When she was 11 years old, Rosie Rios mobilized members of her community to protest the bulldozing of her neighborhood.
Rios’ passion for advocacy manifests itself in her work as the administrative director for the UCLA Prison Education Program, where she engages incarcerated individuals and UCLA students in discussions about art, social justice and advocacy.
This article was updated May 7 at 11:35 a.m.
Students may be able to declare a minor in Iranian music beginning fall 2019.
The minor, pending approval from the Academic Senate, would be the first performance minor offered by the UCLA Herb Alpert School of Music.
After returning from the army, it took Timothy Perkins more than two years to get the treatment for stress-related hypertension that enabled him to find a job and eventually attend college.
When Hidehiro Anto previously competed in a national quiz bowl competition, he competed alone against teams of four people.
But next weekend, Anto will be joined by two more teammates when UCLA competes in its first national championship since 2015.
Students and faculty remember Roberts Smith for helping create UCLA’s department of biochemistry and developing drugs to treat viral infections.
Smith, a biochemistry professor emeritus, died Jan.
Independent documentary filmmakers can now receive free legal assistance from a new clinic at the UCLA School of Law.
The Documentary Film Legal Clinic, which launched this month as part of the Ziffren Center for Media, Entertainment, Technology and Sports Law, helps documentary filmmakers with legal issues they face, including copyright law and public records access.
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