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(Jesse Wang/Daily Bruin)

(Jesse Wang/Daily Bruin)

William Zou: Midterm dates should be posted before enrollment begins

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They say that fortune favors the prepared – yet, UCLA students frequently face sudden academic issues beyond their control that can easily derail their meticulously plotted-out course plans.



Freshman guard Lonzo Ball played all 40 minutes in Saturday afternoon's game and led No. 4 UCLA with 17 points in a 83-82 victory over Utah. (Courtesy of Chris Ayers/The Daily Utah Chronicle)

Men’s basketball escapes with one-point win over Utah

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Freshman point guard Lonzo Ball led No. 4 UCLA men’s basketball to an 83-82 win over Utah Saturday to complete the Bruins’ first sweep of a road trip during coach Steve Alford’s tenure.


UCLA football lets go of offensive line coach Adrian Klemm

UCLA offensive line coach Adrian Klemm was fired after five seasons with the Bruins. (Daily Bruin file photo)
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Adrian Klemm, UCLA football’s controversy-laden offensive line coach, has been fired just weeks shy of national signing day, according to multiple reports. Scout.com initially reported the move.


Bruin Custom Print replaces Game On! in Ackerman Union

The Bruin Custom Print center opened for printing and bookbinding on Monday in Ackerman Union, replacing video game center Game On!. (Daniel Leibowitz/Daily Bruin)
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Students can bind loose-leaf textbooks and add custom designs to clothing at a new printing center that opened in Ackerman Union on Monday. Bruin Custom Print provides printing, loose-leaf course material binding and clothing embroidery on the A-level of Ackerman Union.


Reel Representation: New ‘Star Wars’ films bring much-needed diversity to Hollywood


Letter to the Editor: UCLA basketball fans should respect opposing teams


Coffee Cultured: Trying different coffee chains’ cold brew

(Noelle Cho/Daily Bruin)
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From latte art videos on Facebook to not-so-witty quotes on T-shirts, coffee is an indisputable aspect of our everyday lives. Every frappy hour is national news, and liking the taste of coffee is viewed as a mark of adulthood.

Quad Questions: What do domestic UCLA students get wrong about international students?

The Quad: High school friendship can change, and that’s okay


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Fashion Friday: Week 1, Winter 2017



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 Opinion

Members of Bruins Against Sexual Harassment and the Bruin Consent Coalition protested outside Gabriel Piterberg's class Monday morning. Piterberg has been accused of sexual harassment by two of his former students. (Jintak Han/Assistant Photo editor)

Submission: Piterberg’s return exposes dangerous tolerance in administration

On the first day of winter quarter, professor Gabriel Piterberg’s two history classes were canceled due to student protests against the professor. Protesters were present... Read more »


Editorial Cartoon: Don’t get me started


Editorial Cartoon: Castro ha muerto


Editorial Cartoon: 2016 Deaths


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Radio reporter Jonaki Mehta, photographer Sonja Bartlett and an external translator, Ravindranath Chandran, spent nine days in Vadamanappakkam covering the progress and effectiveness of Project RISHI’s initiatives and exploring the complexities of this rural village and its residents. This project was made possible by the Bridget O’Brien Scholarship Foundation, which has funded UCLA’s student journalists for eight years to cover stories of a global reach and local impact.

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Opinion Poll


UCLA's child care facilities, which care for children of faculty and graduate student parents, are currently undergoing an investigation by the administration after several parents and employees complained about poor management affecting the children's wellbeing. The investigation is being undertaken by a task force created by the executive vice chancellor. What do you think about this issue? Submit View results without voting »