We are weeks away from the California primary. Political temperatures may soar, but with these tips, you can keep it cool.
How visionary storyteller Octavia Butler saw the future.
With more wins on record than any coach in women’s soccer, former UCLA and USWNT head coach Jill Ellis made her mark on Westwood and the world.
UCLA’s Bruin Plate Cookbook is meant to satisfy hungry fans.
CrossFit enthusiasts (and Frank Underwood), you are very likely to be erging incorrectly.
Research shows a staycation can be just as refreshing as time out of town.
Dogs visit local medical centers through UCLA’s People-Animal Connection.
UCLA’s Film & Television Archive celebrates celluloid diversity.
The venue is scheduled to reopen in 2021 as the UCLA Nimoy Theater.
UCLA’s Center for Climate Science embarks on a bicycle expedition.
Henry Samueli on his recent $100 million gift to UCLA Samueli School of Engineering.
A UCLA alum has created a mobile record store that puts a vinyl lover’s spin on L.A. cart culture.
After 38 years at UCLA, Cyndi Gallagher ’83 is stepping down as head coach of the women’s swimming and diving team.
Thanks to a seed grant from the UCLA Pritzker Center, the Center for Scholars & Storytellers is exploring how entertainment media can highlight issues in foster care.
A UCLA philosophy professor has worked as a consultant in the writers room for NBC’s The Good Place.
In June, UCLA’s softball team walked off with the program’s 13th Women’s College World Series title.
Erkki Huhtamo finds a light worth keeping alive in the preservation of magic lanterns.
Natalie Nakase took her basketball coaching experience to the next level: the NBA level.
College enrollment resources for students in low-income backgrounds have been limited in the past, but that’s starting to change.
UCLA students and faculty are trying to break through the limitations of juvenile delinquency through education.
Valorie Kondos Field’s success in gymnastics coaching is rooted in her past endeavors — and now made public in her new book.
Pulitzer Prize–winning restaurant critic and food writer Jonathan Gold ’82 died on July 21, 2018.
Lee Goldberg had a thrilling path into the world of mystery literature.
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.