Events What Does it Mean to be a Bruin? by BruinLife Photo November 23, 2019 written by BruinLife Photo November 23, 2019 In honor of UCLA vs USC week, here are what some UCLA students had to say about being a part of the Bruin community! Tylor McGrew, 3rd Year, Biology major“Being a Bruin means practicing school spirit in many ways like by getting involved in the community, meeting friends, and improving yourself.”Photo by Isaiah LittleNadim Sheikh, 2nd Year, International Trade major“To be a Bruin means supporting the school and the best part is the school spirit.”Photo by Chenyang LaiAshley Tang, 2nd Year, MCDB major“To be a Bruin means being a part of the LA community and having tons of school spirit.”Photo by Naomi HolmesNolan Kim, 2nd Year, Sociology major“To me, being a Bruin means achieving things I never thought I would be able to do.”Photo by Ariana FadelArbrean Sears, 2nd year, Biochemistry major“To be a Bruin is to be serious about academics and school spirit.”Photo by Anna YangDaniel Peters, 4th Year, MIMG major“To be a Bruin is to be smart, be perseverant, and be helpful.”Photo by Zhuofu LiImani Isaia, 3rd Year, Pre-Sociology major“To be a Bruin is to carry Bruin pride wherever you go. Holding your head high against adversity, and always striving for excellence in everything you do. Beat ‘SC! Go Bruins!”Photo by Catherine WangChris Mauerman, 3rd Year, Communication major“To me, being a Bruin is about recognizing the fact that we are all part of a larger community and should support and lift each other up.”Photo by Naomi HolmesClarissa Johnson, 2nd Year, Pre-Communications major“To be a Bruin is to be a community in and outside of the classroom.”Photo by Anna YangOrion Smedley, 3rd Year, Physics“If I wasn’t proud to be a Bruin, I wouldn’t be a Bruin.”Photo by Ariana FadelFatiatama’i Folau, 3rd Year, History major and African American Studies minor “To be a Bruin means kicking ass and elevatin'”Photo by Catherine WangSandhya Muragan, 3rd Year, Human Biology and Society major“To me, being a Bruin means having an abundance of school pride and an excitement to participate in activities that represent the values of UCLA!”Photo by Isaiah Little UCLAUCLA students 0 comment 3 FacebookTwitterEmail BruinLife Photo previous post Spring Break at Walt Disney World! next post A Bruin Thanksgiving You may also like Spring Sing 2022: Interview with Executive Director Ava... May 11, 2022 Lunar New Year from home February 12, 2021 Bruin Holidays December 29, 2019 A Rainy Day at UCLA December 6, 2019 A Bruin Thanksgiving December 4, 2019 Coachella or NoChella? May 5, 2019 My Experience at UCLA’S Dinner for 12 Strangers March 6, 2019 UCLA vs USC – Just the #Facts November 21, 2018 Leave a CommentYou must be logged in to post a comment.