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Sept. 18, 2023 12:22 p.m.
UCLA named No. 1 public university in the US for 7th consecutive year

U.S. News & World Report’s 2024 public university rankings placed UCLA at the top spot for the seventh year in a row, tied with UC Berkeley.

By Sharla Steinman


Sept. 10, 2023 5:56 p.m.
Expanding housing for students: Two new apartment buildings rise in Westwood

This post was updated Sept. 12 at 3:20 p.m.
Two new apartment buildings are being created in the Westwood area to further support housing for UCLA students.

By Sharla Steinman

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Sept. 13, 2023 5:39 p.m.
Theater review: ‘Aladdin’ offers magic carpet ride through enchanting vocals, humorous dialogue

Senzel Ahmady (left) and Adi Roy (right) star as Princess Jasmine and Aladdin in “Aladdin,” respsectively. Based on Disney’s 1992 animated film, the musical will have a limited run at the Hollywood Pantages Theatre through Sept. 23. (Courtesy of Deen van Meer/Disney)

“Aladdin” is granting audiences far more than three wishes to come true.
Based on Disney’s 1992 animated film, the hit Broadway musical “Aladdin” has returned to Los Angeles, parading a fresh yet familiar approach to the Academy Award-winning comedy.

By Victoria Munck


Out of Bounds: Previewing UCLA football’s showdown with Utah

Gallery: International superstar Jay Park launches WON SOJU in the US

Out of Bounds: Recapping UCLA football’s win vs. SDSU, looking ahead

Gallery: UCLA football keeps San Diego State University at bay in 35-10 win

73 Questions with Daily Bruin

Out of Bounds: UCLA football vs. Coastal Carolina recap, SDSU game preview


Sept. 9, 2023 9:43 p.m.
Study finds patterns in health disparity across different genetic ancestry groups

UCLA researchers used genetic data from people in Los Angeles to identify different groups’ disease risk and better understand health disparities.
In the study published in July, the researchers used data collected as part of the UCLA ATLAS Community Health Initiative – including medical info from patients across LA – to see whether they could understand why certain communities might be more likely to receive certain diagnoses or seek hospital care, said Noah Zaitlen, the paper’s corresponding author.

By Danielle H. Cho