Skip to content. Skip to more features. Skip to most emailed. Skip to footer.

UCLA

Back Issue - January 2006


Watching the Watchers
Q&A with Steve Mamber, the UCLA professor who's chronicling the hidden camera phenomenon.
Jul 1, 2006
Where Stem Cells Stand
Stem cell artistic illustrationUCLA plays an important role in stem cell research, both a framer of the ethical debate and a primary player in the science.
Jan 1, 2006
The Education of a Mayor
Video Clips

LA Mayor Anthony Villaraigosa sitting by flagAntonio Villaraigosa '77 talks to UCLA Magazine about his days as a Bruin, his dreams, and his vision for Los Angeles.
Jan 1, 2006
The Education of a Mayor
LA Mayor Anthony Villaraigosa What fuels the perpetual-motion machine that is Antonio Villaraigosa '77? One of the early sparks, says L.A.'s new mayor, was UCLA.
Jan 1, 2006
Screen Gems
Hearst Metrotone News Welcome to movie-going UCLA style. No popcorn, no sodas, but nobody’s complaining. At the Film & Television Archive, it’s all about the film.
Jan 1, 2006
No Drivers Wanted
Golem Group/UCLA team membersThe true tale of an intrepid team of robot-lovers, their quest to win a Pentagon-sponsored race through the desert, and how UCLA backed their play.
Jan 1, 2006
4 to Watch
Alfred Aboya Basketball player Alfred Aboya, golfer June Park, volleyball player Sean O'Malley and gymnast Kristina Comforte are among the talented freshmen joining UCLA teams this year.
Jan 1, 2006
UCLA Confidential
Filmmaker Curtis HansonAcademy Award-winning filmmaker Curtis Hanson talks about his life in film and why the UCLA Film & Television Archive, of which he is honorary chairman, is a hidden gem.
Jan 1, 2006
Old School
Old SchoolSeven decades after his first try, Stanley Rubin expects to earn his bachelor's degree. The filmmaker and Emmy winner was Daily Bruin editor-in-chief in 1936-37.
Jan 1, 2006
Kaufman Kicks Up Its Heels
Kaufman Kicks Up Its HeelsGlorya Kaufman Hall opened with the panache that is the hallmark of the Department of World Arts and Cultures.
Jan 1, 2006