UCLA's team of math students earned its best finish in the prestigious William Lowell Putnam Mathematical Competition since 1968.
UCLA's annual student talent show enjoyed the bigger stage and more seats.
The collection of some 1,500 meteorites includes a 357-pound chunk from Arizona donated to UCLA by philanthropist William Andrews Clark, Jr.
The Human Rights & International Criminal Law Online Forum, started by law professor Richard Steinberg and his students, has become a closely watched international "moot court" for opinions by top international jurists, legal scholars, lawyers and policymakers.
Annelie Rugg rides 22 miles to work at UCLA, crossing the Santa Monica Mountains. Video and Q&A
Chancellor Block and staff members took 10 minutes to exercise at CHS Plaza in honor of Dr. Antronette (Toni) Yancey. Similar events were held elsewhere. Photos
"(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction" is older than the students in the UCLA Bruin Marching Band. But they had fun playing the song at L.A's Staples Center. Story and video
Highlights include offerings in international theater, modern dance, music and spoken word.
The UCLA Health System postponed twenty-five percent of the surgeries scheduled for Tuesday and Wednesday and lowered the patient census to about 80 percent. Approximately 550 replacement workers and redeployed administration staff will fill in for striking workers. More strike news updates
UCLA's Alumni Association honors six alumni on May 17 for outstanding achievement in their professional fields and contributions to society.
Also: Alumni Day on Saturday
UCLA In the News
An article in the Los Angeles Times profiled the Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center's care coordinator program, which is intended to improve follow-up care for hospital patients after they're discharged so that they don't suffer complications that require further hospitalization.