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Towell, shortened from Temporary Powell Staging Facility
V-J Day – Emperor Hirohito had announced Japan’s surrender, officially ending World War II.
Mary Lou Retton
“By the Old Pacific’s Rolling Waters,” also known as “By”
UCLA’s new student union, renamed Ackerman Union upon “Mr. A’s” retirement in 1967.
Tyus Edney ’97
Dance Marathon held by the Pediatric AIDS Coalition at UCLA
To join the summer program that would work to double the number of blacks registered to vote in the South.
The Rose Bowl, 1923
It is covered by a wooden box with the sign “The Bruin Bear is Hibernating” as students stand guard to protect it from vandalism.
More than 105,800
All UC colors represent the state’s attributes. Blue for the ocean and local wildflowers. Gold for the Golden State, California poppy and sunsets. Learn more.
1923, 28 students
Women’s Water Polo.
1. To laugh a lot
2. That’s really funny (interjection.) (Rolling On the Floor Laughing).
1. To program a webpage to take users to Rick Astley’s video “Never Gonna Give You Up” rather than whatever they clicked on.
2. To play “Never Gonna Give You Up” for (someone).
Hail to the hills of Westwood,
To the mighty sea below;
Hail to our Alma Mater,
She will conquer every foe.
For we’re loyal to the Southland,
Her honor we’ll uphold;
We’ll gladly give our hearts to thee,
To the Blue and to the Gold.