Year in the Life at UCLA
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Your journey began with a letter.
Congratulations! It is our great pleasure to offer you admission to UCLA for Fall Quarter 2009.
This is a remarkable achievement. You were selected from more than 55,000 students who applied to UCLA this year.
You attended orientation and learned the “history” of UCLA.
A little while later, you moved to your first dorm room.
You boogied at Bruin Bash and got your hands dirty at Volunteer Day.
You submitted your ballots, Barack Obama was re-elected as president and Proposition 30, Gov. Jerry Brown's tax initiative, passed.
You watched the first Bruin basketball game in the newly-renovated Pauley Pavilion.
Students then danced for 26 hours straight at Dance Marathon in 2012 to raise $475,422.57 to combat pediatric AIDS.
At the end of the quarter, students relieved the stress of finals by stripping down to their bare basics for the Undie Run and screaming at the top of their lungs during midnight yell.
After spring break, students elected their next USAC representatives.
Then rocked Pauley Pavilion during Spring Sing.
A few weeks later, students took over the Intramural Field for two days of music at the JazzReggae Festival.
Then, this weekend we’ll say farewell to the class of 2013.
... and hello to a diploma.