Alumna Takes on Dark Pop Genre in Debut EP and Video

Zhou said she treats her musical and creative pursuits with an attitude of adaptability and determination, despite not having formal tools and training. Norris said Zhou converted a closet space into a recording studio, where she created songs in that cramped environment. During his experience creating the music video for “I Don’t Know You” with…

Afrofuturism: From the Past to the Living Present

Afrofuturism, more concretely, can be understood as a wide-ranging social, political and artistic movement that dares to imagine a world where African-descended peoples and their cultures play a central role in the creation of that world. Read More in UCLA Magazine Photo Courtesy of Jabari Jacobs, UCLA Magazine  

A Well-Earned Honor

Dear Bruin Community: While these have been somewhat dark and difficult times for everyone, I wanted to take a moment to share some light in the form of good news: UCLA was just ranked the No. 1 public university in the nation for the fourth year in a row by U.S. News & World Report. Each of you…

Delivering on a Public University’s Mission with Contact Tracing Training

“As a public research institution, UCLA is committed to enhancing the lives of California’s citizens. In this particular instance, it’s a real concrete example of how we’re coming together with the Fielding School of Public Health at UCLA to really fulfill that need.” – Eric A. Bullard Dean, Continuing Education & UCLA Extension Read More…