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Sandy Siegel '72

Written in Stone

Written in StoneTake a look at some of the inscriptions on campus that you may have missed before.
Jul 1, 2017

History Onboard

History OnboardThe Freedom Train sparked a rededication to American values at UCLA.
Apr 1, 2017

The Way We Were

The Way We Were Bruins of all ages love to recall the Westwood stores, cafés and nightspots where they made lasting memories.
Oct 1, 2016

UCLA Goes to War

UCLA Goes to WarWhen the U.S. entered World War II in December 1941, so did UCLA.
Oct 1, 2015

Another Champion Made Here

Another Champion Made HereThe general manager of the winning Golden State Warriors is a Bruin.
Oct 1, 2015

All in the UC Family

All in the UC Family The new chancellor of UC Irvine is a three-time UCLA grad.
Jul 1, 2015

Hunting Hidden Treasures

Hunting Hidden Treasures Take a different kind of campus tour by scoping out lesser-known landmarks you may never have noticed.
Apr 1, 2015

Drama King

Drama King Kenneth Macgowan's tenure at UCLA was his fourth career.
Jan 15, 2015

Disappearing Acts

Disappearing ActsHow many of these vanished campus landmarks do you remember?
Oct 1, 2014

Writer of the Lost Monarch

Writer of the Lost MonarchKara Cooney wants you to know about an ancient Egyptian female ruler not named Cleopatra.
Oct 1, 2014

Courting Success: UCLA Women's Basketball

Courting SuccessThe Bruins have scored their first-ever No.1 recruiting class in women's basketball.
Jul 25, 2014

Generosity of Angelenos

GenerosityFrom the beginning, the people of Los Angeles have lent their support to UCLA and rallied to its needs.
May 16, 2014

Physicist to the Stars

Physicist to the StarsFor seven seasons, he has made sure The Big Bang gets the science right.
Apr 1, 2014

Name Game

UCLA Name GameTest your knowledge of where campus buildings got their names.
Jan 1, 2014

UCLA Building Name Origins

UCLA Building Name OriginsA list of UCLA building names and their origins.
Jan 1, 2014

A Woman's Work

A Woman's WorkUCLA’s first dean of women was a trailblazer for female opportunities.
Oct 1, 2013

If This Walk Could Talk

bruinwalkhail The campus "memory lane" has seen everything from political protests to soapbox derby races.
Jul 1, 2013

The Hills Have Ayes

Founders Rock UCLA's alma mater would have started with "Hail to the cliffs of Palos Verdes..." had UC Regent Edward Dickson not discovered the hills of Westwood.
Apr 1, 2013

Not Your Average Dish

Sara O’DonnellSara O'Donnell's rapid-fire cooking blog draws 75,000 to 100,000 views per month.
Oct 1, 2012

Game Change: Ann Meyers Drysdale

meyersHer superior athleticism made stardom a slam dunk for Ann Meyers Drysdale.
Oct 1, 2012

Dreams of Fields

FieldsThis Canadian basketball star chose UCLA over a slew of other colleges that wanted her.
Sep 25, 2012

Community Service With a Smile

Volunteer DayUCLA’s annual Volunteer Day takes thousands of new Bruins into the community to work at schools, parks, food banks and more.
Sep 18, 2012

Brother Bruin: The Extraordinary Life of Buck Compton

youngbuckcompton A Bruin who excelled on the battlefield, on the playing field and in the courtroom.
Jul 1, 2012

New Head of NPR: A Bruin

Gary Knell Gary Knell's track record includes a successful stint on Sesame Street.
Apr 1, 2012

Apocalypse Not Now

EdKruppDoomsday on 12/21/12? Not so, says the director of the Griffith Observatory.
Jan 1, 2012

Pynchon's Pals

Phyllis Gebauer with a pig pinataThe elusive writer's personally inscribed first editions make their way to UCLA Extension's collection.
Oct 1, 2011

Rights of Passage

The SingletonsFifty years ago, civil rights activists rode buses through the Deep South to test a Supreme Court ruling against interstate transit segregation.
May 9, 2011

Stars and Seats

HarrisBruin Tim Harris doles out what Hollywood A-listers want: prime tix to the Lakers games.
Apr 1, 2010

Classy Clown

BurnettTV legend Carol Burnett kicked off her acting career as a Bruin — by accident, when her plans to be a writer were thwarted.
Oct 1, 2009

Teaching Movie-Making to Teens

Alex Hakobian teaches filmmaking to high schoolersUCLA alumnus Alex Hakobian left a Hollywood career and created a crop of stellar high school filmmakers.
Apr 15, 2009

Out of Africa

AfricaA class that Adam Sterling took as a UCLA student sparked something inside of him, and he has been on a mission to end genocide in Africa ever since.
Apr 1, 2009

Uni See, Uni Do

Uni See, Uni DoUniversities across the country have imitated UCLA's alumni program where alumni invite students over for dinner.
Jan 13, 2009

Being Bruin: The Alumni Association's 75th Anniversary

Bruin 75th anniversaryThe "Southern Branch" of the UC Alumni Association became the break-away UCLA Alumni Association 75 years ago, and is expanding from a Bruin social club to a 91,000-member professional network with Facebook-like tools.
Jan 1, 2009

Writing 'The Secret Life of Bees'

Writing 'The Secret Life of Bees'UCLA alumna Gina Prince-Bythewood almost missed her chance to write the script for the new movie everyone's buzzing about.
Oct 16, 2008

Puttin' on the blitz

Puttin' on the BlitzHead Coach Rick Neuheisel gave the "Lady Bruins" a crash course in football.
May 1, 2008

A Shipp in the Desert

A Shipp in the DesertGrowing up in Los Angeles with three brothers who excelled in basketball, Brittney Shipp '05 set her own course for success — in television broadcasting.
Apr 15, 2008

Killer of Sheep Makes TV Debut

Killer of Sheep Makes TV DebutAs a student in the UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television, Charles Burnett '69, M.F.A. '77 liked to take his time. Like the way he shot his graduate thesis film, Killer of Sheep — on weekends over a 12-month period.
Jan 14, 2008

Access Granted

Access GrantedUCLA's Academic Advancement Program (AAP) celebrates its 35th anniversary. Today the program welcomes and challenges low-income, first-generation and underrepresented students who have earned admission to UCLA.
Jan 1, 2008

On Exhibit: The Lines Form Here

On Exhibit: The Lines Form HereGeometric shapes dominate Terry Haggerty's first solo exhibition in an American museum.
Oct 1, 2007