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A Long Road to a Nobel Prize

When Ardem Patapoutian left Lebanon to study in the U.S., he had no idea that research science could be a career.

Telling the Stories of Climate Change

Although science is the basis of Peter Prengaman’s work as a climate and environmental news director, he always looks for the human angle.

Rap Lyrics as Literature

UCLA scholars teach hip-hop as the most popular form of American contemporary poetry.

2021: The Year in Pictures

Look back at how UCLA Magazine captured many of the year’s brightest, darkest and most inspiring moments.

If This Wall Could Talk

A multigenerational mural lights up UCLA’s new Black Bruin Resource Center.

Sister Act

These Bruin siblings, for whom service is a family affair, have fed hundreds through their year-old foundation.
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