April 17, 3:25 pm
University police are searching for a man who allegedly burglarized a UCLA dorm Saturday.
Two students reported that the man entered their residence in Sproul Cove at 1:45 a.m., according to a UCPD alert. Read more...
April 17, 12:21 pm
UCLA formally appointed the new vice chancellor of student affairs Monday.
Scott Waugh, executive vice chancellor and provost, said in a statement the university decided to appoint Interim Vice Chancellor of Student Affairs Monroe Gorden Jr. Read more...
Photo: Monroe Gorden Jr. has been appointed as vice chancellor of student affairs. He has served as interim vice chancellor since July 2016.(Courtesy of UCLA Newsroom)
April 17, 12:27 am
Olga Kagan dedicated the last two decades of her life to a community that is often overlooked in language instruction.
She helped pioneer heritage language learning designed specifically for children of immigrants who speak a language other than English at home but cannot read or write it very well. Read more...
Photo: Olga Kagan was a professor and undergraduate advisor in the Department of Slavic, East European and Eurasian languages and cultures. (Courtesy of Diane Hofland)
April 17, 12:24 am
UCLA researchers found that individuals who spend too much time sitting down may be more likely to have memory impairment and Alzheimer’s disease.
In a study published Thursday, researchers at the UCLA Semel Institute for Neuroscience and Human Behavior examined a group of 35 middle-aged and older adults and found a correlation between increased sedentary behavior and reduced thickness of the medial temporal lobe, a region of the brain critical for memory formation. Read more...
Photo: Researchers at the UCLA Semel Institute for Neuroscience and Human Behavior examined a group of 35 middle-aged and older adults and found a correlation between increased sedentary behavior and reduced thickness of the medial temporal lobe, a region of the brain critical for memory formation. (Daily Bruin file photo)
April 17, 12:20 am
The Westwood Neighborhood Council is calling on the city to include the Los Angeles National Cemetery and the Westwood Hills Property Owners Association in its boundaries if a vote to subdivide the council passes. Read more...
Photo: The Westwood Neighborhood Council voted to include the Los Angeles National Cemetery in its boundaries. (Michael Zshornack/Photo editor)