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The Time Traveler

With affirmative action under attack, historian Eddie Cole ponders the past as American colleges and universities barrel toward an uncertain future.

Game On

Maddy Wojdak Marquissee M.B.A. ’19 is growing League of Legends — and helping to level the playing field for women in gaming.

Love at the 50-Yard Line

For the debut of our new column, “My Very Own UCLA,” Michelle Strowhiro ’07 tells about coming to Westwood to march in the band — and finding the love of her life.

Life in the FAST Lane

How a feisty student IG account turned into the style arbiter of campus.

Triple Play

Over the course of six weeks, Bruin standouts dominated in three distinct collegiate athletic arenas — and brought home the hardware to prove it.

Smart Cookies

At Diddy Riese, good things come to those who wait.

The Lab at 10,000 Feet

Welcome to White Mountain Research Center, UCLA’s high-altitude research laboratories some 300 miles north of Los Angeles.

Curtain Going Up

The reborn UCLA Nimoy Theater heralds a vibrant new arts scene in Westwood.

Ghost Story

How a UCLA computer scientist discovered a missing link in the long and tangled story of human evolution.

Forever Young

Charles E. Young, UCLA chancellor from 1968 to 1997, died in October at age 91. He left behind an incredible legacy.

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.
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