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How Bruin Are You?

Take our 20-question quiz to test your true Bruinality.

Mr. Bunche Goes to Washington

How a lunch at the White House with Eleanor Roosevelt paved the way for a UCLA icon’s civic greatness.

A True Son of Westwood

After 17 years at the helm, Gene Block will step down as chancellor in 2024. He leaves behind a powerful legacy.

Mrs. Block Remembers

For almost two decades, Carol Block, the chancellor’s wife, has also been part of the heart of UCLA.

Forwarding Addresses

A review of some of Gene Block’s most memorable commencement address moments.

The Great Bruin Tradition Bracket

Pick your winner from the top 32 campus customs. Fill in your own bracket and let us know your favorite UCLA traditions!

A Dinner Fit for a Bruin

Four UCLA alums who have become stars in the culinary world come together to create a menu that will have your guests eight-clapping for more.

Thank You, Chancellor

Colleagues and alumni express their gratitude for years of exceptional leadership.

UCLA: A Space Odyssey

Since 1963, eight Bruins have flown into space. Today, UCLA scientists are creating a new constellation of Bruin brilliance.

The Odyssey Continues ...

A Nobel Prize winner, a tribute to Walt Cunningham, a new space medicine fellowship and more.

Happenings for July

A Bruin guide to this month’s most intriguing events at UCLA.

The Aesthete

Silvia Forni, the new director of the Fowler Museum, wants to prompt visitors to rethink their own views of the world.

A River Runs Through It

Bruin Jessie George’s research on ancient plant fossils at the La Brea Tar Pits may solve a vexing riddle: how to restore the habitat around the L.A. River.

Race to the Finish

For UCLA’s car-building engineers, the road — and ingenuity — beckons.
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