Wednesday, February 28

Pictured is a UCLA department tabling at a First Generation Awareness Week event. (Brianna Carlson/Daily Bruin)

First-Generation Awareness Week empowers UCLA students through community support

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First To Go hosted events at First-Generation Awareness Week last week on campus. A first-generation student’s parents or guardians do not have a four-year bachelor’s degree from a United States university, according to the definition used on the First To Go website.



Opinion: Improving the state of pianos on the Hill is the key to student well-being

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This post was updated Feb. 27 at 7:34 p.m. On the Hill, the piano isn’t just an instrument. It is the ambience of an evening in Sunset Village, the music before or after a meal at Bruin Plate or the beginning of a friendship.


Theater review: ‘Black Cypress Bayou’ swims through murky plot to render a haunting history

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Warning: spoilers ahead. “Black Cypress Bayou” poignantly dives into a chilling river of ancestral history. Written by Kristen Adele Calhoun and directed by Tiffany Nichole Greene, the contemporary drama follows a mother and her two daughters as they grapple with the ghostly horrors of the present, the past and the future.


‘A huge win’: UCLA gymnast Chae Campbell flies to career highs on bars and beam

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This post was updated Feb. 27 at 9:29 p.m. Chae Campbell is used to achieving high marks on vault and floor. She’s received seven perfect scores for her Yurchenko full and two perfect 10s for her floor routine.


‘He’s a clutch player’: Roch Cholowsky’s go-ahead double clinches UCLA baseball win


Q&A: UCLA professor Jasper Kok discusses how aerosols affect climate patterns


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How do enrollment times work, and how do they impact Bruins’ class choices?

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Enrollment is a recurring college experience that allows Bruins to determine their academic experience by selecting courses and their corresponding professors every quarter. According to the UCLA Registrar’s Office, enrollment for the academic year typically occurs about a month before the end of fall and winter quarters and a week after the end of spring quarter for the following quarters’ classes, while summer enrollment opens in February.

Zooming in on the future of micromobility after Bird’s bankruptcy announcement

Celebrating Lunar New Year as a Bruin and welcoming the Year of the Dragon


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 »