UCLA Magazine


Hidden Gems

UCLA Magazine spotlights some of our favorite treasures on campus and where to find them.

1,000 Shades of Blue

Depression has many faces, and — through its Grand Challenge — UCLA is learning to recognize them all.

No More Business as Usual

UCLA tackles 10 aspects of climate change, the existential crisis of our times, and comes up with smart solutions.

Change Agent: Politics, Explained

Ezra Klein ’05 discusses the challenges of journalism, writing his debut book, what he learned at UCLA and the Trump presidency.

Quick Take: A World of Music

A project showcasing 58 UCLA-held collections of field recordings opens a window to a multitude of global music traditions.

Quick Take: Notable Quotable

Thomas Rice of UCLA Fielding School of Public Health on health insurance systems around the world.

At Issue: Above and Beyond

People around the world have a deep affinity for UCLA, and this is evident in the tremendous success of the Centennial Campaign.

The Problem Solvers

From Westwood to the Texas-Mexico border and Haiti, UCLA people are tackling global inequities, one heartfelt step at a time.

A Healthier New Year

Think of UCLA’s Semel Healthy Campus Initiative as your personal coach.

Up in Fumes

The latest nicotine delivery system seemed like the answer to a smoker’s prayer. Then UCLA scientists started asking questions about vaping.

Larger Than Life

The activists featured in Our Stories, Our Impact — a UCLA centennial initiative — help shape important social movements.

Forward Thinker: Move Along

Through UCLA’s Dancing Disability Lab, choreographer Victoria Marks brings international artists to campus to study and help shape the future of disability in dance.
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