Alumnus D’Artagnan Scorza, who delivered the UCLA College’s address, told the ‘class of justice’ to work toward building a more equitable post-pandemic world.
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All 38 students are planning to attend college this fall.
UCLA medical school graduate Gabriela López pays tribute to the sacrifices made by her parents and others.
Pedro Borges had teachers tell him that he would never “graduate from anything” and now he’s getting his master’s at UCLA in Latin American studies.
Now in its 24th year at UCLA, the event has flourished and spread to other universities.
The graduating dancer and choreographer will speak at UCLA Arts’ virtual commencement on June 12.
Hassan Akmal says the best way to predict the future is to create it.
To celebrate and honor LGBTQ Bruins the iconic building became a stunning kaleidoscope of colors.
Anne Nguyen saw how work in the classroom can help communities in need.
Members of the school’s first cohort to earn the bachelor’s degree in public affairs documented the joys and challenges of their unpredictable senior year.
Global media leader appeared on video to congratulate the first high school graduates from the innovative school, which launched in 2017.
As the pandemic set in, the students pivoted their research focus from food security in Los Angeles to their fellow UCLA students.
She will speak at the UCLA Arts 2021 virtual commencement ceremony on June 12.
Online-only class allows organizers to welcome students from the United States, Mexico and Guatemala.
UCLA commencement speakers include alumnus D’Artagnan Scorza, Black Lives Matter’s Patrisse Cullors, astronaut Megan McArthur
Graduation season shifts from virtual to hybrid celebrations.
The program offers a range of courses spanning history, language, literature and more.
Years of activism and organizing delivered the new Black Bruin Resource Center.
The UCLA event will also feature panel on health equity and social justice.
The program provides financial assistance, mentoring and other support for more than 200 students.
The event featured remarks from U.S. Rep. Ted Lieu, Dean Jennifer Mnookin, UCLA and NBA legend Bill Walton, as well as law school alumni Judge Paul Watford and U.S. Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand.
Q&A with UCLA’s inaugural assistant vice chancellor for civil rights, whose office helps ensure that everyone can learn, teach or work free from discrimination or harassment.
Students are working with faculty and staff to make sure everyone can see themselves in the profession.
Civic leader, social justice advocate, decorated U.S. Navy veteran and UCLA alumnus D’Artagnan Scorza will deliver the keynote address.
The virtual awards ceremony will be livestreamed on May 22.
Under the proposed policy, the university would require students, faculty, academic appointees and staff who are accessing campus facilities to be immunized against SARS-CoV-2.