This March at UCLA, we are marking the one-year anniversary of the COVID-19 pandemic. The year has tested us with hard choices and difficult losses. Yet through tough times, Bruins also became part of the solution, enacting mitigation protocols, advancing medical science, and helping to support and uplift one another. Here is a recap of the UCLA chronology of events that unfolded in the past year and an offer for you to share your pandemic story for an upcoming edition.
This new series spotlights businesses owned by UCLA alumni from various industries. First up are 10 of Yelp's top-rated restaurants serving up mouth-watering dishes from L.A. and the Bay Area to Brooklyn and Taiwan. Read their origin stories and what customers love about their food.
All it takes is a commitment of a few hours over one weekend to make a difference. By reading scholarship applications from newly admitted students, you’ll help identify and support the best of the best from an incredible body of potential Bruins. Registration deadline is March 10.
To celebrate UCLA’s first one hundred years, we looked back at each decade on our growth from a small college into a world-class university. As we enter our second century, we're looking at the opportunities of tomorrow, focusing on key University priorities and adapting to the needs of our changing world.
Monty Minchin ’88 and his partners are lighting the way in Nigeria, Africa's most populous country. From food and farming resources to solar kits for charging lights and smart phones, Bruin know-how and philanthropy are playing key roles in improving education and helping transform one village at a time.