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LADWP contains water main burst, limits flooding to UCLA structures

A water main burst on Sunset Boulevard, flooding several UCLA structures, including parking lots 4 and 7 and the Intramural Field. The pipe has since been shut off and the water has been contained, a UCLA official said. (Kanishka Mehra/Photo editor)

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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 officials said.


UCLA report shows voting pattern variations across racial groups in California

Asian American and Latino voter decisions in California are not as predictable or progressive as previously thought, UCLA faculty said. Voters of color can significantly affect California politics but changes must be made in voter education and political advertising, according to a report published by the UCLA Latino Policy & Politics Initiative and the UCLA Asian American Studies Center on Feb. Read more...





UCLA’s new autonomous delivery robots

Associated Students UCLA began using Starship robots in January to autonomously deliver food throughout campus. While plans to bring the delivery bots onto campus began before the pandemic, they now offer a contactless way for people to get food around UCLA. Read more...


UCLA Ashe Center COVID-19 Briefing – February

Join the Daily Bruin for a conversation with Bettina Pedone, director of quality and informatics at the Arthur Ashe Student Health and Wellness Center, about updates on student COVID-19 vaccinations – from preparations for student vaccinations to the future of COVID-19 protocols and more. Read more...


USAC Recap – Feb. 23

The Undergraduate Students Association Council created two council member stipends reserved for undocumented students within USAC. The council also approved a resolution in support of the Protecting Equal Access to Care Everywhere Act, which advocates for equitable patient access to health care facilities. Read more...



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