Coming home

Bruin Dave Roberts’ appointment as the new manager for the Los Angeles Dodgers has made its own kind of history, with the franchise that made Jackie Robinson the first black player in Major League Baseball hiring its first minority manager.

Jackie Robinson's number 42 lives on at UCLA

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.

15 UCLA stories from 2015

UCLA Newsroom revisits some of our favorite news items from the year. Publishing resumes on Jan. 4.

The Bruin’s security detail at work

Facilities Management workers began the annual ritual of boxing up the Bruin as the campus prepares for UCLA’s big rivalry football game against the Trojans Nov. 28.

Tackling concussions on the front line

In recent years, investigators from eight UC campuses, including UCLA, have conducted more than 330 research projects in brain injury and traumatic brain injury.

Angel City Games bring Paralympic-style competition to UCLA campus

UCLA will host California's first Paralympic-style track and field competition open to civilians and veterans. Clayton Frech, an alumnus whose 10-year-old son will compete, partnered with the university's adaptive recreation program to found the first Angel City Games.
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