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UCLA Blue is the dark bluecolor and is described as a deep sky blue and is accompanied by a sun gold, UCLA Gold. Both are colloquially referred to as 'blue and gold'. Its use was approved by the Chancellor of UCLA in March 2004.
The hexadecimal value of the color is 536895. and is a Pantone color.
UCLA Blue is used by the school's academic and administrative units, which is different from True Blue adopted by UCLA Athletics
With the cites currently used. Mtking(edits) 06:13, 14 November 2011 (UTC)
Oppose Thanks for proposing the merge to WP:PRESERVE the information and sparing AfD resources. I'd say to keep the stub based on an other stuff exists argument, and my not being sure if a different consensus exists for colors. Many other color articles fall into the same situation as this one, such as powder blue. For most colors, not much can be written about them aside from color values (web, Pantone, etc), and perhaps items that are associated with the color. In the case of UCLA Blue, there is additional description of how it differs between academia and athletics and improper use of the term in the press. While "other stuff" is sometimes be a weak argument, it cant be discounted without at least considering the precedents.
Comment If merged, why not merge verbatim?—Bagumba (talk) 07:13, 14 November 2011 (UTC)
Merge or delete. I doubt that it really passes the GNG; mentions by non-UCLA sources are generally trivial passing mentions amid coverage of a UCLA sports team &c. bobrayner (talk) 08:08, 14 November 2011 (UTC)