campus life


Four Olympians go for blue and gold as new Bruins

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.

New UCLA Anderson classmates learn to trust in the treetops

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.

Chelsea Football Club practices at UCLA

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.

Life in the bike lane

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.

15 UCLA stories from 2015

UCLA Newsroom revisits some of our favorite news items from the year. Publishing resumes on Jan. 4.

Dumb questions for new UCLA students

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.

Summer brings UCLA campus a different vibe

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.

Q&A: UCLA chef and lifelong foodie Roger Pigozzi

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.

12 dishes at UCLA that redefine ‘dorm food’

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.
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