The former secretary of state offered her observations about Ukraine and advice to UCLA students on how they could help reinvent the U.S. economy for the 21st century.
Associate Vice Chancellor for Enrollment Management Youlanda Copeland-Morgan took part in a panel on making higher education more inclusive presented by UCLA and Zocalo Public Square. UCLA Today
Power delivered Sunday's Daniel Pearl Memorial Lecture at UCLA. Photos and full text
The UCLA Bruin Marching Band takes part in the season premiere of “The Amazing Race” on CBS. Watch clip
Restoration work on "The Black Experience" mural hidden behind a wall in Ackerman Union. More
Doctoral candidate Chris McKinlay brought higher-level mathematics to his online search for true love.
Alex Ortega is a professor with joint appointments in public health and psychiatry and bio-behavioral sciences. Faculty focus: Q&A
Former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright gave an address on international affairs in Royce Hall. "The world's a mess," she said. Story
To help East Los Angeles residents change their home environment and reduce health risks, a group of public health experts from the Fielding School of Public Health look in the refrigerator.
Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor's day-long visit included a Q&A session, student reception, lunch with the law faculty and class visit. More
Coming back to school after years — or decades — away from the classroom can be a daunting experience, but Hollywood actress-turned-television-writer-and-digital-media-producer Justine Bateman is proof-positive that it is never too late.
UCLA In the News
Britain's Daily Mail and Gizmodo reported on the opening of UCLA's Kleinrock Internet Heritage Site, which commemorates the efforts of the team of UCLA computer scientists led by Leonard Kleinrock, UCLA distinguished professor of computer science, that sent the first host-to-host message over the fledgling Internet on Oct. 29, 1969.