Tuesday, October 15

Growing Up During the Cultural Revolution

Thirty years after the Tiananmen Square massacre, Min Zhou, UCLA professor of sociology and Asian American studies and Walter & Shirley Wang Endowed Chair in U.S.-China Relations & Communications, recounts her experience growing up during China’s Cultural Revolution. “I did not have a childhood. I did not have a normal youth.” Listen to her speak about her family dynamics and what she witnessed on the streets from 1966 to 1976, a decade of radical upheaval in China’s history.


Westwood: Today, Tomorrow & Before

Maureen Heisner Boyd and husband, Kurt Boyd, walk through Westwood to recount the memories of their college years and the beginnings of what would lead to their lives and their family today. More »

Road to Spring Sing: Bruin Harmony

With the prestigious Spring Sing 2019 around the corner, Daily Bruin gets an exclusive look into one of UCLA’s most diverse groups Bruin Harmony and how they keep their brotherhood strong and united. More »


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