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Celebrate Pi Day with a slice of UCLA PIES

In honor of 3/14, we spotlight a unique humanities program focused on ancient languages David Mark You just might be surprised by the connections between tasty desserts, the number 3.14 […]

Senay Zedingel named fourth Arthur Ashe Jr. Scholar

Courtesy of Senay Zedingel Senay Zedingel, the fourth recipient of the Arthur Ashe Jr. Scholarship, is a second-year student majoring in public affairs and minoring in entrepreneurship. Jonathan Riggs | […]

A Victorian-era computer pioneer gets to speak for herself

Ada Lovelace published the first description of a computer program; a UCLA doctoral student is using AI to reveal her forgotten story Public domain A watercolor portrait of Ada Lovelace, […]

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Sustainable LA Grand Challenge receives $543,000 commitment for student programming, equitable clean water research

Jonathan Van Dyke | February 03, 2023 The UCLA Sustainable LA Grand Challenge has received a commitment of $542,986 from wellness company Liquid I.V. that will help fund innovative solutions to expand […]

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New UCLA center promotes reproductive science and sexual health

Holly Ober | January 30, 2023 A new center at UCLA will bring together students, scientists, educators and physicians across a wide range of disciplines to support research and education […]

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Time capsule: Alex Haley’s deep dive on Malcolm X and ‘Roots’ at UCLA

50 years ago, the celebrated author spoke in Royce Hall about his work and his relationship with the slain Black activist Los Angeles Times Photographic Archive, Library Special Collections, Charles […]


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