Speakers at a “Backlash: Misogyny in the Digital Age” screening included UCLA’s Safiya Noble, Kristy Guevara-Flanagan and Sarah T. Roberts.
Ahead of their departure next year, Chancellor Gene Block and Carol Block were recognized for their dedication to university employees.
From Westwood to New York, the No.1–ranked public university for veterans saluted veteran and military-connected students, staff, faculty, alumni patients and families.
From Nov. 6–9, units across campus will host events highlighting global issues and international opportunities for students.
Nine mini-documentaries highlight Los Angeles–based artists featured in the Hammer Museum at UCLA’s acclaimed biennial exhibition.
This year’s Latinx Welcome for students celebrated the campus’s progress toward becoming a Hispanic-Serving Institution.
Students, faculty and staff are asked to drop, cover, and hold on at 10:19 a.m. on Thursday, Oct. 19, during the world’s largest virtual earthquake drill.
In-person and virtual events include a launch party, wheelchair basketball, pop-up library displays and informative Zoom sessions.
Welcome events for students will incorporate this year’s Common Experience book, “The Intersectional Environmentalist.”
The venue, which expands the footprint of UCLA and the arts deeper into the Westwood neighborhood, will host more than 50 performances during the 2023–24 season.
Public programs run through Dec. 17 at the Billy Wilder Theater at the Hammer Museum.
Streisand personally kicked off the event with remarks about the current American landscape.
The events will be curated and hosted by Stuart Wolpert, a 40-year veteran of UCLA’s media relations office.
Filmmaker Ross Lipman talks about his in-depth look at “Crossroads,” which will be shown at the Billy Wilder Theater July 30.
Chancellor Gene Block and Executive Vice Chancellor and Provost Darnell Hunt attended the year-end celebration of the health and well-being-focused initiative.
Alumnus and actor Randall Park, Chancellor Block and others encourage graduates to make meaningful change in the world.
Programs, which are open to the public, run through Aug. 26 at the Billy Wilder Theater at the Hammer Museum.
Graduation ceremonies, which are already underway, will crescendo June 16.
The 2023–24 lineup includes an eclectic mix of global, national and local artists; tickets go on sale June 23.
The mini-documentaries feature UCLA professors Chon Noriega and Peter Sellars and filmmaker Zackary Drucker.
UCLA Transportation will hold free events and offer free bike repair services for Bruin cyclists.
There’s something for everyone during UCLA’s celebration of Asian American, Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander history and culture.
Screenings, which run from June 2 to 18 in Westwood and Eagle Rock, are free to the public.
The sixth iteration of the biennial exhibition begins Oct. 1.
Baljit Khakh will discuss the long-overlooked role of astrocytes in health and disease during his Faculty Research Lecture on April 19.