Monday, December 9

TiaErykah "Tia" Gregory, a second-year psychobiology student, promotes her business of doing eyelash extensions to clients via the UCLA Free & For Sale Facebook page. Amongst three different volume options for the lashes, Gregory said she also offers to fill in where the previous lashes have fallen out. For convenience, Gregory does each of her appointments at her apartment. (Mia Kayser/Daily Bruin staff)
TiaErykah "Tia" Gregory, a second-year psychobiology student, promotes her business of doing eyelash extensions to clients via the UCLA Free & For Sale Facebook page. Amongst three different volume options for the lashes, Gregory said she also offers to fill in where the previous lashes have fallen out. For convenience, Gregory does each of her appointments at her apartment. (Mia Kayser/Daily Bruin staff)

The cult favorite Bake Cheese Tart from Hokkaido, Japan, has opened its second store in the United States at the Westfield Century City mall. The brand utilizes its “double bake” method, in which the tart crust is baked once on its own, then a second time with the cheese mousse filling inside. (Courtesy of Bake Cheese Tart)
The cult favorite Bake Cheese Tart from Hokkaido, Japan, has opened its second store in the United States at the Westfield Century City mall. The brand utilizes its “double bake” method, in which the tart crust is baked once on its own, then a second time with the cheese mousse filling inside. (Courtesy of Bake Cheese Tart)

Comedian Frankie Quinones will be performing his one-man variety show at The Wiltern, incorporating several original characters such as Creeper, a Cholo and fitness guru, and Juanita Carmelita, a suburban Latina drama queen. (Courtesy of Frankie Quinones)
Comedian Frankie Quinones will be performing his one-man variety show at The Wiltern, incorporating several original characters such as Creeper, a Cholo and fitness guru, and Juanita Carmelita, a suburban Latina drama queen. (Courtesy of Frankie Quinones)

Rising second-year anthropology student Binisha Dahal runs a YouTube channel through which she aims to depict the reality of the college experience. She provides tips on productivity, her daily activities and personal Q&As about UCLA. (Lauren Man/Daily Bruin)
Rising second-year anthropology student Binisha Dahal runs a YouTube channel through which she aims to depict the reality of the college experience. She provides tips on productivity, her daily activities and personal Q&As about UCLA. (Lauren Man/Daily Bruin)

Actress Lauren Renee plays Yesenia in “Let’s Talk About ‘It’” alongside Ali Graba, who plays Aurora. The film navigates sexual encounters in college, and includes representation of the Latinx community. (Courtesy of Anali Cabrera)
Actress Lauren Renee plays Yesenia in “Let’s Talk About ‘It’” alongside Ali Graba, who plays Aurora. The film navigates sexual encounters in college, and includes representation of the Latinx community. (Courtesy of Anali Cabrera)

Ally Gong, a fourth-year economics student, uses her YouTube channel to explore Korean makeup and skincare trends. She currently has more than 9,000 subscribers to her channel. (Elise Tsai/Daily Bruin)
Ally Gong, a fourth-year economics student, uses her YouTube channel to explore Korean makeup and skincare trends. She currently has more than 9,000 subscribers to her channel. (Elise Tsai/Daily Bruin)

UCLA students interned at the “Things I Never Said” project, which centers around opening a discussion about stigmas surrounding mental health in Asian-American communities. Director Wendy Wang said the need to create further education on this topic partially stems from the model minority myth. (Courtesy of Wendy Wang)
UCLA students interned at the “Things I Never Said” project, which centers around opening a discussion about stigmas surrounding mental health in Asian-American communities. Director Wendy Wang said the need to create further education on this topic partially stems from the model minority myth. (Courtesy of Wendy Wang)