“You’ve changed,” I said, my words echoing in the newly remodeled Daily Bruin office and sticking to the fresh blue paint.
After 15 months of remote editorship, just standing in Kerckhoff Hall 118 felt like a fever dream and even more so with the fancy new decor.
Asian American and Pacific Islander Bruins discuss experiences from growing up and share how their communities and culture have impacted their identity.
When Tyler, The Creator wrote “CALL ME IF YOU GET LOST,” he left the caps lock on.
The Los Angeles native rapper and musician’s latest rhythmically diverse, 16-track lineup jigsaws together the beloved parts of his older music at the risk of sacrificing the album’s cohesiveness.
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.
From before sunrise to after dark, Westwood businesses reopen to a reduced capacity as Los Angeles County moves into the yellow tier.
While UCLA is offering a limited in-person commencement ceremony for the class of 2021, many students will not be attending the live event, accepting their degrees remotely instead.
Have you ever watched a viral TikTok and felt like you could be friends with the creator based merely on a few seconds of video?
While these influencers may not be A-list celebrities, it is actually quite common to be fascinated by the lives of strangers with large followings.
Lead Faculty-in-Residence Neil Garg has lived on the Hill for nine years with his family, longer than the typical UCLA student could ever imagine – and this year has been unlike any other.
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