The 52-year-old tradition is back! On Feb. 22, 23 and 29, UCLA alumni worldwide will be dining in homes and restaurants, in the name of Bruin community and camaraderie. Won't you join us by signing up for a dinner party near you?
As UCLA begins to acknowledge the historical inhabitants of the land on which the campus sits, we take a deeper look into the Tongva: who they were, where they lived, what happened to them and how our present-day policies continue to shape their future.
Coffee Socials are global events that bring UCLA to neighborhood coffee shops around the world. They provide alumni and parents of current students a chance to engage at the local level and foster Bruin connections. RSVPs are closed, however, walk-ons are still available.
As UCLA students, Robert and Helen Singleton worked for racial equality in Los Angeles before joining the historic Freedom Rides. As Freedom Riders, they challenged segregated bus terminals in the Deep South and protested the enforcement of Jim Crow laws. Watch their riveting story told in their own words.
UCLA began training Peace Corps participants at the program’s inception in 1961, and has trained more than 2,000 volunteers. Bruins have travelled across the globe — from Taveuni Island in Fiji to a small town in Mozambique and many places in between. Read about their unique, life-changing experiences that have shaped our world for the better.
4s Up, Sco Brus, 19P — are you up-to-date on UCLA jargon these days? We've added new words to our UCLA slang page. Test your knowledge of these terms used by Bruins from generations past and present. Share any slang not listed on this site from your time at UCLA.
They may only be a few years old, but this group is already miles ahead in fostering an inclusive and diverse community for Bruins in Los Angeles’ South Bay. Share your alumni network stories with us for a chance to be featured in a future newsletter.