Thursday, October 28

Hispanic Heritage Month: My Favorite Family Recipe

Food can tell you a lot about a person’s culture and identity. Keep watching the first installment of “My Favorite Family Recipe” to hear about fifth-year student Juan Diego Martinez’s favorite dish and what it means to him.


Return to Office

The Daily Bruin has missed its newsroom. With Bruins finally prepared to head back to campus and in-person activities, Daily Bruin staff share their favorite memories from time spent in the office and their hopes for this upcoming year. More »

Bruins in the Olympics | Daily Bruin

After being postponed for a year, the 2020 Olympic Games are finally underway. Keep watching to see Daily Bruin Video’s interview with five UCLA coaches as they discuss Olympic history and the past, present and future UCLA athletes who are competing in Tokyo. More »

Apply to the Daily Bruin

Daily Bruin applications are now live. Click the link below to view the current positions open within UCLA’s award-winning student newspaper – and make sure to submit your application by Oct. More »

Hour By Hour: UCLA Students Around The World

With instruction completely online, Bruins are attending class from all around the world – and their daily lives differ hour by hour. From online classes to their morning routines, two Bruins from opposite sides of the world share a glimpse of their lives. More »

Politics In Your Eyes | Environment

Political science is not the only field of study that deals with politics – climate change has also been a divisive topic. Professor Glen MacDonald examines the effect of climate change in California and offers his advice on how we should communicate our concerns to move forward. More »


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