Since 1919, The Daily Bruin is a student run media outlet and has served as UCLA’s daily source of campus news for students, staff and members of the UCLA Community. The paper, originally known as Normal Outlook and then Cub Californian, has mostly published each school day of the year since the mid-1920s. The Bruin is now the only five-day paper serving a University of California campus.
In the Daily Bruin’s central-campus office, about 250 students work in 14 editorial sections to produce the paper each day. Students serve as the paper’s editors, reporters, photographers, video journalists, designers and programmers. An editorial board composed of UCLA students serves as the newspaper’s official voice on matters concerning students.
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