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Education for Everyone

Education for Everyone UCLA Extension, the lifelong learning resource that began a century ago, is no longer content to just let students come to them. Instead, the program is reaching out to underserved areas, making education accessible to all.
Oct 1, 2016

Can We Ensure the Future of Water?

Can We Ensure the Future of Water?UCLA scientists work to ensure the future of our most precious resource.
Oct 1, 2013

Is There a Nurse Practitioner in the House?

nursepractitioner These hybrid health-care providers are increasingly vital as the medical industry braces for the consequences of the Affordable Care Act.
Apr 1, 2013

Climate Change: Fight it or Adapt to it?

climatechangela Should we expend resources to address the cause, or learn to live with the consequences?
Mar 12, 2013

East Meets West in UCLA Medicine

yinyang A leader in integrative healthcare, UCLA incorporates practices such as acupuncture and tai chi in a broader approach to solving illness.
Jul 1, 2012

Integration: Containing Costs

StethoscopeThis fusion of East and West strategies is saving money and solving problems in the world of health.
Jul 1, 2012

Making Medicine More Zen

Donna KaranA new consciousness in health care is spreading through the Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center.
Jan 31, 2012

Digital Privacy

Keyboard illustrationUCLA leads the way in exploring the boundaries of digital privacy and how policymakers should protect us.
Jan 1, 2012

On Exhibit: Icons of the Invisible

Student holding Chicano PowerThese photos, from 1969-1980, documented L.A.'s Chicano community. The show is part of Pacific Standard Time.
Oct 1, 2011

A Bruin Guide to L.A. Adventures

laadventures Looking for summer fun in the City of Angels? Do it the Bruin way.
Jul 1, 2011

More Great L.A. Adventures

Griffith Observatory at nightLooking for more Bruin stops and shops to fill the summer weekends? Check them out here.
Jul 1, 2011

Robo Doc

It can't write a prescription, but a good robot can be a great med-school teacher.
Apr 1, 2011

Family Values: Handmade Music

handmademusic With enough Grateful Dead influence, the Dan Zanes & Friends concerts at Royce Hall in March should be just zany enough for the entire family to enjoy.
Jan 1, 2011

Peace Work

UCLA and the Corps celebrate their long partnership with an on-campus tribute to the 50th Anniversary of the Peace Corps.
Jan 1, 2011

The Boy of Summer

Boy of SummerBecoming a Major League ump doesn't happen overnight.
Oct 1, 2010

Curtain Up: Maestro: Playing Bernstein

bernstein You need a gifted actor, talented musician and amazing writer to bring Leonard Bernstein to life in a one-man stage show. Hershey Felder does it all at the Geffen.
Oct 1, 2010

On Exhibit: Leave Them Smiling

leavethemsmiling Festive wooden figurines called kkoktu reflect hope for a joyful transition from life to death in a Korean funerary art exhibit at the Fowler.
Jul 1, 2010

Forensic Science: Fact or Fiction?

Finger PrintFingerprints may prove guilt beyond a reasonable doubt on TV, but this great plot device isn't necessarily science, says UCLA Law Prof Jennifer Mnookin. Mnookin and her team are establishing a scientific method to quantify error rates of fingerprint examination.
Jul 1, 2010

Get Ready: Eat Here

eathere In Westwood on a Wednesday afternoon? Stop by the Westwood Village Certified Farmers' Market for some fresh bites.
Jul 1, 2010