This March, UCLA recognizes the trailblazers and groundbreakers for Women’s History
Month. We salute women who forged ahead in diverse disciplines—from economics to
acting to athletics—and overcame challenges to become firsts in their chosen fields.
For many, their journey began at UCLA, where they discovered the passion that became
their life’s work. We celebrate these inspiring women who are creating pathways
for future generations.
On Saturday, May 18, Alumni Day will return to campus amid the
joyful celebration of 100 years of Bruin achievement. Come back to visit familiar
places and explore all that is new, as we honor the history and legacy of our university.
You know their names, you passed them hundreds of times, but do you know about the
people behind the buildings' namesake? Peruse this glossary of campus landmarks
and learn the meaning behind their names.
Ever watch a movie scene and think, "Was that UCLA?" Chances are it was,
since Hollywood has used UCLA's iconic campus for films and television shows for
decades. Watch the sequel to the 2017 hit video "Filmed at UCLA."
On Jan. 26, the Bay Area Bruins hosted the No. 2 ranked UCLA Gymnastics team, led
by Coach Valorie Kondos Field '87. They signed books and took selfies with alumni
and their families. Log in to see photos on Facebook.
Famed UCLA point guard and basketball assistant coach Tyus Edney '97 leads you on
a behind-the-scenes tour of the newly-built, state-of-the-art practice facility
of the UCLA Men's and Women's Basketball teams.
No need to drop a quarter in the jukebox. We got you covered with a free curated
playlist of UCLA's most musically talented alumni, from Sara Bareilles '03 to John
Williams '53 to The Doors. Play it on Soundcloud or add it to your Spotify