The creation of a thriving women’s athletics program has changed campus life and the lives of thousands of student-athletes and those who look up to them.
On May 31, 1929, police motorcycles led a colorful motorcade of trucks and student cars west into the future.
UCLA Moments: That UCLA happened at all is proof of the hubris and ambitions that fueled the growth of Los Angeles.
In just 100 years, UCLA has grown into a world-class center of learning, research and health care.
Walter Thompson-Hernández applies lessons from being a lifelong Bruin to his help make sure his multimedia stories illuminate subcultures and don’t exploit them.
In a new book, "Coach Wooden and Me," Kareem Abdul-Jabbar retells the story of his relationship with UCLA Coach John Wooden that lasted from the time he left New York City at age 18 until 2010 when he sat by his coach's bedside during his 99-year-old mentor's last days.
Two days after delivering his annual address on the State of the City at City Hall, Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti returned to the UCLA Lab School where he had “the most important educational experience of my life.”
One-time Westwood Village establishments have vanished while new ones have taken their place.
A monument to Jackie Robinson, one of UCLA’s most celebrated alumni and the first player to break the color barrier in Major League Baseball, was unveiled at a campus ceremony Saturday.
Screening and discussion of 'Prejudice and Pride,' from the acclaimed PBS series 'Latin Americans,' on March 3, 7:30 p.m. at the UCLA Fowler Museum.
Music in all its forms has been a big part of UCLA's first century. Acclaimed alumni include John Williams, Jim Morrison, Sara Bareilles and Kamasi Washington.
In the 47 years since Johnson helped found the games, the most important change has been in attitudes toward people with intellectual disabilities.
For Pauley’s 50th birthday, UCLA looks back on how the arena hosted history.
At an event held to commemorate the 50th anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s speech at UCLA, more than 100 youngsters from Tom Bradley Elementary School in Los Angeles listened to a rebroadcast of that same speech.
On Tuesday, April 28, the campus community, together with 2,000 K-12 students, will gather for events to commemorate the day 50 years ago when Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. visited UCLA and addressed nearly 5,000.
A hidden message left by a UCLA architect in 2011 was recently uncovered in Boelter Hall, where sharp-eyed passersby can spot a coded note in the pattern of floor tiles.