UCLA’s center is the largest of its kind in the country. But at the start of 1969, there were no plans for its formation.
Hail to the Hills
In 1982, UCLA’s football team left the Coliseum for its own stadium at the Rose Bowl.
UCLA Library’s collection tells the story of the 1918 influenza pandemic through the words of those who lived it.
Few Bruins faced more fateful choices than Iva Toguri ’40 and Hitoshi Yonemura.
The man for whom UCLA’s flagship building is named was a proponent of idealism and devotion to a cause — fitting for the university’s legacy of optimism and service.
An all-year ice rink, the Tropical Ice Gardens thrived in Westwood Village from 1938 to 1949 and was home to UCLA’s ice hockey team.
Things came full circle for Arthur Ashe, whose first and final victories took place in the very same tournament.
Powell Library was once relocated for five years to a futuristic structure named Temporary Powell, known as “Towell.”
A 1993 hunger strike led to the creation of UCLA’s César E. Chávez Center.
UCLA’s North Campus is home to a number of works by renowned sculptor Robert Graham.
Take a look at some of the inscriptions on campus that you may have missed before.
An exploration of campus cuisine, past and present.
Bruins of all ages love to recall the Westwood stores, cafés and nightspots where they made lasting memories.
A mediocre paintings collection secured by a UC Regent in 1938 was the catalyst that eventually landed UCLA on the national art scene.
More than 50 years ago, a visionary provost wanted UCLA students to live on campus in order to enjoy its “cultural and intellectual riches.”
The UCLA Neuropsychiatric Institute pioneered the idea of interdisciplinary research.
When the U.S. entered World War II in December 1941, so did UCLA.
The legendary architect who defined much of the look of mid-20th-century Los Angeles carved his vision into the UCLA campus, too.
Take a different kind of campus tour by scoping out lesser-known landmarks you may never have noticed.
Find out how campus buildings got their names.
A Bruin who excelled on the battlefield, on the playing field and in the courtroom.
Think you know about UCLA athletics history? Here’s your chance to prove it.
The Arroyo Bridge was the first completed structure on the Westwood campus.
UCLA’s Inverted Fountain was installed March 18, 1968 — and led to several Bruin traditions.