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The UCLA Library, in partnership with UCLA CEILS (Center for Education Innovation and Learning in... more
  If you’re heading through Powell Library’s Rotunda and East Rotunda, you might notice a new... more
Welcome back, Bruins! The UCLA Library wants to make sure that you are prepared and well-equipped... more
Dear Donors and Supporters of the UCLA Library,   Can it be fall already? The summer has just... more
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Alison M. Scott has been appointed associate university librarian for collection management and... more

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Campus libraries host activities to reduce stress, including therapy dogs, chair massage, meditation, origami, healthy snacks, and more.
The William Andrews Clark Memorial Library hosts a series of chamber music concerts and other events prior to the full reopening of this historic building later this year.
UCLA Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion has created a centralized location with links to content that answers questions and provides information.
Search the Digital Collections for images, audio, video, and text selected from the breadth of Library holdings. This image is a detail from the "Lyrical Map of the Concept of Los Angeles."