Saturday, April 13

On a sunny day, illustrated Bruin bears take in Robert Irwin’s Central Garden at the Getty Center. The museum will host its annual College Night on Monday evening. (Photo by Jake Greenberg-Bell/Daily Bruin staff. Photo illustration by Joy Chen/Daily Bruin)

Getty Center’s College Night invites students to reexamine history through art


The Getty Center’s annual College Night strives to display accessible, inquiry-driven art to a college-aged audience. Set to begin Monday at 6 p.m., the event hosts a plethora of artists with a wide range of mediums and interactive aspects – such as a pop-up installation and experimental documentary – alongside hands-on activities, tours, food and music.

USC student, UCLA Blood & Platelet Center collaborate to host blood drive


Bruins and Trojans have spilled “blood” for nearly a century – so for University of Southern California student Aidan Dayani, UCLA was a natural place to look for blood.

Forehand puts Jorge Plans Gonzalez at forefront of UCLA men’s tennis victory


It all came down to court six. Senior Jorge Plans Gonzalez and Hudson Rivera were in combat to determine the fortune of their respective teams. The Bruins and Cardinal stood on either end of the court, watching the battle unfold.

UCLA experts discuss potential impact of CA’s budget deficit on UC funding


As Gov. Gavin Newsom and the California legislature tackle the state’s nearly $60 billion estimated budget deficit, some UCLA experts said the UC’s funding might be at risk – which could lead to tuition hikes or altered admissions – while others said the University will remain unaffected.

Prep.Pie assembles studying resources for Bruins through generative AI

Undefeated UCLA women’s water polo will travel north to face California

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Why is youth voter turnout so low, and how can it be improved?


This post was updated March 31 at 10:13 p.m. California held its primary elections March 5, officially kick-starting the voting season in the state until the general election in November.

Examining how school zoning regulations contribute to socioeconomic disparities

Digging into Westwood’s food scene, from mom and pop shops to big businesses



This Week: April 12

Gallery: UCLA beach volleyball celebrates Senior Day with back-to-back sweeps

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Academic student workers and graduate student researchers represented by the United Auto Workers union recently ended a nearly six-week strike in which they called for better working conditions and equitable wages. The contract stipulates pay increases for all workers – for some, pay increases of up to 80% – as well as anti-harassment policies and increased childcare support. However, the negotiations have struck controversy among some UAW members dissatisfied with the results of the contract. What are your thoughts on this issue? Submit View results without voting »