A dig at USC, an update on a Bruin and the NFL, a little recruiting rumor, and more!
We tend to be on the patriotic side when it comes the the 4th of July. During World War II, over 200 UCLA students went off to war and never returned. Some died at Normandy, some at Pearl Harbor, some in POW camps. In fact, UCLA was represented in just about every area and every […]
In the news lately, there has been talk about USC and Alabama scheduling a football game together in 2016. With that, the myth machine is again out in full force trumpeting the Trojans revolutionary role in breaking down the racial barrier in college football. As the story goes, a segregated University of Alabama team under […]
“Reading this page every day is like hitting three gold bars at a Las Vegas slot machine” – Bruin Authority Guys Updated: 3/12/2014 3:20 p.m. Today: -Kyle Anderson does NOT get PAC-12 Player of the Year -UCLA Senior Associate Athletic Director Mark Harlan leaving UCLA -UCLA breaks records in new graduate school rankings -Interview with […]
Lincoln Heights Intersection Named for Pioneering Football Player By EGP Staff Report A sign was unveiled last week designating the intersection of North Broadway and Lincoln Park Avenue in Lincoln Heights as Kenny Washington Square in honor of the late pioneering running back. UCLA football coach Jim Mora and athletic director Dan Guerrero were among […]
From the L.A. Times… Four California universities among world’s top 10 By Larry Gordon Los Angeles Times March 5, 2014 California universities once again scored highly in an annual ranking based on the reputation of world research universities by the Times Higher Education magazine of Great Britain, with Stanford, UC Berkeley, Caltech and UCLA in […]
A few updates on UCLA, not completely related to sports. As we wrote about HERE, Drake Stadium is getting a new facelift. Check this photo out of the new state of the art track! UCLA still stands for “Under Construction Like Always” If you have been on campus lately you will notice a ton of […]
UCLA is Nation’s Most Applied-to Univeristy; Minority Apps Increase UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA-LOS ANGELES | TUESDAY, JAN 21, 2014 8:18 PM UCLA has received more applications for fall 2014 undergraduate admission than any other University of California school, continuing a trend that in recent years has made the campus the most applied-to four-year university in the […]