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No Excuses

No Excuses: Growing Up Deaf and Achieving My Super Bowl Dreams: by Derrick Coleman Jr.

Support breast cancer awareness with this new UCLA adidas t-shirt.

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UCLA Football - Meet the Bruins (Aug. 18, 2012 - Drake Stadium)

UCLA Football - Meet the Bruins (Aug. 18, 2012 - Drake Stadium)

UCLA's 2012 Olympic Gold Medalists

UCLA's 2012 Olympic Gold Medalists

Final Olympic numbers after London 2012

Final Olympic numbers after London 2012

The UCLA Powell Library (http://www.library.ucla.edu/libraries/college/) building houses the main undergraduate library. One section is open 24 hours/day for much of the quarter. Ray Bradbury’s “Fahrenheit 451” was written in the basement of this building.

The Powell Library building houses the main undergraduate library. One section is open 24 hours/day for much of the quarter. Ray Bradbury’s “Fahrenheit was written in the basement of this building.

Coach Wooden's Pyramid of Success: Building Blocks for a Better Life, by John Wooden, Jay Carty

Coach Wooden's Pyramid of Success: Building Blocks For a Better Life: John Wooden, Jay Carty

Wooden: A Lifetime of Observations and Reflections On and Off the Court, by John Wooden, Steve Jamison

Wooden: A Lifetime of Observations & Reflections On and Off the Court by John Wood & Steve Jamison. Recommended by Norma Minch Andresik Leadership Conference Alumnae Panelist Sheila Burkett.

On the Shoulders of Giants: My Journey Through the Harlem Renaissance, by Kareem Abdul-Jabbar

From 1920 to the Harlem Renaissance produced a bright beacon of light that paved the way for African-Americans all over the country. The unapologetic writings of W. Du Bois and Marcus Garv

UCLA Marvel Captain America Tee, now available at the UCLA Store

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Jackie Robinson, UCLA 1939-1941- When baseball  wouldn't let him in,  he refused to be out. What barrier will you break? http://ucla.edu/optimists/

April 1947 Jackie Robinson broke the color barrier in Major League Baseball. Unfortunately this day didn't change people's attitudes & he still had to endure immense racism from businesses, "fans", and fellow players as well;