UCLA began observing its 100th birthday and delivered new advances in research, health care, the arts, community service and teaching.
About 1,000 people were transported from homeless shelters to the clinic for physical, dental and vision care.
From Hong Kong to Kyrgyzstan, New York to Seattle, and dozens of locations across Los Angeles, there were more than 100 sites in honor of UCLA’s Centennial.
UCLA’s newest Bruins and returning students come back to campus starting today; classes begin Sept. 26.
UCLA students, staff, faculty, alumni and also community members have until Sept. 26 to sign up to participate.
Since 1934, counselors at the student-run camp have learned that volunteering at the camp for low-income kids is life-altering experience.
Haya Kaliounji founded the non-profit, Rise Again, which provides people wounded in the conflict in her home country with free prosthetic limbs.
Maj. Steve Kwon, Maj. Tyrone Vargas, Romeo Miguel and Victoria Sanelli received recognition from the U.S. Army Cadet Command for their bravery.
No longer children but not yet adults, adolescents need opportunities to learn and prepare for their entrance into the broader society.
For the last two years volunteers have done work restoring and maintaining the 15-acre garden.
About 1,700 people received treatment from internal medicine physicians, dentists, optometrists and nurses at the three-day clinic held in downtown Los Angeles.
The 10th anniversary of the annual day of service included helping veterans in West Los Angeles, a village cleanup in Namibia and a blood drive in Hong Kong.
True Bruin Welcome will feature orientations, information sessions and dozens of chances to bond.
Thousands of Bruins will spread across Los Angeles — and this year sites around the world — for the annual day of service on Sept. 29.
Each year, scores of UCLA students volunteer through Project SPELL — for Students for Progress in Employee Language Learning — to teach English as a second language to employees.
For three months leading up to the competition, more than 20 UCLA students advised teams from several Los Angeles-area high schools.
Six leaders of the Army ROTC program at UCLA jumped out on the freeway to save a driver from burning wreckage.
UCLA undergraduates in the Rocket Project have become science and engineering ambassadors at Los Angeles-area schools.
Dr. Lee Miller shared the stories that shaped his professional life during a special lecture for the UCLA medical student chapter of the Gold Humanism Honor Society.
Dozens of volunteers participated in an event at the Charles Young Research Library to help build detailed maps to assist relief efforts for the storm-ravaged island.
More than 3,000 UCLA volunteers hit 31 sites — schools, veterans services sites, parks, food banks, and senior and neighborhood centers — as part of the ninth annual day of service.
The ninth annual UCLA Volunteer Day will send students to more than 30 locations across Los Angeles to paint, clean, beautify and just make a difference.
Social welfare adjunct professor Jorja Leap has launched a 10-year project, the Watts Leadership Initiative, to deepen the indigenous leadership in the South L.A. community.
UCLA faculty who were first in their families to go to college help others like them overcome fear, self-doubt
Approximately 100 UCLA faculty members who were once first-generation college students are participating in a new effort to offer support and encouragement to current first-generation UCLA students as well as prospective students.
UCLA and neighborhood volunteers gathered at Horace Mann UCLA Community School in South Los Angeles for a spring cleaning on Saturday.