The UCLA campus is perpetually in motion. Our students start and join more than 800 clubs, kick start businesses, run organizations and are deeply involved with the community.
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The Hollywood Bowl has been a fixture on the Los Angeles live entertainment scene since 1916. That first performance was an outdoor community-theater production of "Julius Caesar."
The only thing more fun than winning the three-legged race or tug of war was spending the whole day playing outside with your classmates. Students at the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA get to relive the glory days of their youth, just with grown-up games.
It’s been more than 50 years since the U.S. surgeon general warned the public about the lethal dangers of cigarette smoking.
Sometimes you want a quick escape without actually leaving campus. That's where the UCLA botanical garden and sculpture garden come in.
"We were doing a very good job at treating diseases, but we were not spending enough time and resources on health promotion and wellness activities in an integrated way, looking at the mind and body as an integrated approach."
The week leading up to graduation is known as senior week at UCLA, and it's a time for fourth-year students to celebrate their achievements and enjoy socializing with each other and with friends and family.
The Los Angeles flea markets offer everything from vinyl records to vintage clothing to custom-built furniture — a little something for everyone.
While it can be tempting to stay in a familiar area near family and friends, there are many benefits of going to medical school outside your geographic comfort zone.
The City of Angels has no shortage of celebrities. For David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA students looking to walk among the stars, head to the Hollywood Walk of Fame.