Students at Leo Politi Elementary School in Los Angeles greet UCLA volunteers. Reed Hutchinson/UCLA
Volunteers worked at more than 50 schools, public parks, senior centers, community centers and homeless service providers. Check out photos and video.
"I'm especially pleased to welcome our newest students to the Bruin family," Block writes in his message to the campus community.
One of the first health-themed dining halls in the country, Bruin Plate focuses on local, sustainable, fresh, wholesome and unprocessed foods.
Three newly opened buildings on "The Hill" further UCLA's commitment to providing students with a residential experience that complements their academic pursuits.
The hill where many UCLA students live is alive with the sound of chatter, eight-claps, cheering and laughter.
Fifth annual Volunteer Day will dispatch students and staff to more than 50 schools, senior centers, public parks, food banks and shelters.
UCLA staffers who have been involved in Volunteer Day since the beginning talk about their reasons and experiences.
Agnes Cesare, head counselor at UCLA Community School, tells the story of two former students who recently moved out of the school’s Koreatown/Pico-Union neighborhood and began to attend a school in South L.A.
New students are starting to learn what university life at UCLA is all about and begin to make lifelong memories. List of events.