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.
'84 Olympics at UCLA
The campus was transformed to become a venue for the Summer Games.
Instruments of Culture
The Herb Alpert School of Music's collection of instruments reflects its global perspective.
More of Mitchell Manger's Vintage Instruments
A Bruin takes us on a tour of his unique collection.
Healthy Lifestyles Built Here
All over the campus, the UCLA Community is choosing wellness.
Story Behind the Art
Metro artist Michele Martinez on the family history that inspired her design.
Hats Off to the Class of 2014
Nobel laureate and basketball legend lead festive send-off for newest Bruin alumni.
Reflections and Projections
A spectacular light and sound show projected onto Royce Hall launched the Centennial Campaign for UCLA.
Listen as students, alumni and instructors divulge the details of "Doubleblind."
July 2014 Issue
Alex Caputo-Pearl is the new president of the 31,000-member United Teachers Los Angeles.
Wende Museum founder Justinian Jampol spends his days surrounded by Cold War history.
Video game animation director Sunil Thankamushy changed the style of his creations after he became a dad.
Kerri L. Johnson, associate professor of communication studies and psychology, offers tips on how to see each person as a unique individual.
After David Gere saw that art could change people's thinking, he created "Make Art/Stop AIDS" to intervene in the HIV epidemic.
An exclusive Bruin guide to the season’s best in UCLA arts and culture, entertainment and sports
How many of these vanished campus landmarks do you remember?
In person and online, Bruins should strive for civil debate that incorporates critical thinking and respect, as well as restraint and compassion.
A generous gift funds improvements to the Mildred E. Mathias Botanical Garden.
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 per- centage of students going to college has almost tripled.
UCLA was once again well represented in the annual Colorado showcase of new films.
Exhibition gives medical students insight into how individuals experience pain.
What looked like an overnight success for the '05 UCLA grad actually followed years of hard work.
Three decades have passed since UCLA hosted the Summer Games.
Allison Milionis's book showcases 13 sanctuaries that care for abandoned equines.
Campus News Feeds
- UCLA in the News October 24, 2014
- UCLA and UCI awarded $8 million grant to launch collaborative stem cell clinic
- Answering your questions about Ebola
- Transistor developed at UCLA significantly outperforms existing models
Faculty + Staff News
- New staff leader's an expert in helping employees grow
- From electrical engineer to decision-making expert
- 'The midterm elections: Turnout, undecided voters and those ads you love to hate'
- Bruins roll away with free bikes
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