This post was updated Sept. 21 at 11:08 p.m.
UCLA students and faculty are participating in a three-year study on agriculture and irrigation in East Africa funded by the National Science Foundation.
Through colorful children’s storybooks, Pages for Pediatrics is drawing inclusivity for young patients.
Founded in spring 2021, Pages for Pediatrics is a student-run organization at UCLA that aims to write and illustrate original children’s storybooks that focus on pediatric illnesses and disabilities, said president and founder Rujuta Sathe.
This post was updated August 7 at 9:55 p.m.
Through the lens of his iPhone, Jason Wright captures his emotions one take at a time.
Wright said he has produced several short films under his production group, Cha Cha Dreamers Production, which he started with two of his friends.
This post was updated Sept. 1 at 12:33 p.m.
Student organizers from UCLA and Stanford University are jointly hosting the Japan-America Innovators of Medicine, an ideathon to bolster student innovation in health care technology.
This post was updated July 24 at 8:47 p.m.
The founders of the Latina Futures, 2050 Lab are planning to create a pipeline that connects research directly to policymakers in an attempt to tackle disparities and inequities that Latina women face.
This post was updated July 10 at 8:13 p.m.
With a Sharpie, paper and napkins, Raina Markham is making her mark on the art world.
The rising third-year music education student said she has found comfort through various art styles including hand-drawn graphics, visual scores and collages made from everyday materials such as newspapers.
This post was updated June 5 at 4:51 p.m.
Several UCLA students reflect on the meaning of community- and identity-based graduations, with some pushing for more engagement and aid from the university.
Con Brio String Orchestra is bringing inclusivity to UCLA’s music scene.
Over the last year, CBSO has since grown to encompass almost 20 members as they prepare to host their first spring concert on Sunday.
This post was updated May 22 at 9:29 p.m.
Hahna Song is beading her way through Westwood.
Creating products ranging from phone charms to accessories, the first-year biology student said she began selling handmade beaded jewelry when she started attending UCLA.
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