Associate professor emeritus Robert Gurval brings us the historical tales behind some of the campus’s little-known gems.
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The event at Google headquarters in Venice Beach spotlights UCLA Anderson’s efforts to support campuswide entrepreneurship.
In 2011, four Bruins pledged to serve Native communities — here’s where they are today.
The ‘Algo-Lit’ class taught by Danny Snelson also explores ethical issues around text generator tools.
The Mental Health Education Institute summer program shows teachers how to use storytelling to really connect with students.
The awardees will study in Brazil, Chile, England, India, Japan, Mexico, Nigeria, South Korea, Sweden, Taiwan, Trinidad and Tobago, and Tunisia.
With “Napoleon” storming into theaters, we ask UCLA doctoral student Wilfrid Grandhomme about the infamous emperor.
Block received the Chairman’s Award from the Los Angeles Business Council a day after regents approved UCLA’s Gayley Towers redevelopment project.
From Westwood to New York, the No.1–ranked public university for veterans saluted veteran and military-connected students, staff, faculty, alumni patients and families.
Three UCLA student veterans share their stories of immigration and their passion for medical science.
The award recognizes campus efforts to support healthy, affordable, environmentally friendly transportation.
The new online tool brings all of UCLA’s health, well-being and social resources under a single tent.
Online UCLA calendar is dedicated to promoting campus programming around Indigenous intersectionality throughout the year.
The UCLA American Indian Studies Center selects Indigenous students, staff, faculty or alumni to profile in its monthly spotlight series.
From Nov. 6–9, units across campus will host events highlighting global issues and international opportunities for students.
The campus topped Harvard, Yale, UC Berkeley and UC Davis as the nation’s most ‘Instagrammable’ university.
Doctoral candidate Shantée Ayala Rosario explains whether scary entities really can sneak into our dreams on a Halloween night.
The Labor Movement Fellows program will allow students and faculty to engage with labor leaders, organizers and researchers.
Students and their families joined campus leaders for food, music, dancing and the latest on UCLA’s progress toward becoming a Hispanic-Serving Institution.
This year’s Latinx Welcome for students celebrated the campus’s progress toward becoming a Hispanic-Serving Institution.
Fueled by family members’ labor journeys, they’re working to improve economic and social injustices in L.A. and across the state.
In-person and virtual events include a launch party, wheelchair basketball, pop-up library displays and informative Zoom sessions.
With the Oct. 6 release of “The Exorcist: Believer,” UCLA doctoral student Arranne Rispoli looks at the intersection of exorcism and history.
As part of a panel discussion co-hosted by White House domestic policy advisor Neera Tanden and U.S. Secretary of Education Miguel Cardona
The new degree program will set students on a track toward music business–related careers.