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Chancellor Gene Block welcomes new Bruins

Chancellor Gene Block formally welcomed new freshmen and transfer students to UCLA Sunday at the Los Angeles Tennis Center stadium as the campus prepares to kick off the 2014-15 academic year.

Students start higher education with a higher purpose

For UCLA's sixth annual Volunteer Day on Sept. 29, 7,300 Bruins will blanket Los Angeles County helping out at schools, veterans' sites, senior centers, shelters, parks and more, before classes even begin.

UCLA empowers new students with information about sexual assault

For the past quarter century, UCLA’s New Student and Transition Programs in the UCLA College’s Division of Undergraduate Education has been addressing issues related to sexual violence, sexual health, and alcohol and substance abuse during orientation as a way to help students better navigate their first year as Bruins.

New students catch the Bruin beat

Hundreds of new new Bruins caught the beat of the Taiko Kyodo drummers from the Nikkei Student Union, one of numerous cultural groups that performed outside Ackerman Union on Tuesday, Aug. 12, as part of new student orientation for incoming freshmen.

Getting 9,000 new Bruins ready for school

The complex task of introducing 9,000 incoming freshmen and transfer students to UCLA's campus and culture is a yearlong job for Roxanne Neal and her staff.
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