Saturday, December 9

The outside of the Starbucks store on Weyburn Avenue is pictured. Signs with statements such as “LA says no to Genocide Joe” and “Stand with Palestine! End the occupation now!” lean against the storefront, which is also spray-painted with text including “Baby killers” and “Starbucks supports genocide.” Protesters placed the signs and spray-painted the store Friday evening, accusing Starbucks and United States President Joe Biden of supporting genocide in Gaza. (Brandon Morquecho/Assistant Photo editor)

Protesters in Westwood accuse Biden, Starbucks of supporting genocide in Gaza

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Protesters in support of Palestine spray-painted and placed posters in front of the Starbucks store on Weyburn Avenue accusing the corporation and United States President Joe Biden of supporting genocide in Gaza.

Nostalgia: Connecting Bruins to their roots and inspiring the college experience


Nostalgia has the powerful ability to connect people to their needs and sense of self, a theme presented even as far back as the tale of Greek mythological character Odysseus, according to the Society for Classical Studies.

Restaurant Review: High expectations not met in half-baked 99 Ranch Market Bakery and Cafe opening


The 99 Ranch Market Bakery and Cafe did not rise to the occasion of the grocery store’s grand opening. 99 Ranch Market officially opened its highly anticipated Westwood location last Wednesday on the cross section of Rochester Avenue and Westwood Boulevard.

UCLA men’s basketball falls to Villanova following second-half scoring drought


Villanova guard Jordan Longino attempted a jump shot with 45 seconds left as the shot clock wound down. As it had done all night, UCLA’s defense made its presence known, with redshirt sophomore guard Will McClendon’s tight contest forcing an airball on the late-game shot.

UCLA women’s basketball to take on Florida State in Hall of Fame Women’s Showcase

Film review: A triumph of absurdist fantasy, ‘Poor Things’ delivers Emma Stone at her best

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The quest for organization visibility in UCLA’s complex campus events landscape


Niche ranks UCLA as the top school in California for student life, as each day on campus, students are met with countless fundraisers, pop-ups, events and activities to enjoy.

Nostalgia: Connecting Bruins to their roots and inspiring the college experience

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