Karen Mack believes the solution to what ails Los Angeles can be found at the intersection of art and civics.
UCLA houses one of the most comprehensive archives of aerial photography in the world. Now, a new website is bringing these majestic images to the masses.
The short documentary “Chicano Moratorium” captures the brutal police response to protests against the Vietnam War.
V. Kelly Turner co-leads UCLA’s Heat Resilient L.A. project, which takes a multi-pronged approach that emphasizes equitable solutions to this dangerous problem.
Allen, who graduated from UCLA with a bachelor’s degree in civil and environmental engineering in 1992, was the project manager for downtown’s newest gem.
Researchers are lending their expertise to help make sure everyone in Los Angeles can benefit from the efforts.
Three alumni with a combined four decades of legal experience are helping bring environmental justice to low-income communities.
The UCLA alumna and Los Angeles County supervisor hosted the landmark talk show, which began in 1992.
For decades, this East Los Angeles enclave has sent students to UCLA, while university scholars have added to the understanding of the community’s diverse history.
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.
At “Neon Nights,” more than 5,000 UCLA students, staff, alumni and members of the local community gathered for the monthly “First Thursdays” event.
UCLA scholars offer a different perspective on what Koreans call “Sa I Gu,” 30 years after the Rodney King verdict.
The new stewardship platform aims to uplift and amplify alumni-owned businesses.
The Office of Research & Creative Activities is honoring faculty for work that connects campus to local and global communities.
Ahmanise Sanati has worked at L.A.'s Twin Towers Correctional Facility for 11 years, during which time she’s brought in books for the people incarcerated there.
A Bruin guide to some of this month’s most intriguing events at UCLA.
In year 7 of UCLA survey, L.A. residents express lowest-ever satisfaction with county’s quality of life
Scores declined in each of the nine categories covered by the annual report.
Miriam Matthews’ personal papers, oral history and photo archive show how she shaped Los Angeles.
UCLA minds across campus are seeking solutions to one problem: How to affordably house all the state’s residents.
“The Labyrinth Project” engages listeners in a range of ecological conundrums that are as interconnected as the city’s ecosystems.
UCLA faculty and alumni contributed ideas, expertise and artworks to the $100 million revitalization project.
Panelists weighed in on the prospects for U.S. Rep. Karen Bass, City Councilman Kevin de León and the other candidates.
Unless steps are taken to boost genetic diversity, local extinction remains a real threat, a UCLA-led study suggests.
A new UCLA study has found that Latinos, who comprise nearly half the county’s population, pen less than 5% of the paper’s op-eds.
The building, which is named the UCLA James Lawson Jr. Worker Justice Center, will house labor research, teaching and service for decades to come.