Twenty years ago, Michelle Christie nervously waited backstage as a group of deaf students performed a play she created for the first time.
As she listened to the applause from the audience, Christie realized she could use theater as a form of speech therapy to help other deaf students.
Constance Cheeks was one of the first black students to attend an all-white Virginia high school in 1968. Her school experience motivated her to continue her activism at UCLA, more than 40 years later.
An immigration attorney explained President Donald Trump’s recent executive order on refugees and immigrants Wednesday, to about 50 students and faculty.
The Dashew Center for International Students and Scholars hosted Bernard Wolfsdorf, who immigrated to the United States from South Africa because he opposed apartheid.
John Roberts never held back when he thought a colleague or friend was wrong.
Roberts, a pioneering researcher in organic chemistry at the California Institute of Technology and 1941 UCLA alumnus died on Oct.
Students wrote supportive notes for sexual assault survivors, including “You are not your trauma” and “I believe you” on a blackboard Monday.
Bruin Consent Coalition, a committee in the undergraduate student government Student Wellness Commission, held an event called “Scribble Your Support” on Kerckhoff Patio to support survivors, amid election season, said Chloe Pan, co-director of the coalition and a third-year international development studies and Asian American studies student.
Students who find themselves eating alone on the Hill have a new way to find a dining partner.
With the Bruin Dine app, which was launched by three UCLA students, students are matched with a stranger for a meal.
UCLA students can anonymously share their darkest secrets online with the touch of a button.
On the UCLA Secrets Facebook page, students submit posts about their beliefs, experiences with anxiety and even posts to find their crush on campus.
Heading to work on the first day of her internship, Kendall Schreiberg found herself in a line of people in suits and ties. The environment was intimidating and made her wonder, “What am I doing walking into the White House?”
Schreiberg, a fourth-year political science student, was on her way to her internship program in the Office of Presidential Correspondence, which communicates with people who have written to the president.
Anywhere he goes, Pavlov the corgi gets stopped on the streets by fans from as far away as Berkeley.
“A girl from UC Berkeley saw him on the street and freaked out,” said Anthony Osuna, Pavlov’s owner.
Every time Carolyn See received a negative review for one of her books, she would send the critic a bouquet of flowers and a note: “Thank you for your review!”
“They would sometimes end up becoming friends,” said Clara Sturak, See’s daughter.
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