Thursday, September 21

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Paper leaves a lasting imprint

I always have newsprint on my hands "“ in the past few years, it's become a daily occurrence. Maybe it's a nice reminder that the ill-fated print newspaper hasn't died yet, but really, it just means I need to wash my hands. Read more...

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UCLA Den fans cheer during the Feb. 12 basketball game against Oregon State.
UCLA Den fans cheer during the Feb. 12 basketball game against Oregon State.

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Forecasting UCLA

The phrase "campus climate" usually only surfaces when an event like the recent viral YouTube video "Asians in the Library" sends ripples through the community. Read more...

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Elida Juarez, 30, prepares the beef for tacos at Antojitos Mexicanos, a family-owned food stand in the market in Maclovio Rojas. Juarez is a resident of a nearby town and has been working at her family's restaurant for 10 years.
Elida Juarez, 30, prepares the beef for tacos at Antojitos Mexicanos, a family-owned food stand in the market in Maclovio Rojas. Juarez is a resident of a nearby town and has been working at her family's restaurant for 10 years.


Senior Scholar Bob Ross audits undergradute classes through the program run by the UCLA Center on Aging.

Senior scholars expand knowledge

What’s in an age? Bruin senior scholars show learning is positive and possible, even later in life. Advancing its mission of "living better longer," the UCLA Center on Aging offers the Senior Scholars Program "“ which allows people ages fifty and over to audit classes for a nominal fee ($150/one course or $250/two courses per quarter). Students reveal how the personal, professional and social benefits of an inter-generational education transcend age. Dr. Gary Small, Director of the UCLA Center on Aging, also comments on what the program reveals about brain development. "What’s in an age? Bruin senior scholars show learning is positive and possible, even later in life."

Bob Ross moved to California for his family, but chose Westwood for the university. Read more...

Senior Scholar Bob Ross audits undergradute classes through the program run by the UCLA Center on Aging.

Young@Heart, a choir comprised of singers between the ages of 73 and 89, will perform a rock 'n' roll repertoire at Royce Hall today.

	Courtesy of JEFF DEROSE
Young@Heart, a choir comprised of singers between the ages of 73 and 89, will perform a rock 'n' roll repertoire at Royce Hall today.

	Courtesy of JEFF DEROSE


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