Saturday, October 21

Joseph Stiglitz, Nobel laureate and Columbia University economics professor, delivered a lecture on Thursday.
Joseph Stiglitz, Nobel laureate and Columbia University economics professor, delivered a lecture on Thursday.



LIVE BLOG: CEC Speaker – Shane Smith of Vice Magazine

The Campus Event Commission has invited Shane Smith, co-founder of Vice, to speak at 8 p.m. in Ackerman Grand Ballroom.
Smith will talk about the company’s new projects, including the Creators Project at Coachella, and “The Vice Guide to Everything”.
Join our live blog to follow Smith’s stories. Read more...



History doctoral candidate Brad Fidler discovered that the first Internet message was sent from a room on the UCLA campus in 1969, using the Interface Message Processor shown here.

Browsing history: A heritage site is being set up in Boelter Hall 3420, the room the first Internet message originated in

Lo and behold! The Internet was born

April 1, 2011 – In 1969, a group of UCLA engineers sent the first-ever Internet message from UCLA to the Stanford Research Institute. Leonard Kleinrock, computer science professor and Internet technology pioneer, recounts what the message was supposed to be and what actually happened.

The room where this message was sent from is in the works to become an Internet Heritage Site and Archive. Read the full story here.

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"Lo and behold! The Internet was born"

When Brad Fidler started investigating the origins of the Internet at UCLA, there was no consensus on who created the technology and where it began. Read more...

History doctoral candidate Brad Fidler discovered that the first Internet message was sent from a room on the UCLA campus in 1969, using the Interface Message Processor shown here.

Panel members from the first WikiLeaks discussion speak in Bunche Hall on Jan. 4. The third and last discussion in the series, which takes place today, will focus on the legal implications of WikiLeaks.

	Courtesy of the UCLA BURKLE CENTER
Panel members from the first WikiLeaks discussion speak in Bunche Hall on Jan. 4. The third and last discussion in the series, which takes place today, will focus on the legal implications of WikiLeaks.

	Courtesy of the UCLA BURKLE CENTER