For over 10 months, Henry Martinez has been waiting for his brother to come home.
Eyvin Hernandez, a double alumnus and a Los Angeles County public defender, went missing in late March 2022 following a vacation in Colombia after he accompanied a friend to the Venezuelan border, according to the LA Times.
An unexpected hobby picked up during COVID-19 quarantine can sometimes change your life.
Simone Jensen, a fourth-year mathematics student at the University of St Andrews who studied abroad at UCLA during the 2021-2022 school year, brought her hobby to life by teaching herself how to code an augmented reality-based app.
This post was updated April 17 at 10:23 p.m.
A UCLA lecturer’s lawsuit against UCLA and University of California administrators will go to trial, according to a court ruling.
This post was updated April 7 at 9:24 a.m.
UCLA professor emeritus and artist Judith Baca’s original mural was unveiled in Ackerman Union on Friday.
Located at the Wescom Student Terrace on level one of Ackerman Union, the mural is titled “La Memoria de la Tierra: UCLA” and consists of three 26-foot-long panels.
This post was updated April 3 at 10:01 p.m.
The Gender, Sexuality, and Society Living Learning Community held the annual Queer Prom at Covel Commons Grand Horizon Ballroom and Terrace on March 4.
This post was updated March 27 at 11:45 p.m.
Dozens of protesters marched in Santa Monica on Saturday, protesting the execution of 81 people in Saudi Arabia on March 12.
This post was updated Feb. 26 at 9:13 p.m.
Brianna Kupfer was always ready to believe in people, said her sister Mikaela Kupfer.
“Every time any of us wanted to do anything, she was the first one to be like, ‘I believe in you.
The proportion of young adults infected with COVID-19 is increasing across California, including at UCLA. With the surge of the omicron variant, many students have tested positive for the virus over winter break and expressed confusion about university infection protocols.
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