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Subscribe to the UCLA RSS (Really Simple Syndication) feed, and our Pressroom news headlines
will be automatically delivered to your desktop.

To view one of the UCLA feeds in your RSS aggregator:
1. Click on the RSS icon.
or
2. Copy the URL/shortcut to the topic that interests you. Then paste the URL into your reader.
 
UCLA News feed (All Categories)
http://newsroom.ucla.edu/portal/ucla/news.xml
UCLA Academics & Faculty feed
http://newsroom.ucla.edu/portal/ucla/academics-faculty-rss.xml
UCLA Arts & Humanities feed
http://newsroom.ucla.edu/portal/ucla/arts-humanities-rss.xml
UCLA Campus News feed
http://newsroom.ucla.edu/portal/ucla/campus-news-rss.xml
UCLA Health Sciences feed
http://newsroom.ucla.edu/portal/ucla/health-sciences-rss.xml
UCLA Research feed
http://newsroom.ucla.edu/portal/ucla/research-rss.xml
UCLA Student Affairs feed
http://newsroom.ucla.edu/portal/ucla/student-affairs-rss.xml
UCLA News Week feed
http://newsroom.ucla.edu/portal/ucla/UCLANewsWeek-rss.xml
 
What is RSS?
Really Simple Syndication (RSS) provides you with an easy way to view news releases from UCLA. In addition to visiting UCLA news, you can use RSS to keep current. Using an RSS reader, you can view data feeds from various sources.

How Do I Use RSS?
An RSS reader (or aggregator) is an application you can use to select and read data feeds. There are many RSS readers available for download, and most are free.

RSS readers enable you to collect and display RSS feeds. By automatically retrieving updates, they help you stay current with news releases as they are posted.

There are several ways to access RSS feeds. You can install an aggregator that displays RSS feeds from the websites you select, enabling you to view multiple postings at once. You can copy the URL above and paste it into your reader, or right-click on the XML button to view the data and find the URL. For more information, visit your favorite search engine and look up "RSS reader aggregator. "

If you would like to stop receiving the UCLA News RSS feed, simply remove it from your RSS reader or aggregator.
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