Thursday, September 24

The Community Guide

The Daily Bruin Community Guide outlines how the newsroom operates and what we’re striving to improve on for our readers. Editors and staffers share the contents of the guide and why it is important to them.


The Making of Graduation Issue 2020

Through last minute changes and tumultuous global circumstances, the Daily Bruin Online team worked tirelessly from their homes to make the 2020 Graduation Issue possible – and especially relevant to the campus community. More »

How do protests work?

With the onset of a global pandemic, a mass movement arises in solidarity with the Black Lives Matter Movement. UCLA students share personal experiences, while UCLA health care professionals discuss additional measures needed for protesting during a pandemic. More »

Meet the Daily Bruin

Summed up in a Zoom call and vlog footage, “What is the Daily Bruin?” Take a look behind the virtual scenes to learn how each section within our newsroom is operating digitally. More »

The Making of The Quad’s Yellow Fever Long-term

Audrey Pham, Blogging contributor, and Cecile Wu, assistant Blogging editor, discuss the process of writing their The Quad article about the past, present and future of “yellow fever.” Support Daily Bruin staffers and their projects by donating to the Daily Bruin Alumni Network Scholarship Campaign: https://bit.ly/3f46R6N. More »

Politics In Your Eyes | Religion

Political science is not the only field of study that deals with politics – belief can also play a role in governance. See current events through the eyes of religious philosopher Ryan Gillespie. More »


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