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Sophomore Emma Malabuyo performs on beam at UCLA gymnastics’ Meet the Bruins intrasquad in December. The Bruins will return to Pauley Pavilion for their first official home meet of the year Sunday. (Megan Cai/Assistant Photo editor)

UCLA gymnastics to host Oregon State for 1st meet back in Pauley Pavilion


Midway through her fifth year with the Bruins, Margzetta Frazier will be competing in her final home opener. “It’s going to be a party,” the redshirt senior said.

Forging Fear: 21st-century horror films teem with tropes of torture, technology


In the more than 90 years since its conception, the horror genre in film has undergone major ebbs and flows in its storylines and themes. Horror movies have always influenced and shaped each other throughout history.

UCLA women’s basketball suffers loss to Colorado in tightly-contested overtime


Despite the perseverance of the Bruin freshmen and a back-and-forth game, the blue and gold was unable to pull-off a win in overtime. No. 8 UCLA women’s basketball (17-4, 6-3 Pac-12) fell to No.

USAC funding delays increase stress, workload for student organization members


Funding delays from the Undergraduate Students Association Council have impeded event planning and increased stress for student organization leaders. Student organizations can apply to receive funding from among 15 different USAC funds, according to the USAC website.

Sundance 2023 Q&A: Cast, director of thriller film ‘Eileen’ discuss complex character dynamics

UCLA gymnastics looks to honor legacy of Title IX in Equity Meet

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The Quad: Although pandemic left lasting impacts on Bruins, students have proven resilient


With the shift to hybrid learning caused by the pandemic, Bruins around the world had to learn to adjust to new ways of teaching. Despite the majority of classes returning to in-person settings, students and staff reflect on lasting personal and academic impacts of COVID-19.

The Quad: Study abroad programs offer Bruins lifelong benefits, opportunities for growth

The Quad: Exploring the lack of Indigenous culture and history in US education



Gallery: Attendees gather for vigil in remembrance of California mass shooting victims

Gallery: UCLA men’s basketball falls short of win in crosstown rivalry rematch with USC

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