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April 04, 2014

Slideshow: The true consumption of books

UCLA Library's sixth annual Edible Book Festival, celebrating the edible form of the written word.
March 24, 2014

Congressman, entertainment luminaries honored at UCLA environment gala

Congressman, entertainment luminaries honored at UCLA environment gala
Hosted by Jeanne and Tony Pritzker, the star-studded event raises $650,000 to support UCLA Institute of the Environment and Sustainability research and education initiatives.
March 24, 2014

Cotsen researcher finds evidence of "unnatural selection" in popular Panamanian seafood

Cotsen researcher finds evidence of "unnatural selection" in popular Panamanian seafood
As a result of humans' hunger for the Caribbean fighting conch, the sea animal has undergone an evolutionary change: It now contains 66 percent less meat than it used to.
March 21, 2014

UCLA medical students meet their match

Friday was the day when U.S. medical students rip open envelopes and learn where they’ve been accepted for residency, the next phase of their training as physicians. This year, 40,000 individuals applied for 30,000 residency slots across the country.
March 19, 2014

Chancellor Block addresses results of UC-wide Campus Climate Study

In a March 19 letter to the campus community, the chancellor reflected on the results of the report and outlined steps being taken to strengthen equity, prevent bias and foster inclusivity.
March 17, 2014

Light earthquake wakes up campus, no damage or injuries reported

An earthquake of preliminary magnitude 4.4 rolled through Los Angeles at 6:25 Monday morning. Campus officials had no received no reports of damage or injuries but continue checking.
March 14, 2014

UCLA police arrest attempted robbery suspect on campus

The suspect, who is not a student, was taken into custody shortly after 1 p.m. today in the Janss Steps area of campus. He had demanded a student's cellphone.
March 11, 2014

Student aims to help kids in Compton shine bright through education, civic engagement

Student aims to help kids in Compton shine bright through education, civic engagement
Deanna Jordan, a 28-year-old single mom whose personal journey took her from Compton to UCLA, launched the Compton Pipeline Taskforce to give back to her community.
March 07, 2014

UC releases new policy against sexual violence and harassment

The University of California today announced the release of a comprehensive expansion of its policy against sexual and domestic violence, stalking and harassment.
March 04, 2014

UCLA students bring much-needed medical aid to Mexican community

UCLA students bring much-needed medical aid to Mexican community
Becky Barber and Lyolya Hovhannisyan founded the UCLA chapter of Flying Samaritans in 2013. With volunteer doctors and other students, they bring quality medical care to Tijuana's Colonia Margarita Moran.
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