Ellen Morrow, a volunteer for UCLA’s People-Animal Connection (PAC) Program, and her golden doodle, Charley, are one of many pet-and-owner duos who go to Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center every two weeks to brighten up a patient’s day.
“I have an appreciation for jewelry, not only as adornment but as objects of art and beauty,” said Muriel Chastanet, owner of a family-run business in Westwood that shares her name.
“Bringing males of color together, that in itself is a huge accomplishment,” said Timothy McDaniel, a member of Project Fatherhood. Project Fatherhood, which takes place at the Jordan Downs Community Center in the Watts neighborhood of Los Angeles, is a multifaceted parenting program that benefits from its collaborations with Dr.
“A great thing about UCLA is that it is entertainment oriented,” states American Idol season five contestant Ace Young. Royce Hall hosted the American Idol season 13 premier screening and Q&A segment with the judges on Tuesday.
“I’ve been blessed with a platform and in that platform I’ve been able to spread awareness,” said redshirt sophomore UCLA quarterback, Brett Hundley, during the Walk to End Epilepsy at the Rose Bowl on November 17, 2013.
“We develop them to be the best leaders of America’s sons and daughters,” said Lieutenant Colonel Mike McDermott about UCLA’s ROTC program. Watch highlights of the UCLA Veterans Day Ceremony that occurred on November 8, 2013 in Wilson Plaza to honor those who have served the country and those who are beginning their journey as part of the ROTC program.
Amid the rising popularity of vaporizers and electronic cigarettes, UCLA students and Westwood businesses discuss the basics of becoming a ‘vape’ user and the reasons more young adults prefer ‘e-cigs’ as opposed to regular cigarettes.
As part of UCLA’s 2013 Innovation Week, teams of students competed in a 24-hour Inventathon from Oct. 4 to Oct. 5 to try to find the best solution to a medical need.
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