Fall Quarter Begins At UCLA, Bringing Students Back to Campus For First Time In More Than 18 MonthsFor the first time in more than 18 months, students and staff are returning to UCLA for the start of the fall quarter Monday.
"Sissy Blue" T-Shirts Raising Money for UCLA Student AthletesLSU Coach Ed Orgeron picked the right guy to taunt before UCLA's game vs the Tigers. David Witzling, a UCLA graduate, has turned the rallying cry into a T-Shirt to help student-athletes profit through name, image and likeness deals.
UCLA Selected The No. 1 Public School In The Nation By US NewsUCLA was named the No. 1 public university in the nation by U.S. News & World Report Monday for the fifth straight year.
Intruder Breaks Into Off-Campus UCLA Apartment, Sexually Assaults StudentThe man entered the victim’s bedroom and sexually assaulted her as she slept, police said.
UCLA To Mandate Twice-Weekly COVID Testing For Unvaccinated PeopleUCLA officials revised the university's COVID-19 testing policies Tuesday and will now unvaccinated people "working, learning or living" on campus to be tested for COVID twice a week.
Students Shaken By 'Very Scary' Incident Of Man Breaking Into UCLA Student's Off-Campus Apartment, Groping Her As She SleptThe suspect remains at large and police have issued a crime alert, urging students to be more vigilant.
College Quarantine Plans Adapting With PandemicAs more college students head back to college campuses, more contingency plans are in place in case students, faculty or staff test positive for COVID-19.
Rose Bowl Installs Digital Seat Tags Ahead Of UCLA Football SeasonThe Rose Bowl is the first stadium in California to implement the technology.
UCLA Study: Expiration Of Eviction Moratoriums Led To Further Spread Of COVID-19Evictions decreased the ability to social distance because people were forced into crowded housing or homeless shelters, according to the study. They also found the threat of eviction may have forced people to engage in work, exposing them to COVID-19 transmission.
UC Admits More Diverse, Bigger Group Of California Freshmen For Fall 2021The end of standardized testing requirements may have encouraged more students to apply, because applications from California freshmen were up more than 13%, UC officials said.
Hometown Hero: Delaney Spaulding Overcomes Injury, Heads To Tokyo With US Women's Olympic Softball TeamLast February, Delaney Spaulding was preparing to compete for the U.S. Olympic softball team, but her Olympic dream nearly died after tearing the ACL and meniscus in her right knee.
Judge Gives Final Approval to $73M Settlement In Lawsuit Against Former UCLA Gynecologist James HeapsA federal judge Monday gave final approval to a $73 million settlement in a lawsuit brought by more than 5,500 women who allege they were sexually assaulted by former UCLA campus gynecologist/oncologist James Heaps.
Terry Donahue, Winningest Coach In UCLA History, Dies At 77Terry Donahue passed away after a two-year battle with cancer.
UCLA Receives Grant To Study Best Practices For Safe Return To SchoolA UCLA research team has been awarded a $3 million grant from the U.S. National Institutes of Health to study how to increase COVID-19 testing access for a safe return to school, particularly for underserved populations.
UCLA Report: Better School Environment May Reduce Weapon-Carrying