The Bruins traveled to Las Vegas to officially kick off their season by competing against three of the top five teams in the country, and opened their season with their best season-opening score in 18 years.
The Bruins trounced the Terrapins on Wednesday night in a contest that saw UCLA lead by as much as 38. The win was the program’s most resounding victory over a ranked opponent since the 2009-2010 season.
Daily Bruin Photo staffers reflect on some of the most memorable moments this year from behind their viewfinders.
Thousands of fans were on cloud nine at the third annual Head In The Clouds Music and Arts festival sponsored by music label 88rising. The two-day festival included performances by Saweetie, Rich Brian and Joji, among many others.
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.
The No. 2 seeded Bruins battled their way through a three-day Pac-12 tournament championship on their home courts at Mapes Beach. The blue and gold would sweep their first two opponents, No. 7 seed Washington and No. 3 seed Arizona, to land a spot in the championship against crosstown rivals and No. 1 seed USC after beating the Trojans earlier in the winner’s bracket final. UCLA’s championship dreams fell on the shoulders of freshmen Rileigh Powers and Jaden Whitmarsh. The duo pulled through to give the Bruins the 3-2 edge over the Trojans.
Junior guard Jules Bernard’s missed free throw at the end of regulation sent the second-round matchup of the Pac-12 tournament between UCLA men’s basketball and Oregon State into overtime. With the clock winding down to the final seconds, Bernard’s intercepted pass on an otherwise open fast break allowed the Beavers to power past the Bruins.
As the school year comes to an end, Daily Bruin photographers elaborate on their most memorable times on assignment this year, from fires and protests to concerts and sporting events.
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