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.
“Every subject matter you’re working on should look at the context of the time and many of these books reflect this,” says Design | Media Arts department chair and book designer Willem Henri Lucas about his work.
“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.
“There was no hate or anything. … Beatboxing just brought us together,” said third-year cognitive science student and national champion beatboxer Moonsoo Jo about an international beatboxing competition in Switzerland.
UCLA alumus and singer Taleior Boykins shares the method behind the madness of his original song, “Drive Me Crazy.” He co-wrote the song with rapper N3V1LL3 (Neville Lee) and together they perform an acoustic version of the song with guitarist Anthony Hallums.
Elements of traditional Indian music and jazz fuse together with classical Indian dance to tell an intricate story of illusion, relationships and the depths of the mind.
Free Food, a hip-hop, soul, and retro funk fusion band will be performing at this year’s Spring Sing. Listen to how they feel about transitioning to adulthood in their original composition, “Circus Funk.”
A new crop of multi-interest fraternities and sorority are striving to make their mark on the UCLA campus this school year.
Two fraternities – a professional cinematic fraternity, a professional engineering fraternity – launched this school year along with an Arab interest group that aspires to become a sorority.
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