Each year, Native and Indigenous communities come from everywhere to celebrate their heritage — and meaningfully share it — at UCLA.
A lost mural design by La Kretz Botany Building architect Paul Revere Williams was finally brought to life in 2017.
Students living on the Hill face the daunting challenge of ascending staircases with names like the “Death Stairs” on their journeys to and from campus.
How the UCLA Bruin Marching Band instruments spend the summer.
At “Neon Nights,” more than 5,000 UCLA students, staff, alumni and members of the local community gathered for the monthly “First Thursdays” event.
A campus club seeks to attract and maintain a healthy bee population.
A multigenerational mural lights up UCLA’s new Black Bruin Resource Center.
As Bruins begin to populate Westwood Village again, now is the perfect time to revisit its history.
The men’s basketball team embodied the spirit of its coach — and his most legendary predecessor — throughout the NCAA tournament.
Ten years ago, an M.F.A. student — now a major artist — drew a portrait on a wall inside the Broad Art Center.
The room was originally part of a 1780s English manor designed by architect Robert Adam.