The Science of Sleep
More than one-third of Americans are chronically sleep-deprived. UCLA researchers are at the leading edge of exploring the consequences and possible remedies.
On foundations as varied as architecture, political science, literature and world arts and cultures, these Bruins have built rewarding careers in interior design in the highly competitive L.A. market.
Their Future Is Our Business
For more than 30 years, the Riordan Programs in UCLA’s Anderson School of Management have enabled low-income high school students to envision a brighter tomorrow.
Through social media, Bruins picked their favorite places to eat ice cream in L.A.
At Issue: Sustainable Solutions
All across our campus, researchers are working toward helping Los Angeles County transition to complete use of renewable energy and local water by 2050.
Change Agent: True Believer
After years of working as a newspaper reporter, X-Files executive producer Frank Spotnitz found his true calling in television.
Forward Thinker: Law and Order
Professor Kelly Lytle Hernández’s groundbreaking research reveals the true cost of mass incarceration in Los Angeles.
Life Signs: Shorting Sleep
A UCLA neurologist offers 7 tips for those of us who spend too much time awake.
Hail to the Hills: A Balloon of a Building
Powell Library was once relocated for five years to a futuristic structure named Temporary Powell, known as “Towell.”
A Bigger, Better Hammer
With an expansion in the works, the Hammer Museum continues to evolve with the burgeoning L.A. art scene.
The path to the national championship for UCLA Gymnastics was full of balancing high stakes.
Called to Create
Elena Manferdini’s architecture practice is more than just walls and windows.
Be prepared to have everything you know about Satan turned upside down — by the Bible.