May 23 marked UCLA's 101st birthday, wrapping up a centennial year to remember. From the spectacular projection lightshow on campus to Bruin celebrations around the world, take a look back at the sights and sounds of our Centennial year.
This year's honorees feature a UCLA football legend, an internationally renowned cardiologist and philanthropists, Renee '53 and Meyer '49 Luskin, whose generosity has benefited thousands of Bruins. Congratulations to the San Diego Bruins, the 2020 Network of the Year! The ceremony is postponed to a future date.
For the first time ever, the annual musical showcase of student talent will be brought to you online. Tune in on May 29 at 5 p.m. PT for virtual performances in song, dance, comedy and art, along with a few surprise celebrity appearances. This is one show you won't want to miss.
The final installment of this 11-part series pays homage to the world-class university UCLA has become. The last 10 years were filled with highs from every sector of campus and a few lows that brought the Bruin community together. From losing our beloved coach to our ascension as the No. 1 public university, revisit the memorable moments from the last decade.
Take a trip back in time to 1930 Westwood, with a UCLA campus in its infancy, surrounded by mostly farmland and orange groves. Then immediately compare that same aerial view to 2020 UCLA, nestled amidst a sprawling Westside metropolis.
As some Bruins face employment uncertainty and financial hardship in these difficult times, alumni experts are providing professional guidance through a series of Career Conversations on topics ranging from job searching to small business loans to COVID-19 issues in the workplace. Pick up some valuable advice that may help inform your next move.
Bruins are helping spread awareness about the importance of the 2020 Census. "Money will go where the count is, not where the need is," says Justine Chen '06, a partnership specialist with the U.S. Census Bureau. They work in hard-to-count immigrant communities, trying to reach a population who stands to lose the most from being left off the count.