Friday, November 27

Dozens of nurses gathered outside a UCLA hospital to protest their working conditions and urge the public to be safe over the Thanksgiving holiday. (Finn LeeAnne Chitwood/Daily Bruin)

UCLA nurses hold vigil to protest working conditions, highlight safety concerns

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Dozens of UCLA Health nurses gathered outside a UCLA hospital Monday evening at a vigil to protest their working conditions during the COVID-19 pandemic. The nurses held signs and candles outside the main entrance of the Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center.



Alumnus’ website aims to start off on the right foot, streamline sneaker trading

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Sole360 is normalizing online sneaker trading. While most major sneaker marketplaces revolve around buying and selling, Sole360 exclusively focuses on helping users trade sneakers through the website as the company verifies shipments.


UCLA men’s basketball endures defeat against San Diego State in season opener

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This post was updated Nov. 25 at 11:01 p.m. SAN DIEGO—After all the wait, the Bruins did something they haven’t done in nine seasons – lose their first game.


The Quad: COVID-19 means a different kind of Black Friday is in store for shoppers

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Black Friday is notorious for its good deals, long lines and enthusiastic shoppers. But with COVID-19 cases on the rise, the day that many wait for all year may look different from past seasons.


Men’s basketball looks to continue defensive improvements in upcoming season


Required Taste: Understanding our relationship with food from farm to table


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The Quad: Discussing politics during Thanksgiving can be uncomfortable, but manageable

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Thanksgiving celebrations can be a heartwarming gathering of one’s family and loved ones – but once politics are served at the dinner table, things can get messy.

The Quad: Recognizing the true origins of the Thanksgiving celebration

The Quad: COVID-19 means a different kind of Black Friday is in store for shoppers

 News

LADWP contains water main burst, limits flooding to UCLA structures

This post was updated Aug. 23 at 2:30 p.m. A water main break that flooded multiple structures on campus Sunday morning has been contained, UCLA... Read more »


UCLA announces tuition accommodation for nonresident doctoral students


UC Regents recap – Nov. 18-19


GSA Recap – Nov. 19



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