Factoid

Factoid: When UCLA first moved to Westwood in 1929 (dedication ceremony above), the state’s population was far less likely than today to have been born in California.  (See below.) The contrast of today with the situation just after World War II was even more dramatic on that score. Thus, although we think of today’s California population as “diverse,” in terms of state nativity, it is less diverse than in the past.

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