Monday, September 25


Kendra Perez, a graduate student in acting, died June 18 after falling into a creek at Sequoia National Park. (Courtesy of Joe Jackson Funeral Chapels)

Graduate student remembered for charisma, passion for theater

Faculty and students remember Kendra Perez as a lively and talented individual who brought people together with her enthusiasm and passion for acting. Perez, a graduate student in acting, was 26 years old when she died June 18 after falling into a creek in Sequoia National Park. Read more...

Photo: Kendra Perez, a graduate student in acting, died June 18 after falling into a creek at Sequoia National Park. (Courtesy of Joe Jackson Funeral Chapels)

Kendra Perez, a graduate student in acting, died June 18 after falling into a creek at Sequoia National Park. (Courtesy of Joe Jackson Funeral Chapels)



Tim Connors, third-year cognitive science student and founder of SoCal Grad Club, has sold caps and gowns to hundreds of UCLA students. (Habeba Mostafa/Daily Bruin)

UCLA student shares motivations in creating SoCal Grad Club

UCLA students are picking up their caps and gowns for graduation, but hundreds did not buy them from the university. Instead, they purchased their graduation gear from SoCal Grad Club, a new student-run business that sells cap and gown packages for 14 dollars less than what the university sells them for. Read more...

Photo: Tim Connors, third-year cognitive science student and founder of SoCal Grad Club, has sold caps and gowns to hundreds of UCLA students. (Habeba Mostafa/Daily Bruin)

Tim Connors, third-year cognitive science student and founder of SoCal Grad Club, has sold caps and gowns to hundreds of UCLA students. (Habeba Mostafa/Daily Bruin)


Kimberly Lau, a UCLA alumna, told a story of her journey as a member of both the LGBTQ and Christian communities during a panel event Tuesday in Moore Hall. (Eileen Lising/Daily Bruin)

UCLA PRISM holds therapeutic panel following break from InterVarsity

Kimberly Lau found a home and safe space at the only Chinese immigrant church in Davis where the only people of color at her elementary school were three Asian children and an African-American child. Read more...

Photo: Kimberly Lau, a UCLA alumna, told a story of her journey as a member of both the LGBTQ and Christian communities during a panel event Tuesday in Moore Hall. (Eileen Lising/Daily Bruin)

Kimberly Lau, a UCLA alumna, told a story of her journey as a member of both the LGBTQ and Christian communities during a panel event Tuesday in Moore Hall. (Eileen Lising/Daily Bruin)