Through the virtual airwaves, they can tell deeper, more immersive stories than through conventional journalism.
HUGH HART | PHOTOGRAPHY BY KOURY ANGELO
In an era filled with challenges, Bruin gymnasts celebrate their individuality and evolve their sport ― as a big, multiethnic family.
WENDY SODERBERG ’82 | PHOTOGRAPHY BY KANYA IWANA
UCLA Anderson’s 25-year-old Student Investment Fund trains students to be skilled investors, while lending support to the school and charitable causes.
PAUL FEINBERG ’85 | ILLUSTRATIONS BY LIAM EISENBERG
Bruin Carly Daniels, who leads the Pfizer scientists developing vaccines for pneumonia and the coronavirus, always remembers that patients are waiting.
DAN GORDON ’85
The geographer is exploring how work in her field can help vulnerable people all over the globe.
JOHN HARLOW | PHOTOGRAPHY BY MAGGIE SHANNON
Young athletes who put repetitive stress on their bodies can develop overuse injuries.
DAN GORDON ’85 | ILLUSTRATION BY MICHELLE KONDRICH
HAIL TO THE HILLS
An honorary support group celebrates 85 years of service to the Bruin community.
WENDY SODERBURG ’82
A multigenerational mural lights up UCLA’s new Black Bruin Resource Center.
UCLA must serve more students. The only question is how.
UCLA CHANCELLOR GENE BLOCK
In light of a retrospective at the Museum of Latin American Art, many are revisiting the professor’s striking public artwork.
STACEY RAVEL ABARBANEL
A Disney Imagineer created a mural — with the timepiece at its center — designed to cheer young patients.
The UCLA alumna couldn’t find the kinds of stories she wanted to read to her daughter, so she wrote her own.
PATTY PARK '91
These Bruin siblings, for whom service is a family affair, have fed hundreds through their year-old foundation.
Professor Christopher Tang points out the causes of the crisis — and offers possible solutions.
Pricing roadways could reduce traffic on L.A.’s busiest freeways.