Music in all its forms has been a big part of UCLA's first century. Acclaimed alumni include John Williams, Jim Morrison, Sara Bareilles and Kamasi Washington.
In the 47 years since Johnson helped found the games, the most important change has been in attitudes toward people with intellectual disabilities.
For Pauley’s 50th birthday, UCLA looks back on how the arena hosted history.
At an event held to commemorate the 50th anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s speech at UCLA, more than 100 youngsters from Tom Bradley Elementary School in Los Angeles listened to a rebroadcast of that same speech.
On Tuesday, April 28, the campus community, together with 2,000 K-12 students, will gather for events to commemorate the day 50 years ago when Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. visited UCLA and addressed nearly 5,000.
Find out how campus buildings got their names.
A hidden message left by a UCLA architect in 2011 was recently uncovered in Boelter Hall, where sharp-eyed passersby can spot a coded note in the pattern of floor tiles.
As UCLA’s Ackerman Student Union celebrates its 50th birthday, we look back at how it was a harbinger of big changes and a chronicle of student and societal tastes.
UCLA’s Inverted Fountain was installed March 18, 1968 — and led to several Bruin traditions.
In a step toward justice, commencement came for Japanese American former students who had been forced to leave UCLA and enter internment camps during World War II.
The famous baseball player is known as “the greatest UCLA athlete of all time.”
John Wooden and Valorie Kondos Field — two extraordinary UCLA coaches — discuss life, love, faith and, of course, coaching.
With a bag of dimes and an idea, the author descended to the basement of Powell Library to write one of the most important science fiction stories of the age.