The political science department minor will be suspended for three years beginning next quarter to help the department cope with an enrollment crunch. Read more...
November 15, 1:40 am
November 10, 1:58 am
Eleven people were arrested and protesters shut down Wilshire Boulevard for two and a half hours Wednesday afternoon in the loudest pushback against tuition hikes and state budget cuts near UCLA since 2009. Read more...
October 31, 2:20 am
After two years of planning, the UCLA Information Technology Planning Board voted Friday to outsource university email accounts to Gmail, a move greeted enthusiastically by students. Read more...
October 31, 2:05 am
By 11 p.m. on Friday night the Intramural Field was cleared. The gold and blue arch of balloons that stood over the entrance was taken down; the inflatables and Velcro wall had been deflated; and all that remained of UCLA's first homecoming carnival in seven years were tents and a cleanup crew Read more...
The Homecoming Carnival returned to UCLA for the first time since 2004. Attractions included learning the dance for the flash mob at the football game on Saturday, a velcro wall, an obstacle course, and much more. NSU Modern and Synthesis Dance Crew also performed.
October 28, 9:59 pm
Blue and gold balloons created an arch over the opening to the Intramural Field as hundreds of spectators waited to enter the carnival that would kick off UCLA's first homecoming weekend in seven years. Read more...
Attractions at the Homecoming carnival included learning the dance for a flash mob at the football game on Saturday, a velcro wall and an obstacle course.
October 28, 1:27 pm
The UCLA Information Technology Planning Board voted today to begin shifting its undergraduate student, alumni and retiree email accounts to Gmail, after delaying a vote for the motion earlier this year. Read more...
October 24, 12:19 am
Thirteen miles away from Westwood, the William Andrews Clark Memorial Library takes up an entire block of a street near downtown Los Angeles. Read more...