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Registration Issue 2023


Welcome back to campus, and welcome to the Daily Bruin’s 2023 Registration Issue! We couldn’t be more ecstatic for the school year to begin. Each year, The Bruin’s Registration Issue boasts a range of stories and multimedia projects to help both new and returning Bruins get acquainted with what’s ahead for the coming year.

Nimoy Theater hosts glittering opening night with musical performances


Setting the streets of Westwood aglow, The Nimoy had an opening night like no other. Home to UCLA’s Center for the Art of Performance (CAP), the newly-renovated historic theater greeted guests with a shimmering marquee for its inaugural performance last night.

Mobile ordering outage affects multiple dining halls


This post was updated Sept. 25 at 4:54 p.m. UCLA Dining’s mobile ordering faced systemwide outages earlier today, preventing students from ordering. The Transact Mobile Ordering app allows students to order food using their meal plans from UCLA’s takeout dining halls, including The Study at Hedrick, Rendezvous and Bruin Café.

Writers Guild of America reaches tentative deal with studios to end strike


The Writers Guild of America and the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers arrived at a tentative deal on Sunday.  Negotiating parties for the WGA and AMPTP reached a tentative agreement on a new three-year contract, according to an emailed statement sent to WGA union members Sunday night.

After slow start, UCLA men’s soccer dominates UC Irvine in shutout game

Five Things: UCLA vs. Utah

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Researchers warn of potential rise in extreme weather in Westwood


This post was updated Sept. 27 at 10:30 p.m. The neighborhood of Westwood typically grants Bruins clear skies and warm weather, with warm months having an average daily high temperature of above 78 F in the next-door city of Beverly Hills and above 81 F in Los Angeles overall.

Lifestyle medicine seeks to prevent illness, increase students’ overall health

UCLA taps into social media platforms to connect, inform Bruin audiences



Gallery: UCLA’s fall sports go undefeated in opening games

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Opinion Poll

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 »