"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.
'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.
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.
July 2014 Issue
These men faced the risk of losing the activities they love most ... until UCLA surgeons came to the rescue.
Constructing the first satellite built entirely at UCLA was a team effort.
Allison “Hueman” Torneros ’08 has made a colorful splash since graduating from UCLA. A lot of colorful splashes, in fact.
If you struggle with your weight and can’t seem to stick to a workout plan, you’re not alone. And that's a fact many people overlook.
When Anastasia Loukaitou-Sideris came to the U.S. from Greece, she saw that Americans don’t really use their cities’ outdoor spaces. Today, the urban planning professor is helping to change that.
A Bruin guide to the season’s best in UCLA arts and culture, entertainment and sports
Producer Kenneth Macgowan's tenure at UCLA was his fourth career.
The Thirty Meter Telescope at the peak of Hawaii’s Mauna Kea volcano will give Bruin researchers and students access to the most powerful eye ever cast toward the sky.
The groundbreaking artist's work is on view at the Hammer Museum.
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.
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.
Allison Milionis's book showcases 13 sanctuaries that care for abandoned equines.
Campus News Feeds
- UCLA in the News December 19, 2014
- UCLA faculty voice: It’s lazy and inaccurate to say all terrorists are “crazy”
- Lost memories might be able to be restored, new UCLA study indicates
- Hammer Museum announces public engagement partnership with Art + Practice
Faculty + Staff News
- Courtney Lyder to step down as dean of UCLA School of Nursing
- After Hours: Eddie Murphy and her historic Ohio home
- In memoriam: Latin American historian Robert Burr
- Traveling overseas? UC can cover your personal travel
UCLA School of Theater, Film and Televison
- In the Spirit of Things
- Award-winning cinematographer Mandy Walker named 2014 Kodak Cinematographer-in- Residence
- Kathleen McHugh Named Associate Dean for Diversity and Equity
- Through the Camera Lens
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