Celebrating the daring imagination and wild creativity of student designers whose eye-popping ensembles sing as loudly as the performers who wear them.
Things looked grim in the final minutes — until a team that refused to give up produced a once-in-a-lifetime rally and a storybook ending. (Bonus: told as a fun comic book!)
How much do you really know about campus’s most iconic locales?
UCLA’s Activists-in-Residence are proud, determined and changing the world.
How a skinny UCLA scientist amassed 100,000 social media followers — and became the media’s go-to expert on the climate.
A breezy tour through UCLA’s star turns as a setting in a wide range of fiction, from YA to romance to crime thrillers.
Walter Thompson-Hernández, the son of a UCLA student advisor, became a Bruin himself — and found his voice as a filmmaker telling the untold stories of marginalized communities.
Bruins far and wide are exploring the galaxy, both from the ground and in orbit.
California’s Secretary of State and triple Bruin Shirley Weber ’70, M.A. ’71, Ph.D. ’75 is fighting to make sure every vote counts.
Gary Parker D.D.S. ’77 has selflessly dedicated his life to healing facial deformities in the poorest regions of the world.