The UCLA Anderson Forecast’s signature brand of analysis is proving more vital than ever.
In 1992, with racially charged violence erupting across L.A., Bruins gave Angelenos a chance to talk.
Q&A with Professor Kal Raustiala, whose new book illuminates the life and legacy of the only UCLA alumnus to receive the Nobel Peace Prize.
Renee Tajima-Peña, who will present her landmark 1987 documentary at the Academy Museum on Dec. 4, discusses her filmmaking and activism.
Kelly Lytle Hernández’s ‘Bad Mexicans’ comes at a time when L.A.’s politics reckon with racism.
The collaboration between the Islamic studies program and UCLA Library continues to enrich the field and the world.
A reinvented UCLA journal casts new light on an old world.
UCLA archaeologists Giorgio Buccellati and his wife, Marilyn, have traveled together on a 60-year journey that led them to the hidden treasures of a lost city in Syria.
UCLA houses one of the most comprehensive archives of aerial photography in the world. Now, a new website is bringing these majestic images to the masses.
It just simply wouldn’t be the Rose Bowl. Here, a valentine to an icon as it turns 100.
$13 million from Arcadia will bolster the Modern Endangered Archives Program.
Special Collections is home to a 70-plus-year-old pamphlet that provides the four-part answer to why you are so much more comfortable in air conditioned surroundings.
The short documentary “Chicano Moratorium” captures the brutal police response to protests against the Vietnam War.
The UCLA alumna and Los Angeles County supervisor hosted the landmark talk show, which began in 1992.
The donation of 40 historical texts from Paul Chrzanowski further bolsters an already remarkable collection of early English texts.
In recognition of the holiday, UCLA Newsroom shares insights from UCLA professors Eddie Cole, Karida Brown and Brenda Stevenson.
For decades, this East Los Angeles enclave has sent students to UCLA, while university scholars have added to the understanding of the community’s diverse history.
The UCLA maritime archaeologist finds a new lens for exploring Black culture through the discovery of lost slave ships — and the secrets they carry.
UCLA scholars offer a different perspective on what Koreans call “Sa I Gu,” 30 years after the Rodney King verdict.
Repatriation of Judaica texts serves as catalyst for UCLA Library-hosted symposium.
Augmented reality exhibition places viewers in midst of WWII-era forced removal of Japanese Americans
‘BeHere / 1942,’ presented by the Yanai Initiative of UCLA and Tokyo’s Waseda University, runs from May 7 to Oct. 9.
Michael Beckerman will deliver the inaugural Lowell Milken Lecture in Jewish Music on May 3. The event is free and open to the public.
The events, organized by UCLA’s Promise Armenian Institute and its campus partners, are free and open to the public.
Miriam Matthews’ personal papers, oral history and photo archive show how she shaped Los Angeles.
The former Bruin integrated baseball and changed history on April 15, 1947, when he took the field for the Brooklyn Dodgers.