Thursday, April 19

A competitor on the international level, Spencer Hochberg practices his unicycling craft daily on the UCLA campus, either outside Hedrick Hall or on his way to class down Bruin Walk. Hochberg has been unicycling for about six years, beginning when he was, as he described, an "unbalanced and unathletic" kid.

UCLA unicyclist dominates sport

Spencer Hochberg wrote the book on unicycling. Read more...

Photo: A competitor on the international level, Spencer Hochberg practices his unicycling craft daily on the UCLA campus, either outside Hedrick Hall or on his way to class down Bruin Walk. Hochberg has been unicycling for about six years, beginning when he was, as he described, an "unbalanced and unathletic" kid.

A competitor on the international level, Spencer Hochberg practices his unicycling craft daily on the UCLA campus, either outside Hedrick Hall or on his way to class down Bruin Walk. Hochberg has been unicycling for about six years, beginning when he was, as he described, an "unbalanced and unathletic" kid.



A line forms along the three basketball courts at the John Wooden Center Monday. Students drop in throughout the day to take part in pick-up games.

Students aim for the win at Wooden

Twenty-six thousand undergraduates and just more than a dozen spots on the men's basketball team. Read more...

Photo: A line forms along the three basketball courts at the John Wooden Center Monday. Students drop in throughout the day to take part in pick-up games.

A line forms along the three basketball courts at the John Wooden Center Monday. Students drop in throughout the day to take part in pick-up games.


Second-year political science and history student Ethan Scapellati lunges for the ball as second-year astrophysics student Jeff Portwood and second-year English student Derek Groom look on. The three regularly play racquetball at the John Wooden Center as a source of fun, exercise.

Racquetball enthusiasts take to the courts

Jeff Portwood takes a few practice swings on Court 6 in preparation for his upcoming match. Read more...

Photo: Second-year political science and history student Ethan Scapellati lunges for the ball as second-year astrophysics student Jeff Portwood and second-year English student Derek Groom look on. The three regularly play racquetball at the John Wooden Center as a source of fun, exercise.

Second-year political science and history student Ethan Scapellati lunges for the ball as second-year astrophysics student Jeff Portwood and second-year English student Derek Groom look on. The three regularly play racquetball at the John Wooden Center as a source of fun, exercise.


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