The room was originally part of a 1780s English manor designed by architect Robert Adam.
Johnson, who won a gold medal in the decathlon in 1960 and later helped found the Special Olympics, died today at his home in Sherman Oaks.
Do you think you know UCLA? It’s time to put your knowledge to the test!
In 1982, UCLA’s football team left the Coliseum for its own stadium at the Rose Bowl.
Faculty, staff, students and administrators share how they persevered during the COVID-19 pandemic.
After selling doughnuts at a corner shop in Westwood Village for more than five decades, Stan Berman calls it quits.
A crisis thrust the UCLA community into new ways of thinking and acting. Despite great challenges, Bruins have remained brilliant and resilient.
UCLA rises to the challenge with humanity, creativity and strong community resilience.
UCLA Health doctors and nurses reflect on the COVID-19 pandemic.
UCLA Magazine spotlights some of our favorite treasures on campus and where to find them.
Few Bruins faced more fateful choices than Iva Toguri ’40 and Hitoshi Yonemura.
The Bruin turned 35 in September.
Alumnae Patricia Coleman James and Coretta Harris, along with current student Imani Elston, discuss the early days and how the chapter has evolved.
CicLAvia celebrated 100 years of UCLA in October.
UCLA’s status as a bike-friendly university has been a long time coming. Here’s the rest of the plan.
UCLA UniCamp, run by student volunteers, provides outdoor experiences for underserved youth. And both groups flourish from it.
The creation of a thriving women’s athletics program has changed campus life and the lives of thousands of student-athletes and those who look up to them.
Undaunted by bias or condescension, four extraordinary women helped shape UCLA.
On May 31, 1929, police motorcycles led a colorful motorcade of trucks and student cars west into the future.
UCLA Moments: That UCLA happened at all is proof of the hubris and ambitions that fueled the growth of Los Angeles.
In just 100 years, UCLA has grown into a world-class center of learning, research and health care.
Walter Thompson-Hernández applies lessons from being a lifelong Bruin to his help make sure his multimedia stories illuminate subcultures and don’t exploit them.
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.