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July 2017 Issue


All In

All In

Bruins have six pools right on campus, each offering a different aspect of water fun.



Eye-Opening Research

Clint Thodos was impacted by UCLA even before he was accepted, and now he’s contributing to the research that helps him see.


Food Service

Rachel Sumekh loves to feed people — especially those who are truly hungry.


Sinister Screens

What effect do electronic screens have on kids' developing brains?


Stage Presence

Professor José Luis Valenzuela stood up for multicultural theater, even when it meant living as a hostage for 11 days.


Summer 2017 Happenings

A Bruin guide to the season’s best in UCLA arts and culture, entertainment and sports.


Written in Stone

Take a look at some of the inscriptions on campus that you may have missed before.


Our Neighbors, Our Partners

Over the past 100 years, we have reached out to members of our community — and they have responded in kind.


On the Line

The three-day Clothesline Display features T-shirts created by victims of sexual or gender-based violence.


Empower the Future

Empower the Future

Consider the interactions between privacy, people and technology at the upcoming FuturizeX forum.
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Go Blue (And Gold)

Go Blue (And Gold)

Dave Roberts ‘95 sees parallels between Bruin Athletics and the L.A. Dodgers: both have brands that are recognized worldwide.
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Advising the Court

The Supreme Court ruled in favor of the work of UCLA law students in Nelson v. Colorado.

Getting in the Way

Congressman John Lewis recently received the UCLA Medal for his social justice work.

A Harmonious Future

Bruin Margaret Martin uses music to boost the confidence and competence of disadvantaged youth.

Continuing Community

Sarah Bang is the creator of UCLA Squared, a group for UCLA community school alumni.

Digging into Culture

UCLA archaeologists enlist the local community to help preserve Ethiopia's cultural heritage.

For His Big Brother

Arthur Ashe's brother returned to war to keep the tennis legend out of harm's way.

A Cuban Take

The Black with a Drop of Red exhibition showcases Cuban interpretation through poster designs.

A New Wave of Art

The Luskin Conference Center includes nearly 60 pieces of art created by UCLA alumni and faculty members.

Presidential Honor

UCLA alumnus Kareem Abdul-Jabbar received the Presidential Medal of Freedom in November.

A Winter Wonderland

A rare snowfall occurred at UCLA in 1932.

Not Your Average Cooking Course

Evan Kleiman's students explored much more than recipes in her food studies class.