Bruins are advancing to their eighth consecutive Super Regionals in run-rule fashion. No. 5 seed UCLA softball (46-8, 19-5 Pac-12) defeated Ole Miss (41-19, 12-12 SEC) by a score of 9-1 in five innings to clinch the Los Angeles Regional Championship on Sunday.

UCLA baseball closes out regular season with series win over No. 2 Oregon State


The Bruins have won a series in Corvallis for the first time in 12 years. No. 23 UCLA baseball (35-20, 19-11 Pac-12) traveled up north and took two games from No.

Study finds less relief given to Asian American, Latino renters during pandemic


Asian American and Latino renters in California were substantially underrepresented among households that applied for and received rent assistance throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a UCLA study.

Cinematic Culture: Mysteries let audiences find logic and security in a confused world


From lighthearted rom-coms to bloodcurdling horror flicks, movies tend to follow a formula for storytelling made successful by the predecessors of their genres. Given the recurring character and narrative archetypes that characterize each genre, people have come to know and identify with these tropes by relating them to their own lives.

Student-run business Hooked by Helen shares handcrafted crochet creations

Trio of women’s tennis players gears up for NCAA singles, doubles championships

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The Quad: UCLA’s quarterly Undie Run celebrates 20th anniversary as school tradition


At the strike of midnight the Wednesday of each finals week, UCLA students strip down to their bras, boxers and briefs. UCLA’s tradition of a quarterly “Undie Run” celebrated its 20th anniversary this school year.

The Quad: Bruins cultivate community in digital media, gaming spaces

Throwback Thursday: Reflecting on revival of Westwood Village’s businesses



Gallery: Student performances light up the stage at Spring Sing

Graphic: Meals and drinks below $9 at ASUCLA restaurants across campus

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