For almost two decades, Carol Block, the chancellor’s wife, has also been part of the heart of UCLA.
The stories hidden within the stories of UCLA’s most august edifices may surprise you.
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After a cold and rainy winter, the sun invites you outside. It’s time to get moving.
The club introduces members to the practice of the Japanese tea ceremony, which can help students reduce stress and calm their minds.
This year marks the centennial of UCLA’s first African American sorority and fraternity; plaque dedication ceremonies will begin April 24.
The UCLA Teaching Kitchen is part of a whole new campus ecosystem putting Bruin ingenuity to work in the world of food.
Bruin Plate, where students enjoy some of the tastiest cuisine in L.A., proves the days of the old-time college cafeteria are over.
For lovers of food, there is simply no place like L.A.
ScrubJay Café serves Starbucks drinks and sells ready-to-go meals, while dachi offers Asian snacks and beverages.
Students living on the Hill face the daunting challenge of ascending staircases with names like the “Death Stairs” on their journeys to and from campus.
He has spent 20 years in the college bookstore industry at Cal State Fullerton, Cal State Long Beach and most recently, UC San Diego.
As thousands of students return to Westwood, campus comes alive with new buildings and hundreds of activities.
Through Sept. 17, about 14,000 students will be getting settled into their new homes in the residence halls.
Campus fulfills its “4:2 guarantee” — four years of UCLA housing to any first-year student, or two years for any transfer.
UCLA’s leader emphasized that campus must do all it can to ensure that all students — no matter their background or means — can graduate in a timely manner.
Bruins have long sought to make UCLA a more inclusive environment for people of all genders and sexual and romantic orientations. Now, those efforts are accelerating.
Fulfilling a long-held aspiration, the campus will offer four years in campus residences to students who enter as freshmen and two years to transfer students.
A campus club seeks to attract and maintain a healthy bee population.
Take a closer look at the oases of nature at UCLA where wild flora and fauna flourish.
Broxton Avenue played host to a rollicking block party as UCLA kicked off its new community-building event series.
The monthly program aims to revitalize the historic link between the campus and the neighborhood.
Student artist Maia Hadaway created a cafeteria-like scene of generations of important Black Bruins and civil rights leaders for the center.
A multigenerational mural lights up UCLA’s new Black Bruin Resource Center.
UCLA faculty and doctoral students reflect on challenges and offer advice to undergraduates.