Four Days of Bruin Fun

By Wendy Felton on November 24, 2010 at 7:00:00 PM | Permalink | Comments (0)
Larry Yust's "Van Ness Avenue, Los Angeles" on display at the Fowler Museum

Both the Fowler Museum and the Hammer Museum will be open Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. The Fowler's current exhibits include Street Art: Photographic Elevations of Los Angeles, Paris and Berlin by Larry Yust (that's a photograph from the exhibit above) and Life in Ceramics: Five Contemporary Korean Artists, while the Hammer presents works from Mark Flores and Julian Hoeber. The Fowler, located on campus, is open noon-5 on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, while the Hammer (at the corner of Westwood and Wilshire) is open 11-7 Friday and Saturday and 11-5 on Sunday. 


Love watching Bruins on the field...or the court...or the pool? This weekend offers a cornucopia (sorry) of UCLA athletic events. In chronological order:
  • Wednesday night, the men's basketball team takes on #6 Villanova at Madison Square Garden in the NIT Preseason Tournament semifinals. The game will be televised on ESPN2, and the tournament continues Friday.
  • Friday, our football team goes up against Arizona State. Kickoff is at 12:30 PM. Catch the game on Fox Sports.
  • Starting Friday, the men's water polo team will compete in the MPSF Tournament. The weekend's matches begin at 1:30 PM on Friday against University of the Pacific.
  • Women's volleyball takes on crosstown rivals USC at 5 PM Friday in Pauley Pavilion.
  • Our #13 women's basketball squad will take on Temple at Pauley on Sunday. Tipoff is at 2 PM.
  • And men's soccer continues in the NCAA tournament, going up against Dartmouth in Drake Stadium at 5 PM Sunday.
Alumni Activities

Not in driving distance of Westwood? No worries! The NYC Bruins will gather to watch men's basketball in Madison Square Garden on Wednesday and Friday and host a Thanksgiving Dinner for Twelve Strangers. In Northern California, the Bay Area Bruins will host a football watching party Friday.

What are you doing this holiday weekend?

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