Students + Campus More UCLA commuters than ever ditch the car

Only 36 percent of commuters drive alone, State of the Commute report finds.

Nation, World + Society Words used in Chinese books illuminate a nation’s changes

Values have been rising in China with rapid economic and social change.

Paintings by Silke Otto-Knapp showcased at Art Gallery of Ontario

'Land Lies in Water' features a selection of the complex, delicate canvases for which the professor of painting and drawing is known.

U.S. should look to Europe on high-speed rail

Anastasia Loukaitou-Sideris writes that design of California’s high-speed railway stations must incorporate communities around transit stops.

UCLA community engagement lauded by Carnegie

Foundation recognizes hundreds of thousands of hours of community service.

Today’s media links

UCLA physicists offer a possible solution to the puzzle of the origin of matter. Diverse casts deliver higher ratings and bigger returns at the box office. And more.

Media Guide to UCLA Experts
Fighting California wildfire
Find a UCLA expert

Many UCLA faculty are leading authorities in their fields. Some areas of expertise that are currently in the news are listed below.

Wildfires | Climate change
Israel, Gaza and the Middle East
Immigration | Latin America

Chancellor Block and Rachel Robinson Around campus
Honoring No. 42

UCLA announces Jackie Robinson Athletics and Recreation Complex