Sunday, August 19

UCLA Transportation parking assistants create personal connections in their jobs

UCLA Transportation parking assistants create personal connections in their jobs

September 23, 2010 – When you arrive at UCLA, some of the first people you'll meet are UCLA Transportation employees. They represent the campus by giving information about navigating its 419 acres. Two student workers and one of their managers show us how they have created social networks in the process. [3:47]

"UCLA Transportation parking assistants create personal connections in their jobs"

September 23, 2010 – When you arrive at UCLA, some of the first people you'll meet are UCLA Transportation employees. They represent the campus by giving information about navigating its 419 acres. Two student workers and one of their managers show us how they have created social networks in the process. [3:47]

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Parenting Student Graduation participant and her family discuss how they balance schoolwork and childcare

Parenting Student Graduation participant and her family discuss how they balance schoolwork and childcare

June 7, 2010 – Graduation is a time to honor achievements: completing academic requirements, participating in campus club activities, working and interning "¦ and, for a unique group of people, raising children. UCLA's first Parenting Student Graduation Celebration takes place at 2 p.m. on June 13. Children will play games and walk the commencement stage with their robed parents. One graduating international student from Egypt reveals how she balances her roles as a mother, wife and M.A. candidate. [3:46]

"Parenting Student Graduation participant and her family discuss how they balance schoolwork and childcare"

June 7, 2010 – Graduation is a time to honor achievements: completing academic requirements, participating in campus club activities, working and interning "¦ and, for a unique group of people, raising children. UCLA's first Parenting Student Graduation Celebration takes place at 2 p.m. on June 13. Children will play games and walk the commencement stage with their robed parents. One graduating international student from Egypt reveals how she balances her roles as a mother, wife and M.A. candidate. [3:46]

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Eating Your Way Down Westwood Boulevard: Student brings low-cost, high-quality cuisine from Rome to L.A. home

Eating Your Way Down Westwood Boulevard: Student brings low-cost, high-quality cuisine from Rome to L.A. home May 11, 2010 - Golden arches mark the entrance to Tanino at 1043 Westwood Boulevard. At this upscale Italian restaurant, your dinner may be garlic bread for $9.50, pasta for $15 to $24, or meat and fish above $30. But you don't have to be wealthy to savor the richness of Italian cuisine. UCLA computer science graduate student Stefano Emiliozzi shows us how to make pasta "par carbonara" and dine as the Romans do. [5:10] "Eating Your Way Down Westwood Boulevard: Student brings low-cost, high-quality cuisine from Rome to L.A. home"

May 11, 2010 - Golden arches mark the entrance to Tanino at 1043 Westwood Boulevard. At this upscale Italian restaurant, your dinner may be garlic bread for $9.50, pasta for $15 to $24, or meat and fish above $30. But you don't have to be wealthy to savor the richness of Italian cuisine. UCLA computer science graduate student Stefano Emiliozzi shows us how to make pasta "par carbonara" and dine as the Romans do. [5:10] Read more...


Artist Chaz Bojorquez reveals graffiti’s deeper layers that embody history, culture and community

Artist Chaz Bojorquez reveals graffiti’s deeper layers that embody history, culture and community

May 7, 2010 – Chaz Bojorquez's talk "Philosophy of Lettering" takes place at the Hammer Museum at 1 p.m. Saturday, May 8. He studied ceramics at Chouinard Art Institute (today known as California Institute of Arts), and then mixed East L.A. Mexican American graffiti fashion with Asian calligraphy to form his unique style. Daily Bruin Radio met Bojorquez at his home, where he described how graffiti is a way to make your culture and community be seen, understood and remembered. [5:12]

"Artist Chaz Bojorquez reveals graffiti’s deeper layers that embody history, culture and community"

May 7, 2010 – Chaz Bojorquez's talk "Philosophy of Lettering" takes place at the Hammer Museum at 1 p.m. Saturday, May 8. He studied ceramics at Chouinard Art Institute (today known as California Institute of Arts), and then mixed East L.A. Mexican American graffiti fashion with Asian calligraphy to form his unique style. Daily Bruin Radio met Bojorquez at his home, where he described how graffiti is a way to make your culture and community be seen, understood and remembered. [5:12]

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Illusion to reality: Jacqueline Hoang’s adaptation of John Keats’ “Lamia” poem took center stage this past weekend

Illusion to reality: Jacqueline Hoang’s adaptation of John Keats’ “Lamia” poem took center stage this past weekend April 26, 2010 - What happens when a poem becomes a play? Senior English student Jacqueline Hoang completed her honors thesis project by writing, directing and producing a play based off of John Keats' poem "Lamia." It was performed in Santa Monica this past weekend. Learn how the characters interact with each other and with the audience through movement, mind and emotions [4:37]. "Illusion to reality: Jacqueline Hoang’s adaptation of John Keats’ “Lamia” poem took center stage this past weekend"

April 26, 2010 - What happens when a poem becomes a play? Senior English student Jacqueline Hoang completed her honors thesis project by writing, directing and producing a play based off of John Keats' poem "Lamia." It was performed in Santa Monica this past weekend. Learn how the characters interact with each other and with the audience through movement, mind and emotions [4:37]. Read more...


Fowler Museum employees share their experiences protecting high-value artwork and priceless identities

Fowler Museum employees share their experiences protecting high-value artwork and priceless identities From the Fowler Museum at UCLA, employees John Piccione and Emry Thomas reveal how protecting art is not always glamorous, but meeting accomplished colleagues and world-class visitors is always rewarding. As these employees let their guards down, they reveal their deeper identities as creative individuals. "Fowler Museum employees share their experiences protecting high-value artwork and priceless identities"

From the Fowler Museum at UCLA, employees John Piccione and Emry Thomas reveal how protecting art is not always glamorous, but meeting accomplished colleagues and world-class visitors is always rewarding. As these employees let their guards down, they reveal their deeper identities as creative individuals. Read more...