Close to 80 entrepreneurial undergraduates have moved into the new design and innovation living learning community in Sproul Hall. Together, they are working to bring their imaginative ideas and concepts to life.
Two Olympians have already started their athletic careers as Bruins. Collectively, the "Freshman Four" are looking forward to immersing themselves in the student experience in Westwood.
Members of the Anderson class of 2018 soared to new heights at an orientation session devoted to personal development and team-building activities as they tackled the challenge course at UCLA's Sunset Canyon Recreation Center.
Thanks to the record generosity of UCLA students, the campus transformed old clothes into more than $1,600 for UCLA’s Mattel Children’s Hospital this week.
The team trained this week on UCLA’s North Athletic Field in advance of a Wednesday match against Liverpool FC at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena.
This professor of art history and Chicana/o studies received the 2016 Gold Shield Faculty Prize, given by the Gold Shield Alumnae of UCLA to a mid-career faculty member with outstanding accomplishments.
The League of American Bicyclists ranks UCLA as a Silver Bicycle-Friendly University. A holder of that distinction since 2011, UCLA is one of just 10 schools to move up in standing over the last year.
UCLA extends a spirited Bruin welcome this Saturday to 7,000 admitted transfer students and their family members.
According to the ranking by College Choice, the independent online publication that’s dedicated to helping students and their families find the right college, UCLA is the only public university in the top 10 list.
More than 15,700 prospective students and their families sampled faculty lectures, toured residence halls and asked questions about life at UCLA.
UCLA will be abuzz with activity on Saturday, April 16, when an anticipated 14,000 prospective students and their families come to campus for Bruin Day.
The UCLA Vanpool Program is one of the largest employer-based vanpool programs in California.
UCLA Newsroom revisits some of our favorite news items from the year. Publishing resumes on Jan. 4.
Bike lanes on and off campus, repair stations, incentive programs and other creative ways of supporting and encouraging biking at UCLA.
A former White House chef, the host of a popular food-focused radio show and a Slow Food Los Angeles leader are gathering at UCLA on Oct. 21 for a free Food Day program that will emphasize the impact of edible food waste.
UCLA students moving in to residence halls before classes start will not only find a newly renovated Saxon Residential Suites, but a new fitness center and commons building as well.
To meet the needs of students with dietary restrictions based on their religious faiths, Covel Commons will offer kosher and halal items.
For 25 years, David Ravetch, a senior lecturer at UCLA Anderson School of Management, has been the charismatic warm-up act kicking off three intense days of freshman orientation.
With more than 8,000 new students getting ready to move in, we tested a select few to see how well prepared they are for college in Westwood.
The 2015 Special Olympics World Games are ready to take center stage at UCLA.
By day, UCLA biochemist Ivan Lopez explores the molecular pathology of the inner ear; by night and on weekends, he is a black-belted martial arts master.
UCLA Residential Life’s Sustainable Living Community and the Education for Sustainable Living Program at UCLA have won awards given to honor innovation at UC and CSU campuses.
Thousands of summer learners, conference goers and day campers have already started to descend on UCLA for learning and fun. The Special Olympics World Games begin July 25.
Roger Pigozzi, corporate chef and assistant director of dining for UCLA Housing and Hospitality Services, reveals why he thinks the tomato is the most fascinating food and his favorite cookbook.
With recipes inspired by global cuisines and ingredients like spelt, kale and harissa, the recipes UCLA chefs create for students sound, look and taste like food from a trendy restaurant.