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Brad A. Greenberg '04

Earth Man

Laurence C. SmithIs it time to move? In 2050 when global warming devastates most of the world, previously frozen northern climes will become the envy of the world as melting tundra releases locked-up natural resources, Prof. Laurence Smith predicts in his new book, The World in 2050.
Jan 1, 2011

The Traffic Whisperer

trafficwhisperer Doctoral candidate Eric Morris M.A. '06 left the lights of Hollywood to become an urban scholar, and has since found a starring role on The New York Times' Freakonomics blog.
Jan 1, 2010

Bruins in Space

 Astronaut Walt Cunningham '60 watches the starsBruin astronauts talk about zero-G "chipmunk face," the difficulty of being a working mother in space, and above all, the burning desire to explore space.
Oct 1, 2009

All That Jazz

JazzBy day he's an energy policy specialist — but by night, he transforms into a jazz radio deejay.
Oct 1, 2009

Capitol Gains Sidebar: Across the Aisle

Bruin Republicans offer their own prescription for economic health. It begins with tax cuts.
Jul 1, 2009

Cinematic: Mexico Versus the Martians

martianinvaders The Aztec Mummy vs. the invaders from Mars vs. the bare-chested luchadores! It's Mexican sci-fi, where it's always vs. someone, and it's awesome.
Jul 1, 2009

Money Down

Exploding cigar illustrationUCLA professors offer their input for healing our ailing economy.
Apr 1, 2009

On Exhibit: 500 Years of Other People

500faces The Hammer and Grunwald open up their treasure troves of contemporary art.
Jan 1, 2009

Family Values: A Nose for Trouble

nosefortrouble A different take on a classic.
Jan 1, 2009

Bruins Building Afghanistan

AfghanistanWhile it's unclear exactly how many Bruins are in war-torn Afghanistan, here are two who are making a difference as diplomats.
Jul 1, 2008

Sling Shot

slingshot UCLA Magazine interviews Sling Media CEO Blake Krikorian '90, who can provide you with local TV even when you are across the world.
Jul 1, 2008

Making Belief

Making BeliefAn fMRI shows brain differences among belief, disbelief and uncertainty
Apr 1, 2008

The Unmelting Pot

The Unmelting PotA UCLA study of Mexican Americans started in the 1960s is now completed, with unexpected findings.
Apr 1, 2008

The Art of Eating

The Art of EatingUCLA alumnus Jonathan Gold is the first food critic to ever win a Pulitzer Prize.
Feb 29, 2008

God and Grades

Man on red carpetReligion and science do battle daily on the streets, in the courts and in legislative halls. But on campus, many find a way to learn from both textbooks and holy books.
Oct 1, 2007

Life Preserver

Doctors at workA half-century ago, UCLA Medical Center was hailed as an "Atomic Era" hospital. When the new facility opens its doors, it will once again chart a new frontier in medical technology - this time for the 21st century.
Apr 1, 2007

Paper Trails

Old Daily Bruin issueHow the Daily Bruin made waves, made history and became one of the best-known college newspapers in America.
Jan 1, 2007

Renaissance Soldier: Phillip Carter

phillipcarter Soldier. Lawyer. Scholar. Captain Phillip Carter '97 J.D. '04 returns from Iraq and tells his war story.
Jan 1, 2007

The Naked City

The Naked CityWhat's underneath the hype behind new campus tradition the Undie Run? One of its co-founders reveals all.
Oct 1, 2006