Video meeting platforms have brought us together during COVID-19 and are wearing us out.
Here are 7 tips on how you can achieve a better work-life balance.
UCLA Magazine spotlights some of our favorite treasures on campus and where to find them.
Depression has many faces, and — through its Grand Challenge — UCLA is learning to recognize them all.
UCLA tackles 10 aspects of climate change, the existential crisis of our times, and comes up with smart solutions.
Mapping connections among lost art, migrating birds and Star Trek.
Aaswath Raman engineers new technologies to cool buildings and generate electricity using a little-studied natural phenomenon.
Procrastination is not a character flaw, but it might be something quite revealing.
Ezra Klein ’05 discusses the challenges of journalism, writing his debut book, what he learned at UCLA and the Trump presidency.
Plant-based meat promises less strain on the environment, but there are questions.
Playwright Sylvan Oswald on his response to Woolf’s trans hero.
A project showcasing 58 UCLA-held collections of field recordings opens a window to a multitude of global music traditions.
Thomas Rice of UCLA Fielding School of Public Health on health insurance systems around the world.
Evan Kleiman’s Good Food contest shares the joy of baking.
Behind-the-camera positions, such as film directors, still lack minorities and women.
People around the world have a deep affinity for UCLA, and this is evident in the tremendous success of the Centennial Campaign.
Few Bruins faced more fateful choices than Iva Toguri ’40 and Hitoshi Yonemura.
The Bruin turned 35 in September.
From Westwood to the Texas-Mexico border and Haiti, UCLA people are tackling global inequities, one heartfelt step at a time.
Think of UCLA’s Semel Healthy Campus Initiative as your personal coach.
The latest nicotine delivery system seemed like the answer to a smoker’s prayer. Then UCLA scientists started asking questions about vaping.
The activists featured in Our Stories, Our Impact — a UCLA centennial initiative — help shape important social movements.
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.
The benefits that come with age are many. We need to start cultivating them now.
UCLA grad D’Artagnan Scorza is a busy social leader and educator — and he still has time to escape in an RV with his family on weekends.