UCLA law professor Stuart Banner writes about the history of baseball examined through its court cases.
Despite budgetary constraints brought on by years of declining state funding, the University of California continues to outpace many of its peer institutions on critical measures of student success.
Led by social welfare professor Bridget Freisthler, student researchers are fanning out across Los Angeles to visit medical marijuana dispensaries, surveying patients and dispensary owners to learn how marijuana fits into their lives — and how it shapes the fabric of their communities.
More than 150 artifacts that document Jewish history in Los Angeles are featured in a new exhibit that opened at the Autry National Center. Assisting in this endeavor were UCLA faculty, students, alumni and the university’s extensive library system.
University of California President Mark Yudof presented a report to the Board of Regents Wednesday that charted the significant changes of the past six years and offered a candid assessment of how UC is performing today.
University of California students remain highly satisfied with their education overall, and with their access to courses needed to graduate, according to a survey of UC undergraduates released this week.
A UCLA law professor and his students gather the world's best legal minds online to debate the most pressing and complex issues of human rights and international criminal law on a website that's been lauded as one of the world's top innovations for justice.