The Bruins secured its second blowout victory in nonconference play to start off the season 2-0. The blue and gold faced its first ever historically Black university and FCS opponent in its history against the Alabama State Hornets.
Daily Bruin Photo staffers reflect on some of the most memorable moments this year from behind their viewfinders.
Hundreds of demonstrators assembled across Los Angeles to protest against a potential United States Supreme Court decision that would overturn Roe v. Wade, letting states outlaw abortion.
On Earth Day, Bruins raised signs and marched through campus for the University of California-wide 2022 Earth Day Climate Rally. Protesters called on UCLA to reduce its carbon dioxide emissions and funding of fossil fuels.
At Stanford’s Maples Pavilion, the then-No. 16 Bruins went toe-to-toe with the then-No. 19 Cardinal but came up 0.050 points short in a 196.900-196.850 defeat.
For the second consecutive year, UCLA women’s basketball swept its series against crosstown rival USC. During both games, the Bruins defeated the Trojans by at least a 10-point margin.
From behind their viewfinders, Daily Bruin Photo staffers recall the stories of pictures they took this past year, ranging from protests to socially distanced portraits and sports games in empty stadiums.
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