Nation, World + Society When it comes to stopping genocide, there’s a will but not a way

Zócalo panel agrees that hurdles such as lack of an official definition make it difficult to halt genocide.

Centennial Campaign for UCLA Stars and street artists help raise $2 million for pediatric research

Children’s Discovery and Innovation Institute at Mattel Children’s Hospital UCLA celebrated its Kaleidoscope Ball.

After Hours: Filmmakers document the art of becoming an artist

William McDonald and Pamela Beere Briggs discuss 'Something Like a Sabbatical.'

Baltimore’s riots and the language of change

History professor Robin D.G. Kelley: Don’t assume that efforts to ease racial tensions have worked.

UCLA family resilience model to help female veterans and their children

Behavioral health intervention developed at UCLA will help female veterans and their families at new facility in San Pedro.

Media Guide to UCLA Experts
Nepal earthquake damage
Earthquake in Nepal

A major earthquake at the convergence of the Eurasian and Indian tectonic plates has killed at least 3,900 people in four countries. The worst devastation hit Kathmandu, the capital of Nepal.

UCLA faculty earthquake experts.

Chancellor Block and Rachel Robinson Around campus
Honoring No. 42

UCLA announces Jackie Robinson Athletics and Recreation Complex