The archeological find of a lifetime.
The robots of UCLA’s Robotics and Mechanisms Laboratory have their feet firmly planted in the future.
UCLA’s campus is home to more than 500 vastly different plant species.
Pride & Glory
Special Olympics World Games 2015 provided athletes with a sense of pride, lasting friendships and inspiration.
Call of the Wild
UCLA Professor Susan Perry has spent 25 years studying capuchin monkeys in Costa Rica.
Campus Plants Tour
Take a tour of the plants on campus with Wayne Dollase.
UCLA Steve Tisch BrainSPORT Program
UCLA tackles sports-related concussions.
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.
July 2014 Issue
The UCLA Film & Television Archive’s founders were determined not to let film culture slip away.
Jake Heggie’s overnight success as an opera composer surprised no one more than him.
If you exercise only occasionally, or have been inactive for a long time, it's best to pace yourself.
For Abel Valenzuela, inequality isn’t just academic; it’s personal.
A Bruin guide to the season’s best in UCLA arts and culture, entertainment and sports.
More than 50 years ago, a visionary provost prompted UCLA’s shift to a residential campus.
Herb Alpert School of Music balances scholarship, performance and composition across genres.
Funds will go to projects focused on conservation and ecosystem health.
Retired Congressman advised students to get involved and remain optimistic.
UCLA’s annual freshman survey finds incoming students now more likely to participate in protests.
U.S. Poet Laureate, a Bruin, invites the nation to come together to create an “epic poem.”
When a young patient at Mattel Children’s Hospital posted a sign in her window, the fraternity across the street took note.
Those aged 18 to 29 drive the service economy, yet are the largest share of low-wage earners.
Campus News Feeds
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UCLA School of Theater, Film and Televison
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- Academy Awards Nominations
- Dungey Named ABC Entertainment Group President
- 30th Robby Awards for Excellence in Theater