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(Miriam Bribiesca/Photo editor)

(Miriam Bribiesca/Photo editor)

Daily Bruin @ Coachella


Follow Daily Bruin Arts & Entertainment editor Lindsay Weinberg and Photo editor Miriam Bribiesca as they conquer Coachella.

MAC cosmetics, which opened on Westwood Boulevard Friday, will offer makeup technique classes for customers. (Alyssa Dorn/Daily Bruin staff)

New MAC cosmetics store opens in Westwood


Rows of colorful lipsticks and eye shadows now line display shelves at a new MAC cosmetics store that opened on Westwood Boulevard. MAC, a high-end makeup store, opened in a previously empty property across the street from Urban Outfitters and Victoria’s Secret on Friday.

UCLA students march for science in LA, Washington, D.C.

Thousands of scientists from across Southern California took to the streets of downtown Los Angeles to advocate for more science funding and greater communication between scientists and the public. (Ken Shin/Daily Bruin)
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Thousands of scientists, students and citizens marched in the heat from Pershing Square to Los Angeles City Hall, holding signs with science puns, calls for action and protests against President Donald Trump.

UCLA women’s water polo seizes scoring opportunities, defeats USC 11-7

Freshman attacker Maddie Musselman scored a game-high five goals for the No. 1 UCLA women's water polo team that, with a win over No. 2 USC on Saturday, has claimed the No. 1 seed for the conference championship tournament. (Aubrey Yeo/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Maddie Musselman didn’t miss until halfway through the third quarter. The freshman attacker had guarded the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation’s top scorer – Stephania Haralabidis – on defense, driven through an aggressive Trojan blockade on many of UCLA’s offensive possessions, battled to transition from one end to the other for more than 20 minutes of game time and she was still a perfect 4 for 4 before hitting the post on a Bruin power play.

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The Quad: The problem with people who dismiss microaggressions

(Creative Commons photo by Charlie Nguyen via Flickr)

UC Berkeley is infamously liberal. It’s the birthplace of the free speech movement, it stages protests that often make the front page of national dailies and its student body just elected a bipartisan student government headed by a member of the LGBTQ community.

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The escargot provençale at Soleil Westwood features six de-shelled snails cooked in a butter garlic sauce for $11. (Angelina Ruiz/Daily Bruin)

A Taste for Adventure: Escargot defies expectations with melt-in-mouth texture

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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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Last week, the Daily Bruin ran an opinion column arguing for the UCLA administration to require written assignments be turned in and graded exclusively online, perhaps via pre-existing systems such as Turnitin. The column argued the interim solution to achieving a paper-less campus would be to mandate that any written assignments longer than six pages be turned in and graded exclusively online. What do you think about this? Submit View results without voting »