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Students + Campus
We ask UCLA doctoral student Kevin Cruz Amaya about Latino film representation getting a superheroic charge.
By the end of the program, more than 90% of campers said they believed other children their age could learn organic chemistry.
Admission of California students grew by 4.7% overall, with 37% of state-resident freshmen coming from historically underrepresented groups.
With “The Meg 2” opening in theaters, we ask UCLA Ph.D. candidate De’Marcus Robinson which he would rather face.
Chancellor Gene Block and Executive Vice Chancellor and Provost Darnell Hunt attended the year-end celebration of the health and well-being-focused initiative.
It was closed during the pandemic, but the shop now boasts an expanded array of services for Bruin cyclists.
As “Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny” whips into theaters, a UCLA doctoral candidate describes her real-life archaeology adventures.
For more than 25 years since the passage of Proposition 209, UCLA has taken action to preserve the rich diversity of the campus environment.
The competition, organized by UCLA, Amazon and consulting firm Slalom, introduces students to new ways of using technology to address critical issues.
Alumnus and actor Randall Park, Chancellor Block and others encourage graduates to make meaningful change in the world.
After transferring from Los Angeles Valley College, Kelly Kingman, 55, is graduating with honors from UCLA.
After years of foster care and incarceration, the single mom found her calling — and a welcoming space on campus.
Thien Nguyen has seen too many people, including members of her family, suffering.
Noise-canceling headphones, fidget toys and a calming room will be available to audience members for the first time.
During her four years at UCLA, Sam Vi-Tang found her calling — and friends she will never forget.
“As my family members helped each other, I hope to do that with a professional lens on a broader scale,” says graduating senior Samantha Gallegos.
Eduardo Jacques Martinez, a former Marine reservist, will apply his UCLA geology degree to studying renewable energy.
The title-winning women’s soccer and men’s volleyball teams were joined by Chancellor Block in Washington, D.C., for College Athlete Day.
Morolake Omoya is the first Black UCLA student to earn three degrees in civil and environmental engineering.
For Drew Nishikawa, personal experience, a meaningful internship and a minor in disability studies pointed the way forward.
Graduating senior Antwan Adams keeps finding ways for others to benefit from his varied experiences.
Through a new program, student-athletes can earn professional certificates while retaining NCAA eligibility.
Over the past year, 120 UCLA students contributed 450 service hours each through the new program.
We spotlight the unique journeys of just some of the 14,000-plus Bruins who will receive their degrees this week.