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January 2020 Issue


The Problem Solvers

The Problem Solvers

From Westwood to the Texas-Mexico border and Haiti, UCLA people are tackling global inequities, one heartfelt step at a time.



Revealed: The Rules of Polite Debate

We are weeks away from the California primary. Political temperatures may soar, but with these tips, you can keep it cool.


From Insecurity to Influence

Bruin D’Artagnan Scorza is a busy social leader and educator — and he still has time to escape in an RV with his family on weekends.


A Silver Lining

The benefits that come with age are many. We need to start cultivating them now.


Move Along

Through UCLA’s Dancing Disability Lab, professor Victoria Marks brings international artists together to shape the future of disability in dance.


Winter 2020 Happenings

An exclusive Bruin guide to the season’s best in UCLA arts and culture, community events, entertainment and sports.


John Wooden Changed My Life

A UCLA varsity yell leader remembers the influence that the legendary basketball coach had on his life.


A Milestone in Technology

The network we now know as the internet had its beginnings at UCLA. And we’ve made a long journey down that superhighway.


City Cycles

Scores of cycling, walking and skating Angelenos traveled through 6-plus miles of carless streets for CicLAvia: Heart of L.A.

January 2019 Magazine Cover - The Trouble with Vaping


Hammer's American Cinematic Icon

Hammer's American Cinematic Icon

The UCLA Film & Television Archive celebrates John Sayles and Maggie Renzi, who together paved the way for independent films. more »

UCLA Beach Volleyball Wins Second-Straight NCAA Title

UCLA Beach Volleyball Wins Second-Straight NCAA Title

Coming back with memories and a tan is nice, but an NCAA title is even better. more »

Spanning the Spectrum

In addition to conducting research on the disorder, UCLA provides support for the autism community.

Hearing the Past

The re-opening of the Ethnomusicology Archive offers new ways for visitors to listen.

A Diverse Lens

More inclusive films are a recent trend in the film industry, but Bruins have been ahead of that curve for a long time.

Dreams Came True

At UCLA, Carol Burnett envisioned herself in New York but didn’t know how she would get there. The answer came from a couple of fellow Bruins.

Come Together

UCLA is now integrating three specialized schools into one course.

Roots Deep in Environmentalism

Valeree Catangay not only sparks conversation about the environment, but also creates action.

Driven Toward a Better Future

These Native American siblings stopped at nothing to graduate from UCLA and lift their community.

From Dimes to Fahrenheit 451

Ray Bradbury's novel has been adapted into films, plays and video games, but it all began in the basement of Powell Library.