Archive for the ‘Sales’ Category

UCLA Monster Mash Sale!

Monday, October 15th, 2012

When: Thursday, October 25, 2012

Time: 7:30am – 7:30pm

UCLA Store, Ackerman Union,

Monstrous savings, insanely low prices, drop dead discounts ONE DAY ONLY! Don’t miss the annual Monster Sale at the UCLA Store on Thursday, Oct. 25. Save 25% on all BearWear, Fast Track sportswear and UCLA merchandise. Save 50% on all Red Tag Clearance merchandise! Save 20% on almost everything else, including all books in the BookZone, computer supplies, school and office supplies, and all plush and gifts. Some exclusions apply, discount limited to stock on hand. The store hours for the Ackerman Union location are 7:30am until 7:30pm. Select savings also available at Health Sciences Store and Lu Valle Commons. For more information call the UCLA Store at 310-825-6064.


American Indian Student Association 27th Annual Powwow

Friday, April 20th, 2012

Sunday, April 22, 2012
9:00 am – 10:00 pm, North Athletic Field – Facility

Open to the public from 9am – 6pm.

A full-day event exhibiting Native dances, songs and performances. A unique cultural experience engaging both the UCLA community and the greater Los Angeles community in Native American tradition.

Many vendors in attendance selling goods such as pawn jewelry, clothes, cds, books, and food.

Information and attendance free, and participation in any and all of the aspects of powwow warmly encouraged!

Free and open to the public.


Edible Book Festival

Thursday, March 8th, 2012

Enter your edible creations in this fun contest!

Powell Library East Rotunda
Thursday, April 5
Noon to 1:30 p.m.

Now in its fourth year, this festival celebrates the consumption of books in all ways and honors the late Judith Hoffberg, donor of much of the Arts Library’s artists’ books collection.

Individuals, departments, and groups from across campus are invited to create an entry for the festival.  Entries will be judged in a variety of categories including Best Student Entry, Most Creative, People’s Choice, and Best Tasting.

Find contest details, photos from previous years, and more on Facebook.

Sponsored by the UCLA Library and the Library Staff Association

Click here for the entry form.



Visit China!

Friday, March 2nd, 2012

Silk Road to China Trip

Since 2001, UCLA has been part of the Silk Road to the Future, a project which brings hundreds of American based students, staff and faculty to China to interact with their counterparts from Chinese universities.  A nonprofit organization called Legends of China spearheads this project with the hopes of promoting cross-cultural exchange and developing intercultural friendships between universities in the U.S. and China.  Participants of this trip are dubbed “peace ambassadors” as they set off to China to engage in a cultural exchange, participate in leadership programs and ultimately build their global citizenship.  Trip itineraries provide a combination of historic tours and educational outings to sites like ancient temples, the Forbidden City, Tiananmen Square and the Great Wall of China, and offer programs that allow participants to take a glimpse into Chinese culture as they learn how silk fabric, silk rugs, jade artifacts and pearl jewelry are traditionally made.

Students both from China and U.S. are required to create artwork representing peace on silk fabric squares provided by Legends of China.  Silk pieces collected from all trips taking place between 2001 and 2008 were put together to create a magnificent 10,000 meter banner that was on exhibit at 2008 Beijing Olympic Exhibition for the whole world to see.  Since the 2008 Olympics in Beijing, the Legends of China Foundation has set a new goal that will stretch the banner beyond China with a new banner-length goal of 40,076 silk pieces.  This new banner will represent the circumference of the earth’s equator — the distance around our globe!

The Legends of China Foundation coordinates this trip to ensure that all participants have a wonderful and unique experience in China.  Trip participants enjoy accommodations at 4-5 star hotels and traditional ten-course meals at fine restaurants on a daily basis.  Comfortable charter buses provide transportation for program participants from busy boulevards in Beijing to the scenic countryside en route to the more rustic provinces of China.

This amazing travel experience will be offered once again to UCLA students, staff, faculty and their family members for Summer 2011.  Do not miss our upcoming information sessions to find out more about this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.

Click here for the registration pdf form.

Click here for the list of the many different trips to China.

Enhance Your Career by Volunteering at UCLA

Friday, February 17th, 2012

DATE:                  Wednesday, February 22, 2012
TIME:                   12:00 noon – 1:00 pm
LOCATION:        2nd Floor Lounge at Ackerman Union
RSVP at:    

Administrative Management Group (AMG) and UCLA Staff Assembly are co-hosting a panel discussion on volunteer opportunities that could enhance your career at UCLA. This panel represents several organizations on campus – the Volunteer Center, Information Technology, Bruin Advocacy, and the Judicial Advocate Volunteer Group – and will focus on how to get involved with volunteer opportunities that not only cultivate professional development, but also facilitate networking opportunities.

Mark Ramseyer, Incoming Chair for AMG, will moderate the panel which includes:

  1. Rachel Corell – Volunteer Center
  2. Debra Gellar and Dennis Lyday – Student Advocate Program
  3. Jackie Reynolds – BruinTech
  4. Manuel “Manny” Baldenegro – Bruin Advocacy

UCLA Travel Fair

Monday, February 13th, 2012

Wednesday, February 15, 2012

11:00 am – 2:00 pm, Ackerman Union – Second Floor Lounge (2414)

Vendor Fair for all UCLA Travelers and Travel Arrangers.

Free and open to the public; attendees will register at door.


Friday, February 3rd, 2012

UCLA’s Hannah Carter Japanese Garden,  and a neighboring mansion, are to be put on the auctioning block this coming spring.
Now, we know how that the University could use the expected 15 million for academic services, but the sacrifice: a garden that some
have declared one of the best examples of Japanese gardening. Local residents, UCLA faculty and alumni are opposing the sale. UCLA officials say the upkeep is too steep to keep it going. Counts of the gate from last year only registered, 2000 and really, it has no parking.

Where do you stand?

Do you care? Maybe you don’t.  Take a read.

Click here to read the fascinating article by Daniel Schonhaut courtesy of the Daily Bruin.

What can you do? Write!

Click here to write to Chancellor Block.

Click here to write local city councilmember Paul Koretz. Let your voice be heard

UCLA Store Faculty & Staff Appreciation Event

Monday, November 28th, 2011

November 29–December 1

Save 20% at the UCLA Store, November 29–December 1. Simply present your UCLA academic or staff identification card at the time of purchase to receive your discount. Shop for great UCLA gifts in BearWear, Clinique holiday gift sets, sportswear in Fast Track, or new UCLA book titles in the BookZone. Best of all, 2% of all your purchases will be donated to the Mattel Children’s Hospital UCLA.

Look for your postcard invite to arrive via campus mail. Your postcard is your ticket to the Sneak Peek of the new Court of Sciences Student Center on A-level, Ackerman Union between 11am to 1pm AND also enters you to win one of TEN great prizes in our Faculty & Staff Appreciation Raffle (including an iPad2, $200 UCLA Store gfit cards, BearWear gfit baskets and more)! If you didn’t receive a postcard, bring your UCLA academic or staff identification card to the Customer Service counter.

Click here for more information.

LSA Book Sale!!

Tuesday, November 1st, 2011


TUES & WED  Nov 1 &2   9am – 3 pm

Sponsored by the UCLA Library Staff Association


Early Bird Hours both days  9am to 10am

Strictly limited to UCLA Students, Staff and Faculty—the General Public is welcome to participate after 10am.



Monday, August 1st, 2011


KarmGoat is an online charitable site where you request services (golf or cooking lessons) or sell something and if the service is accepted or the piece of furniture sells, the person doing the selling donates to his or her favorite charity.

List an item, set a price and then select your cause, it is that simple.  85% of the proceeds go to the person’s charity, the remaining 15% goes to the KarmaGoat organization to run the organization.

Click here to read the fantastic article by Samantha Masunaga courtesy of the Daily Bruin.