Amid protests for social justice and a pandemic, UCLA students are urged to apply what they’ve learned to making a better world.
Hajar Azzam, a recipient of the Chancellor’s Service Award, wants to create work that promotes peace and justice.
2020 graduates represent the spirit of UCLA’s Institute of American Cultures.
After years in and out of prison, the master’s student turned his life around with the help of higher education. He's been helping others do the same.
Actor, activist and UCLA alumnus George Takei will speak June 12 at the virtual celebration for 2020 graduates.
Their experiences in community building and organizing will serve them well in an uncertain time.
In recent years the department has been trying to make labs more engaging; safer-at-home orders demonstrated the benefits of letting students design their own experiments.
UCLA’s Career Center and Alumni Association continue to offer programs and services to help students and graduates through the crisis.
Priscilla Stephanie Molina’s family inspired her success at UCLA and her plans to become a psychiatrist, so underserved communities receive culturally sensitive care.
Having witnessed the struggles of her own family and others, Melissa Rios learned early on how education, poverty and health are linked.
The Library Prize honors students who have demonstrated remarkable intellectual curiosity paired with the skills and capacities to conduct meaningful research.
The road may have been long and winding, but for the former Marine, EMT and cop, the pull of nursing seemed like fate.
Zach Rutland, who is on track to graduate in June with his master’s in library and information science, has interned at the Skid Row History Museum & Archive.
UCLA’s graduation festivities will feature speakers like actor, activist and alumnus George Takei and California Surgeon General Dr. Nadine Burke Harris.
The student-led organizing team ensures that one of UCLA’s most cherished traditions continues despite the pandemic.
The popularity of online gaming has soared during the lockdown, but the success has been bittersweet for players.
UCLA School of Law celebrated the class of 2020 with inspiring speeches, including a keynote address by former U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder Jr.
UCLA alumnus George Takei, the pioneering actor, author, activist and social media star, will deliver the address June 12.
Since its launch in late March, the website has provided newly admitted students and their families with the tools to help make their enrollment decisions.
Chancellor Gene Block delivers a heartfelt message of gratitude to staff, students, faculty and alumni for their ingenuity and compassion during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Amy Bugwadia and Kaumron Eidgahy were inspired by a course taught by political science professor Natalie Masuoka.
Holder, former U.S. attorney general during the Obama administration, was the first African American to serve in that post.
The team proposed a redesign of certain elements of a Los Angeles elementary school to improve its environmental sustainability.
Undergraduate Sophia James reflects on her experiences at UCLA and on the hit show.
UCLA Health experts present facts about the disease and tips for how to practice the safest habits during the pandemic.