While many observers and casual fans may not put women's rugby in the upper echelon of UCLA sports, competitiveness and success permeate the program. These women take their sport seriously, and they have the record to prove it. More »
During his second year, Tim White, a fourth-year marine biology student and captain of the UCLA club lacrosse team, spent five weeks participating in research focusing on coral reef ecology at a field station in Moorea, French Polynesia. More »
With a coach from Philadelphia and two members of the team from New York, it's clear that the East Coast has a strong influence on the UCLA men's team. Contrary to popular belief though, lacrosse is quickly becoming a popular sport on both sides of the U.S. More »
Every generation has something it's known for, whether it be a style of music or a political movement. Most agree that one title can capture pretty much everyone in the generation currently attending UCLA "“ "The Harry Potter Generation." More »
Ballet traditionally focuses on strict form and body position. Classical music commands the stage of many of the most famous ballets.
With Sukha Gee as the instructor, neither of those stereotypes is perpetuated. Her playlist is a survey of world music as she jumps from lyrical to jazz to Indian tunes, and her teaching style focuses on the conjoining of soma and psyche, or body and mind. More »
This year's club hockey team has approached its sport at a totally different angle since last year's unimpressive season, where they went 5-14. More »