Nearly 2,000 Bruins and Westwood residents gathered on Broxton Avenue to celebrate winter and the holidays at UCLA’s December First Thursdays event.
Launched earlier this year, UCLA and the Westwood Village Improvement Association host First Thursdays every month with the aim to strengthen UCLA’s connection to the Westwood community.
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Thousands of Bruins and Westwood community members gathered on Broxton Avenue on Thursday for the academic year’s first First Thursdays block party, filling Westwood Village with long lines, bright lights and spooky attractions.
More than a hundred attendees gathered at a vigil in Bruin Plaza on Thursday evening, lighting candles that shone by a sign reading “Her name was Mahsa Amini” on the Bruin Bear statue.
Jamba by Blendid and Epicuria at Ackerman opened this summer at Ackerman Union.
Jamba by Blendid is a fully autonomous operating robot extension of Jamba, while Epicuria at Ackerman is a satellite restaurant of the Mediterranean-themed dining hall Epicuria at Covel that opened last fall.
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Three new university apartments near Weyburn Terrace are opening to house Bruins this fall.
The Laurel, Palo Verde and Tipuana apartments off Weyburn Avenue are each eight to nine stories tall.
The American Cancer Society On Campus at UCLA held its annual Relay for Life on Saturday and Sunday at Drake Stadium.
The event brought people with cancer, cancer survivors and their loved ones together with the Bruin community for 24 hours to celebrate and remember those affected by and living with cancer.
UCLA First Thursdays event series continued May 5 with a focus on mental wellness and joy.
UCLA Strategic Communications and the Westwood Village Improvement Association jointly host the monthly First Thursdays event, which began in March, with the mission of revitalizing the Westwood area and introducing Bruins to a true college town experience, said Mary Osako, vice chancellor of strategic communications.
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