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July 2019 Issue

FEATURES

First Movers: Four Pioneering Faculty Women

First Movers: Four Pioneering Faculty Women

Undaunted by bias, four extraordinary women helped shape UCLA.

DEPARTMENTS

quickTakes


Mr. Good Boy

A UCLA alum has created a mobile record store that puts a vinyl lover's spin on L.A. cart culture.

uclaStyle


Rainbow Radio

Kathy Tu couldn’t speak English when she came to the U.S. at age 5. Now she’s a popular podcast voice for the LGBTQ community and beyond.

lifeSigns


Laughing All the Way

Author and scholar Norman Cousins’ pioneering research on the impact of humor on health continues through the center that bears his name.

forwardThinker


Making Magic

Engineering Professor Leonard Kleinrock and one of his students sent the first computer-to-computer message, giving birth to the Internet.

happenings


Summer 2019 Happenings

A Bruin guide to the season’s best in UCLA arts and culture, sports and alumni events.

hailHills


Lighting the Way: Royce's Role

The man for whom UCLA’s flagship building is named was a proponent of idealism and devotion to a cause.

atIssue


Bruins For Life

Everyone who attends UCLA automatically becomes a lifelong member of the UCLA Alumni Association, where Bruins connect.

endPoint


Bright Lights, Big Wall

In May, Royce Hall was the canvas for a spectacle of light and sound celebrating a century of UCLA achievement and advancements.

WEB EXCLUSIVES

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

Spanning the Spectrum

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

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.

Ancient Art Uncovered

A new method enabled scientists to reveal precise details on an Egyptian painting.

Sea-ing Change

Thousands of citizen-scientists are helping researchers save kelp forests.

Can L.A.'s Wildlife Survive?

UCLA researchers have found genetic impacts of the 101 Freeway on several species.