Thursday, February 21

UCLA Travel Study to include five new programs

From fieldwork dealing with sustainable development in Senegal, West Africa, to viewing performances by the Royal Shakespeare Company in Stratford, England, both new and continuing Travel Study programs present students opportunities to extend their learning outside of the classroom and exercise their knowledge in the real world. Read more...




Women's soccer sports medicine intern April Anthony, a third-year physiological science student, wraps the ankle of junior midfielder Kylie Wright Tuesday.

Sports medicine interns get hands-on experience

At the moment that quarterback Kevin Prince fractured his jaw during the Tennessee football game, Brian Enriquez was standing on the sidelines, watching the medical response unfold right in front of him. Read more...

Photo: Women's soccer sports medicine intern April Anthony, a third-year physiological science student, wraps the ankle of junior midfielder Kylie Wright Tuesday.

Women's soccer sports medicine intern April Anthony, a third-year physiological science student, wraps the ankle of junior midfielder Kylie Wright Tuesday.



"Resist the dismount" is written on Bruin Walk in protest of the new UCLA law that requires cyclists and skateboarders to dismount at certain locations on campus.

Bruin Walk chalked after initiation of Dismount Zone Policy

Along Bruin Walk on Monday, students were greeted by a makeshift lane, drawn anonymously in chalk and created for use by bikers and skateboarders. Read more...

Photo: "Resist the dismount" is written on Bruin Walk in protest of the new UCLA law that requires cyclists and skateboarders to dismount at certain locations on campus.

"Resist the dismount" is written on Bruin Walk in protest of the new UCLA law that requires cyclists and skateboarders to dismount at certain locations on campus.


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