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Born In Boyle Heights

For decades, this East Los Angeles enclave has sent students to UCLA, while university scholars have added to the knowledge and understanding of the community’s diverse history.

Here’s the Camera. Go!

The L.A. Rebellion film movement, born at UCLA in 1969, enabled minority student directors to tell the world about their communities.

Artistic Answers

In UCLA’s Department of Design Media Arts, software is the tool used to solve problems and imagine possibilities.

Buried in the Past

The first structure on the Westwood campus, the Arroyo Bridge, was vital to the building of Royce Hall and Powell Library. It disappeared in 1947.

In a League of Their Own

The untold story of the feisty squad that 40 years ago won the first-ever NCAA championship in softball — and changed UCLA athletics for women forever.

No Longer Alone

When it comes to life-changing mental health services, underserved communities have often been the hardest to reach. The DMH + UCLA Partnership is changing that.

Deep Diver: Justin Dunnavant

The UCLA maritime archaeologist finds a new lens for exploring Black culture through the discovery of lost slave ships — and the secrets they carry.

Food of the City

At Ray Garcia’s latest venture, Asterid at Disney Hall, the cuisine is inspired by L.A. and its diverse cultures.

Can You Hear Me Now?

UCLA audiologist Alison Grimes says you should stop asking people to repeat themselves. Instead, get a hearing aid.

Spider Man

M. Khalid Jawed helped crack a 200-year-old arachnid riddle.

At Last, a Home for Works on Paper

The Hammer’s new third-floor gallery is the museum’s first dedicated to its extensive collection of prints and drawings.

Thursday Night Lights

At “Neon Nights,” more than 5,000 UCLA students, staff, alumni and members of the local community gathered for the monthly “First Thursdays” event.

Beyond Binary

Bruins have long sought to make UCLA a more inclusive environment for people of all genders and sexual and romantic orientations. Now, those efforts are accelerating.

Buzzworthy Bruins

A campus club seeks to attract and maintain a healthy bee population.
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