The Daily Bruin has served the UCLA community as the campus' premier student-run newspaper since 1919, and its predecessors date back to 1912. On this site you can read every issue of the Daily Bruin from 1915 to present.
The digital archives of the Daily Bruin from September 1915 to December 2002 on this site were made possible by the UCLA Library and are hosted by the Internet Archive. The more recent papers, starting in January 2003, are compiled from Daily Bruin staff archives.
This website is updated nightly with each morning's newspaper. The Bruin prints five times per week during Week 1 through Week 9 of the UCLA quarter, on Monday and Thursday of Week 10, and on Monday of Finals Week. It also prints Mondays during UCLA's summer sessions.
Bound archives of the Daily Bruin are available upon request, and may be viewed in the Bruin's offices at 118 Kerckhoff Hall, UCLA. Please call (310) 825-9898 to schedule an appointment to access the bound archives.
Use the left and right arrows, or your left and right arrow keys, to switch between pages in the archives. You may also select a specific page by changing the number at the end of this site's web address.
In order to search by date, select a month and year from the drop-down menus in the upper right corner of the site, and press the "Go" button. Dates are approximate.
For dates between 1915 and 2002, some pages may be rotated. You may use the zoom and rotate buttons at the bottom of the screen to manipulate any page between 1915 and 2002. An image may be download by right-clicking and saving as a .jpg file.
For dates more recent than 2003, you will then select a month and day in order to find the appropriate page.
Search functionality is not yet available on this site.
Use the "Historical Highlights" button to examine landmark moments in UCLA's history.