UCLA’s Neighborhoods: Things to See in Westwood Village

There’s plenty to do in neighboring Westwood Village when you visit UCLA! Westwood is L.A.’s college town, first developed in 1929 by the Janss Investment Company, and now a popular destination for locals citywide for shopping, dining and entertainment. The historic landmark cinema Fox Village Theater, built in 1931, is still home to movie premieres,…

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Attend TEDxUCLA’s “Time” and Visit Plateia

TEDxUCLA this year will feature talks on one of the most interesting and puzzling topics in our universe — “time.” Since the beginning, humans have been interested in analyzing its meaning, and figuring out how it goes by and trying to understand how to make the best use of time. The talks will focus on…

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Exploring Non-Traditional Meeting Venues in L.A.

Planning the perfect meeting sometimes requires thinking outside the box or traditional meeting venue, which is why we created this list of some of the most non-traditional meeting venues in Los Angeles. These include popular museums, the famed Los Angeles Convention Center, the world-famous Rose Bowl, and venues here at UCLA such as the historic…

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Celebrating UCLA’s Achievements: Famous UCLA Scientists

UCLA’s reputation as a leader in the sciences is due to the contributions of several notable alumni in the physical and life science fields of chemistry, biology, physics, astronomy and medicine, who have made significant impacts on the local, national and world stage. Here is a list of just some of UCLA’s notable contributors to…

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