Monday, May 20

With the Bombshelter closed during construction, food trucks such as Gastrobus Bistro and Cabli are temporarily providing food in the Court of Sciences.

ASUCLA contracts food trucks in South Campus as temporary Bombshelter

More like a bistro on wheels than one of Los Angeles's thousands of food trucks, the Gastrobus drives into the Court of Sciences at 10 a.m. after a two-hour drive from Sun Valley to open for the day's lunch service. Read more...

Photo: With the Bombshelter closed during construction, food trucks such as Gastrobus Bistro and Cabli are temporarily providing food in the Court of Sciences.

With the Bombshelter closed during construction, food trucks such as Gastrobus Bistro and Cabli are temporarily providing food in the Court of Sciences.

A collage made from archived issues of the Daily Bruin, chronicling the last time the series was implemented in 1955. Coach John Wooden was a notable speaker.

“˜My Last Lecture’ series spurs UCLA challenge to nominate professors

After he was diagnosed with terminal pancreatic cancer in 2007, Carnegie Mellon University's Professor Randy Pausch presented his last lecture to his students and fellow faculty on Sept. 18 of that year. Read more...

Photo: A collage made from archived issues of the Daily Bruin, chronicling the last time the series was implemented in 1955. Coach John Wooden was a notable speaker.

A collage made from archived issues of the Daily Bruin, chronicling the last time the series was implemented in 1955. Coach John Wooden was a notable speaker.

Ryan Stoffers, a second-year math economics student, competed in the Jeopardy College Championship last week. Show viewers will learn how Stoffers fared when the episode airs in February.

UCLA student Ryan Stoffers competes on Jeopardy

UCLA students for $2,000: This second-year math economics student taught himself how to read before kindergarten, enjoys Mario Puzo's novel "The Godfather" and will be appearing on Jeopardy College Championship in February. Read more...

Photo: Ryan Stoffers, a second-year math economics student, competed in the Jeopardy College Championship last week. Show viewers will learn how Stoffers fared when the episode airs in February.

Ryan Stoffers, a second-year math economics student, competed in the Jeopardy College Championship last week. Show viewers will learn how Stoffers fared when the episode airs in February.




Participants in the UCLA Biggest Loser Buddies group, a campus club created by staff members inspired by the hit television show, celebrate the one-year anniversary of their program. The group focuses on healthy lifestyle changes, while encouraging camaraderie and support among its members.

UCLA’s Biggest Loser Buddies, based off the hit TV show, helps its members shed pounds

One year ago, UCLA staff members Bernetta Riley and Pamela Harris initiated a campus weight-loss competition, combining healthier lifestyle choices with camaraderie. Read more...

Photo: Participants in the UCLA Biggest Loser Buddies group, a campus club created by staff members inspired by the hit television show, celebrate the one-year anniversary of their program. The group focuses on healthy lifestyle changes, while encouraging camaraderie and support among its members.

Participants in the UCLA Biggest Loser Buddies group, a campus club created by staff members inspired by the hit television show, celebrate the one-year anniversary of their program. The group focuses on healthy lifestyle changes, while encouraging camaraderie and support among its members.


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