Nation, World + Society A snapshot of students who attend women's colleges

Education professor Linda Sax undertook a study to better understand changes.

Health + Behavior Turning the tables on cancer with immunotherapy

More cancer patients are being snatched from the precipice by novel treatments.

Q&A: Biochemist finds peace of mind in martial arts

A UCLA researcher by day, he is transformed into a black-belted martial arts master by night and on weekends.

Five ways to improve gender equity in the tech sector

Better mentoring and performance reviews, more transparency are among the recommendations.

Homelessness is not inevitable

Obstacles are sending greater numbers onto the streets, said a UCLA-Zocalo panel of experts on homelessness.

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.

Obama rally at Pauley Pavilion Pauley Pavilion
Half century of history

Arena has hosted more than sports.