Call of the Wild
UCLA Professor Susan Perry has spent 25 years studying capuchin monkeys in Costa Rica.
Nothing But Net
Men's water polo defeats USC to win UCLA's 112th NCAA title.
"Painting" with Time and Space
Environmental artist Lita Albuquerque '68 uses the Earth’s most challenging surfaces as her canvas.
The Great Flood of 2014
On July 29, breakage of a 90-year-old water main underneath Sunset Boulevard sent millions of gallons of water gush...
Pictures of Pain
Patients' drawings give medical students insight into illness.
The Master of Mid-Century L.A.
Legendary architect Welton Becket created the look of Los Angeles from the 1930s through the 1960s.
Movement and the Mind
Through martial arts, dance professor Janet O’Shea is learning more about cognition.
Steady Strumming Again
Guitar player Brad Carter demonstrates the success of his brain surgery.
Story Behind the Art
Metro artist Michele Martinez on the family history that inspired her design.
Healthy Lifestyles Built Here
All over the campus, the UCLA Community is choosing wellness.
July 2014 Issue
With help from your fellow Bruins, some unique experiences await you.
Filipino fighter Manny Pacquiao chose Drake Stadium to prepare for his bout with Floyd Mayweather, Jr.
A fascination with primates has taken Kotrina Kajokaite around the world.
Most people in recovery got help because someone was honest with them. But how do you approach those sensitive conversations?
After an earthquake destroyed UCLA architecture and urban design chair Hitoshi Abe’s hometown, he resolved to make the rebuilt city more people-friendly.
A Bruin guide to the season’s best in UCLA arts and culture, entertainment and sports.
The legendary architect who defined much of the look of mid-20th century Los Angeles carved his vision into the UCLA campus, too.
UCLA faculty, alumni and students set the pace in an increasingly interconnected world, driven by exciting new advances and fresh possibilities.
The storied venue has hosted everything from championship basketball to presidential debates. more »
UCLA Clothing wants to bring Westwood college lifestyle to the rest of the world.
UCLA submitted a grand vision for how to make the city the nation's most livable —and won $100,000 to make it real.
Since 2009, the percentage of students going to college has almost tripled.
What looked like an overnight success for the '05 UCLA grad actually followed years of hard work.
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