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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.
Sometimes it's nice to head to the beach, walk on a pier to clear the mind or go fishing on days off. So what are the best Los Angeles piers to visit?
While attending medical school, students can try cuisine from around the world, plus unique fusions they're not likely to find anywhere else.
The beauty of living in Los Angeles as a sports fan is the sheer number of franchises: the Dodgers, Lakers, Clippers, Kings, Galaxy and now the Rams.
Started in 2007, the program provides surgical and medical treatment to qualifying service members and veterans at no cost.
For many students at the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA, living in the big city is a perk. Other students, especially those with children, might prefer a small-town feel, a close-knit community or simply a quieter place to study.
Weekends are a great time for students to take a respite to explore non-tourist things to do in LA and enjoy some well-deserved downtime.