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A Healthier New Year

A Healthier New YearThink of UCLA’s Semel Healthy Campus Initiative as your personal coach.
Jan 1, 2020

The Road to Car-Free Commutes

The Road to Car-Free CommutesUCLA’s status as a bike-friendly university has been a work in progress. Here’s the Master Plan.
Oct 1, 2019

Still Making History: Crest Theater

Still Making History: Crest TheaterThe venue is scheduled to reopen in 2021 as the UCLA Nimoy Theater.
Oct 1, 2019

Saving the Planet One RPM at a Time

Saving the Planet One RPM at a TimeUCLA’s Center for Climate Science embarks on a bicycle expedition.
Oct 1, 2019

CicLAvia: Heart of L.A. Takes Cyclists Back to UCLA's Origins

CicLAvia: Heart of L.A. Takes Cyclists Back to UCLA's OriginsIn celebration of UCLA's centennial, on Oct. 6, bikes and other non-motorized forms of movement will reclaim the streets of Los Angeles.
Oct 1, 2019

The Gray Space of The Good Place

The Gray Space of <em><strong>The Good Place </em></strongA UCLA philosophy professor has worked as a consultant in the writer's room for NBC's The Good Place.
Jul 1, 2019

Magic Lantern Man

Magic Lantern Man Erkki Huhtamo finds a light worth keeping alive in the preservation of magic lanterns.
Dec 14, 2018

Reality Intelligence

Reality IntelligenceLauren McCarthy's work is prompted by her own introversion.
Mar 14, 2018

Gone Today, Hair Tomorrow

Gone Today, Hair Tomorrow Hair loss may not be as permanent as once thought.
Jan 1, 2018

The Healing Garden

The Healing Garden UCLA’s first vertical garden enables Semel Institute patients to grow their own food and reduce stress.
Apr 1, 2017

Globe Trotters

Globe Trotters UCLA’s Alumni Travel Program offers a lot more than sun, sand and umbrella drinks. The adventures are rich and varied, especially when a renowned university scholar comes along.
Oct 1, 2016

Playing for Keeps

Playing for KeepsAre computer games fantasy or reality, culture or technology? Can they absorb the richness of humanity? The director of UCLA’s Game Lab ponders these and other questions.
Jul 1, 2016

A Tale of New Cities

A Tale of New Cities When Anastasia Loukaitou-Sideris came to the U.S. from Greece, she noticed that Americans don’t really use their cities’ outdoor spaces. Working as an architect, she soon felt compelled to get outside of structures, so she transitioned into urban design. Today the urban planning professor’s interests span from the smallest places in a city, such as parklets, to larger infrastructures, such as high-speed rail.
Jan 15, 2015

From Test Tubes to YouTube

From Test Tubes to YouTubeProfessor Neil Garg finds novel ways to reach budding scientists.
Apr 1, 2014

Sugar and Stationery

Buried SecretTwo Bruins prove the stationery business is alive and well.
Oct 1, 2013

The Superhero's Shrink

superheroshrink Batman inspired Andrea Letamendi's career in human behavior.
Jul 1, 2013

Dressing Success

dressingsuccess Deborah Nadoolman Landis intended to be a historian, but costume design came naturally.
Jul 1, 2013

Bill Walton: Off the Court, On the Road

billwaltoncycling The UCLA basketball great says his bike is his freedom.
Apr 22, 2013

Body Language: UCLA Dance

dancekenji Many dance schools teach technique. UCLA also imparts a conviction that art really can change the world.
Apr 1, 2013

TFT Joins the Cirque

Cirque TFT's new partnership with Cirque du Soleil could make students' wishes to join the circus come true.
Apr 1, 2013

The Lyder Side of Westwood

lyderside UCLA School of Nursing restaurant hops in Westwood.
Apr 1, 2013

Village Visions

villagevisionsThe School of Arts and Architecture has a vision for reviving Westwood.
Jan 1, 2013

Stonehaus: Fine Vines in Westlake

StonehausThis gourmet tasting room features the wines of Bruin Bob Kelly.
Dec 18, 2012

Direct Action

DuvernayAva DuVernay is the first African-American woman to be named best director at the Sundance Film Festival.
Oct 1, 2012

A Delicious Idea: Vegan Cuisine on Campus

sporkThe UCLA Dining team looked to these sisters to learn to cook vegan.
Jul 1, 2012

Vegan Voices

Fish on a plateEthics, health and the environment are some of the reasons these Bruins have become vegan.
Jul 1, 2012

Come on in; the Water's Fine

aquaticclubAll skill levels are welcome to take the plunge at the nation's largest masters swimming program.
Apr 26, 2012

Savoring Spring, Bruin-Style

Lauren Eckstrom in Malibu Creek State Park. A seasonal guide to Bruin-related eateries, river tours, yoga getaways and more.
Apr 1, 2012

Bruins in Love

Jan 1, 2012

Into the Wild

IntoWildjan12How is urbanization affecting wildlife? UCLA research is finding out.
Jan 1, 2012

Bruins In Love

Bruin coupleCupid has been busy at UCLA since Day One.
Jan 1, 2012

Hooray for Bollywood

BollywoodWhat's with all the stomping, roaring and drumming coming lately from the Wooden Center's Pyramid Room?
Jul 1, 2011

Field Work

Gevrina Seferaj"Just do it" isn't just a tagline for Nike Field Reporter Gevvy Seferaj '11.
Apr 1, 2011

Reel Science

High-school sweethearts Junie Hildebrandt and Richard Moon swapped science labs for movie sets.
Apr 1, 2011

Another Pour from Bruin Vintners

Another pour for Bruin VintersReaders gave our Bruin winemakers story such a rousing response, we had to call for one more round. Cheers!
Jul 16, 2010

The Fruits of Their Labor

Wine barrel with alumnaPlan a summer road trip to wineries owned and operated by UCLA alumni and you'll find a wonderland of excellent vintages, lush landscapes, and fascinating stories of how these Bruin vintners came to devote their days to the grape.
Jul 1, 2010

Backstage Pass

UCLA cast and crew of the HousekeeperTake a peek behind the curtain of the latest production by the UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television.
Apr 1, 2010

Mind Openers: Sexier When Wet: The Art of Marilyn Minter

mintermouth Her sensual works have even caught Madonna's attention.
Oct 1, 2009

A Bruin Guide to Great Summer Travel

Woman opening up suitcaseWhether you've decided on a "staycation" or a trip to Europe, Bruin travelers have tips for you.
Jul 1, 2009

Birthing Businesses

IncubatorHow can companies springing from UCLA research get a foothold in this economy? By nestling into the UCLA business incubator.
Jul 1, 2009

Summer Travel Sidebar: All About Fall

Statue in front of sunsetSave money by having your summer fun in autumn.
Jul 1, 2009

The Pink Panther's Daughter

The Pink Panther's DaughterGrammy winner Monica Mancini, daughter of Pink Panther composer Henry Mancini, comes to UCLA to perform her father's classic songs and other songs that inspired her growing up.
Mar 5, 2009

Cinematic: Struggling in Sao Paolo

saopaolo UCLA's Latin American Film Institute continues its monthly Brazilian Film Series with A Casa de Alice in February. The series, co-hosted by the Brazilian Consulate, seeks to bring the social impact of Brazil's diverse film offerings to UCLA, says institute director and Brazilian film expert Randal Johnson.
Jan 1, 2009

Fertility: It's A Stretch

YogaYoga is one of the key components in the Mind Body Institute's Fertility Wellness Program at UCLA.
Jul 1, 2008

Lost in Translation

Lost in TranslationSarcasm can be used to victimize, self deprecate or even woo. Assistant Professor Greg Bryant clues you in on this age old tradition and even gives some tips on how to recognize some of it's more difficult advances.
Aug 28, 2007

Girlie Math

Girlie MathDanica McKellar is taking an unlikely approach to spreading girlie empowerment through math.
Aug 8, 2007


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