The Feb. 24 campus ceremony marked the first day–of–issue of U.S. Postal Service’s commemorative Wooden stamp.
UCLA’s outgoing leader held a fireside chat with the high school students, who are getting ready for college.
Discover how footballer–turned–astrophysicist Dakotah Tyler helped unveil the secrets of a distant exoplanet, which campus historical gems are hiding in plain sight and more.
Rahsonn McGlothen, in Facilities Management, keeps campus water systems running while also mentoring apprentices.
Thomas, a UCLA alumnus known for his collaborative and community-oriented approach to public safety, had served in the role on an interim basis since December 2022.
The commemorative stamp, which goes on sale early next year, is a tribute to “the values he stood for and the timeless wisdom he shared,” Chancellor Block said.
The ‘Algo-Lit’ class taught by Danny Snelson also explores ethical issues around text generator tools.
Block received the Chairman’s Award from the Los Angeles Business Council a day after regents approved UCLA’s Gayley Towers redevelopment project.
The award recognizes campus efforts to support healthy, affordable, environmentally friendly transportation.
The campus topped Harvard, Yale, UC Berkeley and UC Davis as the nation’s most ‘Instagrammable’ university.
For the fifth consecutive year, UCLA has topped Niche.com’s list of Best College Food in America. Find out what makes us such a culinary standout.
The campus services provider, which continues to add electric vehicles, earned a No. 1 ranking among university fleet operations.
The venue will hold a free open house featuring a performance by Las Cafeteras to welcome community members.
It was closed during the pandemic, but the shop now boasts an expanded array of services for Bruin cyclists.
The Academy Award–winning actor is an alumnus of the school.
Carlo Medina to lead UC-wide Southern Regional Library Facility, UCLA Library Unified Access Services
Dual role intersects provision of research materials to campus and academic communities across the University of California system.
The club introduces members to the practice of the Japanese tea ceremony, which can help students reduce stress and calm their minds.
Notable developments include the growing use of electric vehicles and a decrease in student commuters thanks to more on-campus housing.
An array of new initiatives has further embedded responsible stewardship into the campus’s operations, education and research, and community engagement.
Athletes Jaime and Gabriela Jaquez and their parents and grandparents have been strong proponents of public education, academic achievement and personal excellence.
The team’s innovative efforts to welcome the Bruin community back after a challenging pandemic year were honored with a Gold Titan Business Award.
UCLA Transportation and UCLA Facilities Management are working to make campus safer for pedestrians, cyclists and scooter riders.
A lost mural design by La Kretz Botany Building architect Paul Revere Williams was finally brought to life in 2017.
The program offers wheelchair basketball, adaptive tennis, martial arts and other sports, with hopes to expand.
Fifty years ago today, the celebrated author joined students in Royce Hall to talk about his work and his relationship with the slain Black activist.