Bruins gathered on Wilson Plaza on Thursday for music, soft serve ice cream and lawn games during the November edition of First Thursdays.
The event series, which is hosted by UCLA, launched in March 2022 with the goal of bringing the community together.
This post was updated Oct. 10 at 10:45 p.m.
Dozens of vendors from around Los Angeles set up shop on Broxton Avenue on Thursday to welcome Bruins and the Westwood community for this academic year’s inaugural First Thursdays block party.
Denis McDonough, the United States secretary of Veterans Affairs, visited the UCLA School of Nursing on Tuesday for a discussion with faculty and students.
McDonough’s visit served to strengthen the partnership between UCLA and the VA at the start of Nurses Month and emphasize career opportunities in VA to student nurses and student nurse veterans.
UCLA’s Blood & Platelet Center hosted its second annual Black History Month blood drive Saturday on the Hill.
The event focused on increasing awareness of the value of a racially diverse blood supply and providing an opportunity for students and university personnel to donate blood.
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.
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