The collection consists of 199 reels of microfilmed print issues of the UCLA student newspaper,
The Daily Bruin, and its predecessor,
The Normal Outlook.
The Daily Bruin is the student newspaper at the University of California, Los Angeles. It began publishing in 1919, the same year UCLA was
founded. The Daily Bruin was preceded by The Normal Outlook on the campus of UCLA's predecessor, the Los Angeles State Normal School, from 1910 through 1918. Over the years it went
by Cub Californian (1919-1924), California Grizzly (1924-1926), California Daily Bruin (1926-1943, 1944-1948), California Bruin (1943-1944), and UCLA Daily Bruin (1948-present).
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