Saturday, October 19

A local farmer herds oxen through the agricultural fields in Vadamanappakkam, where farming is one of the main professions. This village is composed of about 5,000 residents, approximately 2,500 of whom are working members. (Sonja Bartlett/Daily Bruin)

Give a Man a Fish

Ten years ago, Project RISHI, Rural India Social and Health Improvement, was founded at UCLA by Dr. Eri Srivatsan and four of the students working under him.  Read more...

A local farmer herds oxen through the agricultural fields in Vadamanappakkam, where farming is one of the main professions. This village is composed of about 5,000 residents, approximately 2,500 of whom are working members. (Sonja Bartlett/Daily Bruin)

Photo courtesy of Lucrieta Stinnette

UCLA grad student explores issue of migrant marriage in film

UCLA grad student explores issue of migrant marriage in film "Quyen Story Final". "UCLA grad student explores issue of migrant marriage in film"

Graduate film student Lucretia Stinnette has recently released a film called “Quyen,” a fictional story inspired by her time in South Korea working closely with “migrant wives,” more commonly known as “mail-order brides.” Listen to Stinnette share her experience making this film at dailybruin.com/radio or on the Daily Bruin Radio podcast channel on iTunes. Read more...

Photo courtesy of Lucrieta Stinnette

Photo by Chris Campbell
Photo by Chris Campbell


Long Story Short – May 19, 2014

Long Story Short – May 19, 2014 "Long Story Short – May 19, 2014"

First, fifth-year communication and political science student Graham Wetterhan, first-year chemical engineering student Rob Racke, first-year English student Ellie Martino, and first-year undeclared student Alex Weber of Hooligan Theatre talk about their upcoming production “No Sex Please, We’re British” and give us insight to what happens when a newlywed couple receives an unexpected package of pornography in the mail. Read more...


Long Story Short – April 22, 2014

Long Story Short – April 22, 2014 "Long Story Short – April 22, 2014"

First, Sid reviews UCLA’s first environmental film festival “Green Screens”, which presented documentaries on environmental activism and human connections. Then, with Earth Day around right around the corner, second-year environmental science student, Jacqueline Mak and first-year life sciences student Jacqueline Williams talk about CalPirg’s recent campaigns, such as the Million Clean Cars and Students Against Fracking. Read more...


Long Story Short – April 14, 2014

Long Story Short – April 14, 2014 "Long Story Short – April 14, 2014"

Daily Bruin news contributor Amanda Schallert talk about the possibility of having a transfer representative on USAC with fourth-year sociology student Randall Call, fourth-year political science student Nicole Fossi, and third-year political science student Alyssa Nunez, while and Janet Nguyen discusses the heavily contested elections this year, where four slates are running candidates. Read more...



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