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The Power of Positive Change

The Power of Positive Change A public university exists not only to impart knowledge, but also to apply that knowledge to make a better world. For 100 years, UCLA has done just that.
May 10, 2019

It's Your Move

It's Your MoveValorie Kondos Field's success in gymnastics coaching is rooted in her past endeavors — and now made public in her new book.
Sep 14, 2018

Block Parties

Block PartyThe next tech revolution may already be here, thanks to blockchains.
Jul 1, 2018

Head and Heart

Head and HeartProfessor Jeff Burke is melding technology with storytelling, artificial intelligence with live theater.
Mar 14, 2018

Empower the Future

Empower the Future Consider the interactions between privacy, people and technology at the upcoming FuturizeX forum.
May 9, 2017

Get Smart

Get SmartThe UCLA Center for SMART Health combines the forces of medicine and engineering.
Oct 1, 2016

Diversity Not Included

Diversity Not IncludedHollywood receives another failing report card for poor representation of women and minorities.
Jul 1, 2016

Humanoid Nature

Humanoid NatureThe robots of UCLA’s Robotics and Mechanisms Laboratory are designed for serious jobs, but their creators have a lot of fun.
Apr 1, 2016

Gray Matters

Gray MattersWe are beginning to unlock the mysteries of the mind, and the implications are extraordinary.
Jan 1, 2016

Hope is Real: The UCLA Depression Grand Challenge

Hope is Real: The UCLA Depression Grand ChallengeUCLA scientists have launched a historic effort to tackle and treat depression.
Jan 1, 2016

The Great Pumpkin: A UCLA History of Halloween

The Great PumpkinThe spookiest holiday of the year is not what it used to be.
Oct 7, 2015

True Colors: Hollywood's Diversity Dilemma

True Colors For the second year in a row, the Hollywood Diversity Report from the Ralph J. Bunche Center for African American Studies at UCLA shows that the percentage of nonwhite and female talent and executives in the entertainment industry remains distressingly low, despite a direct correlation between diversity and bottom-line success.
Apr 1, 2015

Declaration of Independence

Declaration of IndependenceTogether, can we make the LA region 100 percent sustainable in water and energy by 2050?
Oct 1, 2014

An Even Greater Good

An Even Greater Good The Centennial Campaign for UCLA will create a higher education model for a new century.
Jul 1, 2014

Raul Ruiz's Political Prescription

Political Prescription The son of migrant workers, Congressman Raul Ruiz ’94 was dubbed by Politico as a freshman lawmaker most likely to succeed.
Jan 1, 2014

Clayborne Carson: King's Chronicler

King's Chronicler: Clayborne CarsonThe man who edits and publishes MLK’s papers also lived the Civil Rights Movement.
Jan 1, 2014

UCLA: The Economic Engine

UCLA: The Economic EngineA look at UCLA’s enormous fiscal impact on L.A. and the state.
Oct 1, 2013

Balancing Acts

kleiman Mark Kleiman is the go-to guy on issues related to drug policy.
Jul 1, 2013

Pitch Man

Pitch Man Jon Banks is the co-founder of your not-so-typical ad agency.
Apr 1, 2013

Remembering the Fallen

Fallen Bill Beigel helps us remember Bruins who gave their lives for us during World War II.
Apr 1, 2013

A Classic Affair

aclassicaffair A website produced by three Bruins targets fine-car enthusiasts.
Jan 1, 2013

The World Until Yesterday

The World Until Yesterday In his latest book, Professor Jared Diamond looks at what we can learn from traditional societies.
Jan 1, 2013

Telling the Forgotten Stories of American Education

Mike RoseMike Rose merges scholarship and storytelling to focus on the less-visible learners and the promise of second chances.
Oct 31, 2012

Rise of the Rocketeers

DragonEight Bruins have become astronauts, seven on manned missions.
Oct 1, 2012

Knock It Off

Knock OffProfessor Kal Raustiala's new book says imitation can be the most sincere form of innovation.
Oct 1, 2012

Google to Top Gun Techie

TopShot"/Bruin Chris Cheng '03, went from Google project manager to winner of the History Channel's Top Shot reality show competition.
Oct 1, 2012

On the Campaign Trail

VavreckIn her new book, Lynn Vavreck brings academic insight into the hurly-burly of an American election.
Oct 1, 2012

Light for Light

mwangacandlesMike '08 and Becca Bateman are out to light the world.
Jul 1, 2012

I'd Like To Teach the World to Sell

music in advertisementsNew book is the first to tell the story of music in commercials.
Jul 1, 2012

The Clutter Culture

owned boxesA multi-year study by UCLA's Center on Everyday Life of Families reveals contemporary suburban America as it really is.
Jul 1, 2012

About a Boy: Nancy Cartwright

Nancy CartwrightIn addition to voicing the iconic Simpsons character, Nancy Cartwright is an author, race car driver and mobile app creator.
Jul 1, 2012

Jumped In: A UCLA Scholar's 10-Year Journey into L.A.'s Gang Culture

Jorja LeapJorja Leap's new book recounts what she learned from gang members and their families.
May 15, 2012

Team Rubicon: Disaster Relief

Team Rubicon These volunteers race to provide medical aid to those most in need.
Apr 1, 2012

It takes an Optimist: New UCLA Ad Campaign Stars Bruin World-Changers.

Anna Lee FisherNew UCLA ad campaign stars Bruin world-changers.
Feb 15, 2012

Let Freedom Tweet

JohnRailtonJohn Scott-Railton is an "urban planner." He's also the one who set up the live Twitter feeds in Egypt and Libya during the Arab Spring.
Jan 1, 2012

Scratch and Play

DJ on turntableThink you're ready to DJ at those Vegas clubs? First, take a class at Scratch LA with Bruin alum DJ Hapa '03.
Oct 1, 2011

Woody Woodpecker's Great Big Little Secret

Woody WoodpeckerWho knew modern art was hiding in classic Woody Woodpecker cartoons of the 1940s?
Oct 1, 2011

Cinematic: Remember the Rebels

Remember the rebelsSpecial screenings feature the work of UCLA's movie-making rebels from the late '60s to early '80s.
Oct 1, 2011

Into Africa

Anne RimoinAnne Rimoin is a virus hunter and an American archetype, a brave and resourceful scientist/ adventurer.
Oct 1, 2011

Natural Wonder

Louie SchwartzbergUCLA Magazine Q&A with Clio-winning, Emmy-nominated director and cinematographer Louie Schwartzberg, a pioneer in the art of nature and aerial cinematography.
Jul 1, 2011

On Exhibit: Road Work

roadwork Two visionaries of counter-culture art and language come together in one fascinating package.
Jul 1, 2011

Street Smiles

Street SmilesA Bruin's goofy-face street 'toons become a global happiness project.
Jul 1, 2011

A New Blueprint For Public Life

City blueprint illustrationArmed with a $100 million gift from alumni Meyer and Renee Luskin, UCLA's School of Public Affairs is building a powerful new resource to reshape civic life.
Apr 1, 2011

Arctic Art

What drove acclaimed UCLA art and design professor Rebeca Méndez to conquer the North Pole?
Apr 1, 2011

Music That Cooks

Meet Iron Chef's secret to spicy TV: Bruin composer Craig Marks.
Apr 1, 2011

Mind Openers: Peel This

peelthis Who knows what's really news these days and what isn't? Editors of The Onion excel in blurring already fine lines.
Jan 1, 2011

The Faces of Change

Student looking up into sunset skyFive years since the number of African-American freshmen choosing to enter UCLA's incoming class dwindled to fewer than 100, an extraordinary effort among the entire university community has enrollment re-energized.
Jan 1, 2011

No Ordinary Family

Hovannisian familyThe Hovannisian family has three generations of Bruins, but more remarkably, a story combining Armenian history with tragedy, memory and redemption.
Jan 1, 2011

Babies, By the Book

bookNaturally, UCLA's Darling library would be the one to hold the world-renowned Baby Books Collection.
Oct 1, 2010

Get Ready: UCLA To Go

uclatogo UCLA mobile means everything Bruin is literally at your fingertips, from game tickets and top exhibits down to when the next campus shuttle will arrive.
Oct 1, 2010

Cinematic: Dinosaurs and Dengue

dengue"/ You'll re-imagine The Lost World when you hear it set live to the band Dengue Fever's vintage Cambodian pop.
Oct 1, 2010

Basic Instinct

basicinstinct The man who brought Conan O'Brien back to TV is a theater grad who has transformed television.
Oct 1, 2010

Clean Clothes, Wet Power

Clean ClothesWho's behind a dry-cleaning revolution? A Bruin helps a chemically industry clean green.
Oct 1, 2010

When Worlds Collide

EnigmaWatch out! These Bruin Enigmans just might take over the universe. The student/alumni sci-fi/fantasy/etc. club turn their passions into professions.
Oct 1, 2010

Public Works: Volunteer Day 2010

Tara Noorani painting lifeguard stationWhat has 12,000 legs and cleans up L.A.? A 6,000-Bruin army dedicated to community service.
Sep 20, 2010

Art and Ancient Mariners

EubankAs an "expedition artist," alumna Danielle Eubank shipped out on a replica of a 6th-century boat to paint what inspires her as the crew proves they can circle Africa. She joined British businessman Philip Beale on his naval quest to prove that the ancient Phoenicians circumnavigated Africa before the Portuguese.
Jul 1, 2010

The Dancing Truth

CastenadaProf David Delgado Shorter about a psychotropic trip that never happened, and other misrepresentations of Yaqui culture.
Jul 1, 2010

Outlaw Biology

Cowboy doing biologyA couple of guys in a garage changed computer technology. Will someone in a basement one day transform biology just as radically? We explore the tantalizing — and maybe terrifying — frontier of synthetic biology and do-it-yourself life science.
Jul 1, 2010

Rocking Classroom

Rocking ClassroomOwen Jackman '89 offers his students at Leonardo Da Vinci School in Sacramento a unique opportunity to learn and perform music with The Leonardo Da Vinci Blues Band.
Jul 1, 2010

Healing Artisan

Dean of Medicine Dr. A Eugene WashingtonThe new dean of the David Geffen School of Medicine and vice chancellor of health sciences at UCLA talks about his ideas of leadership, where medicine is headed, and what he'll bring to Westwood.
Apr 1, 2010

Power Player

powerplayer This tech guru has created technology that has saved businesses and consumers over $4 billion dollars — that's a whole lotta green!
Apr 1, 2010

Cinematic: Space Trip

spacetrip Even with 8 months left until its release, Disney's TRON Legacy is building huge buzz.
Apr 1, 2010

Curtain Up: Nightmare with Music

nightmarealley Movie and TV icon Gil Cates, who once worked circuses and ice shows, directs the world premiere of Nightmare Alley, a musical about the seedy world of carnies, cons and clairvoyants.
Apr 1, 2010

Get Ready: Blue and Golden Opportunities

blueandgolden Looking for the perfect gift for your favorite Bruin? Check out what the UCLA Alumni Association offers.
Jan 1, 2010

New America

 Korean restaurant at nightThe Ethnic Studies centers at UCLA have done more than tackle cultural clashes — for forty years, these centers have been on the forefront of New America, a multicultural society brimming with endless possibilities.
Jan 1, 2010

Bruins in Blue

 Bruin alumni on UCPDThese officers who protect and serve with the LAPD have one thing in common — they are all Bruins.
Jan 1, 2010

Hit Forward: The Internet's Next 40 Years

Robot Hand and Human Hand"We'll have holograms. And we'll have microchip brain implants. Right now, I have to look something up on iPhone. In the future, I'll just think it." On the Internet's 40th b-day, UCLA's great thinkers predict the next 40 years.
Oct 27, 2009

Get Ready: Blogging Bruins

bloggingbruins UCLA faculty find a new realm to share their ideas.
Oct 1, 2009

Cinematic: Footsteps and Fog

footstepsandfog UCLA Film and Television Archive puts a British spin on noir style.
Oct 1, 2009

Winners Then, Winners Now: 21st Century Edition

Student athletes of the 21st CenturyMeet the latest crop of scholar-athletes carrying the banner for UCLA's 2009 NCAA advertisements.
Sep 4, 2009

Future Jobs

Twitter, MySpace, YouTube, Facebook futureWhen it comes to providing job skills for the future, UCLA Extension has always been on the cutting edge, starting with French classes for nurses going overseas during WWI, and later aerospace classes for LA's burgeoning flight industry. Now, classes look ahead to sustainability, social networking and online advertising.
Jul 1, 2009

Future Jobs Sidebar: Booming Business

Facebook and YouTube holding handsBaby boomers hate to be left out of a trend. Here's how the biggest generation is sending ripples into the future workforce, both by staying in longer and by getting out.
Jul 1, 2009

Curtain Up: Power Play

powerplay Chris Noth (Mr. Big from Sex and the City) and Chris Pine (Captain Kirk in this summer's Star Trek movie) star in the Geffen's political play, Farragut North, taking us in the thick of a national election with all the tricks and behind-the-scenes conversations.
Jul 1, 2009

Jobs, not Jails

HomeboyFather Greg Boyle has helped thousands of gang members through his Homeboy Industries, and UCLA researchers are conducting the first scientific study about its success.
Apr 1, 2009

Campus Coupling

Campus CouplingHow do UCLA students think about sex in 2009? Find out from a recent grad who created a sex site when she realized her peers lacked basic information, and a campus sex columnist who sees less emphasis on commitment before sex.
Mar 26, 2009

Reviewing the Reviewers

ReviewerA look at why UCLA admissions uses "holistic review," why one professor challenged it, and UCLA's plan to review the process.
Jan 1, 2009

Professor Conspirator

profconspirator Eugene Volokh, UCLA law professor, is one of the most famous and controversial legal experts in America.
Jan 1, 2009

A Blaze of Bruin Glory

Bruin LightsThe history of Saturday Night Bruin Lights.
Oct 1, 2008

Of Sheiks & Cinema

Jonathan Friedlander collects Pop Culture artifactsJonathan Friedlander is traveling the U.S. to save what's left of an entire movement in American Cinema.
Jul 1, 2008

Greening the Center

Greening the CenterBruin Pouria Abbassi aims to make the Los Angeles Convention Center the greenest facility anywhere
Apr 1, 2008

Mind Opener: The Shapes of Things

shapesofthings On April 22, Thom Mayne delivers the 104th Faculty Research Lecture.
Apr 1, 2008

On Exhibit: Writings on the Wall

On Exhibit: Writings on the WallFascinating African art is displayed in this exhibition.
Jan 29, 2008

The Shootist

shootist Brent Thomas, director of the famous "1984" Apple commercial, talks with Jack Feuer about his experiences in the industry.
Jan 1, 2008

Cinematic: Heroes and Hospitals

Cinematic: Heroes and HospitalsThis soldier story will keep audiences on the edge of their seat. The scariest part? Every second of this documentary is real.
Oct 1, 2007

Machines are people, too

Machines Are People, TooTruman is not human. He is a socialbot, the first "socially adept" robot created by UCLA instructor Dario Nardi.
Jul 1, 2007

On Exhibit: Ancient Qumran Comes Alive

On Exhibit: Ancient Qumran Comes AliveWhat did the Israel look like 2,000 years ago? Visit the San Diego Natural History Museum and find out.
Jul 1, 2007

Think big: Kareem Abdul-Jabbar

kareemthinkbigIn his latest, On the Shoulders of Giants, the quintessential scholar-athlete returns to the famous New York City neighborhood where he grew up, chronicling the remarkable Harlem Renaissance of the '20s and '30s and its enduring influence on athletics, literature, music, politics — and Kareem Abdul-Jabbar.
Jul 1, 2007

Kid Friendly: Neal Halfon

nealhalfon Q&A with the international champion of healthy kids and director of the UCLA Center for Healthier Children, Families & Communities.
Apr 1, 2007

Final Four Is Twice As Nice

Final Four Is Twice As NiceIt's time for Ben Ball, the sequel. For the second consecutive year, and the first time since the storied Wooden Era, UCLA has made it to back-to-back Final Fours.
Mar 26, 2007

Equality Gap Still Exists Among Black and White Californians

Equality Gap Still Exists Among Black and White CaliforniansA group of California lawmakers vowed to improve college preparation for African Americans, access to better jobs and even the availability of healthier foods in their communities.
Jan 31, 2007

Sex and the Single Cell

Sex and the Single CellIs a cheatin' heart hard-wired into every female? Research from UCLA indicates that women may have evolved to want to stray during the most fertile part of their cycle -- but only if they find their partners less than, well, hot.
Apr 1, 2006


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