Saturday, October 20

UCLA students Janina Lamoglia, Christina Rice and Kailyn Glass (left to right) record their weekly podcast “Actually Adultish” from the couch of their apartment. (Shelby Scoggins/Daily Bruin)

Students’ podcast tackles issues of the everyday college student

Christina Rice, Janina Lamoglia and Kailyn Glass gathered around their Midvale Avenue apartment’s dining room table in their pajamas. The trio spoke into the microphones set up on the table, recording their discussion on jealous friends and roommate drama for the next episode of their podcast “Actually Adultish.” Rice, a fourth-year psychology student, began listening to podcasts in August 2015. Read more...

Photo: UCLA students Janina Lamoglia, Christina Rice and Kailyn Glass (left to right) record their weekly podcast “Actually Adultish” from the couch of their apartment. (Shelby Scoggins/Daily Bruin)

UCLA students Janina Lamoglia, Christina Rice and Kailyn Glass (left to right) record their weekly podcast “Actually Adultish” from the couch of their apartment. (Shelby Scoggins/Daily Bruin)

Alumnus Stephen Kooshian brewed his first batch of craft beer in his apartment while he as a UCLA student in 2008. He turned his love of beer into a business and launched Pacific Plate Brewing Company in 2011. (Courtesy of Stephen Kooshian)

Alumnus brews up flavors infused with heritage, diversity

Stephen Kooshian brought the cool glass of beer to his lips while sitting in the noisy Manhattan Beach bar. The Sierra Nevada Pale Ale washed over his tastebuds, and Kooshian was shocked beer could taste so fresh. Read more...

Photo: Alumnus Stephen Kooshian brewed his first batch of craft beer in his apartment while he as a UCLA student in 2008. He turned his love of beer into a business and launched Pacific Plate Brewing Company in 2011. (Courtesy of Stephen Kooshian)

Alumnus Stephen Kooshian brewed his first batch of craft beer in his apartment while he as a UCLA student in 2008. He turned his love of beer into a business and launched Pacific Plate Brewing Company in 2011. (Courtesy of Stephen Kooshian)

Fourth-year English student Nolan Isozaki bought a Fuji Film X20 camera and began shooting street photography of random encounters with people. (Owen Emerson/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Photographer Nolan Isozaki inspired by the pretty and the gritty

Nolan Isozaki clung to the side of a mountain, watching stones dislodged by his backpack tumble down 14,000 feet to the ground. Freezing wind whipped around him as the sun’s light faded over the Rocky Mountains, muffling the warning shouts of his friends in the valley below. Read more...

Photo: Fourth-year English student Nolan Isozaki bought a Fuji Film X20 camera and began shooting street photography of random encounters with people. (Owen Emerson/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Fourth-year English student Nolan Isozaki bought a Fuji Film X20 camera and began shooting street photography of random encounters with people. (Owen Emerson/Daily Bruin senior staff)

In its 30th anniversary, JazzReggae Festival, put on by the Cultural Affairs Commission, will take place Monday in its original location, the Sunset Canyon Recreation Center. The event was downsized this year due to funding cuts. (Daily Bruin file photo)

JazzReggae Festival returns to its intimate roots for 30th anniversary

Malia Smith and her Uber driver exchanged the usual small talk as the car hurtled east along Sunset Boulevard, away from UCLA. But when her driver mentioned JazzReggae Festival, Smith, a third-year global studies student and the event’s director of marketing, froze at the coincidence. Read more...

Photo: In its 30th anniversary, JazzReggae Festival, put on by the Cultural Affairs Commission, will take place Monday in its original location, the Sunset Canyon Recreation Center. The event was downsized this year due to funding cuts. (Daily Bruin file photo)

In its 30th anniversary, JazzReggae Festival, put on by the Cultural Affairs Commission, will take place Monday in its original location, the Sunset Canyon Recreation Center. The event was downsized this year due to funding cuts. (Daily Bruin file photo)

Ishani Patel, a fifth-year classical civilizations student and co-director of Bruin Consent Coalition, is one of the hosts of "I Can, We Can: Self-Care Through Trauma." The event aims to help survivors of trauma and the rest of the community create physical reminders, called touchstones, of their own self-worth. Here, Patel holds her own touchstones. (Pinkie Su/Daily Bruin)

Bruin Consent Coalition aims to empower through self-care art

Ishani Patel reached into her backpack to dig for a pen at the beginning of her Classics 42: “Cinema and the Ancient World” course. Instead, her fingers clasped the smooth, glassy surface of the small stone she carried everywhere. Read more...

Photo: Ishani Patel, a fifth-year classical civilizations student and co-director of Bruin Consent Coalition, is one of the hosts of "I Can, We Can: Self-Care Through Trauma." The event aims to help survivors of trauma and the rest of the community create physical reminders, called touchstones, of their own self-worth. Here, Patel holds her own touchstones. (Pinkie Su/Daily Bruin)

Ishani Patel, a fifth-year classical civilizations student and co-director of Bruin Consent Coalition, is one of the hosts of "I Can, We Can: Self-Care Through Trauma." The event aims to help survivors of trauma and the rest of the community create physical reminders, called touchstones, of their own self-worth. Here, Patel holds her own touchstones. (Pinkie Su/Daily Bruin)

New genres graduate student Nikita Gale created her masters' thesis based off her experiences with cars, technology and human interaction. Gale, along with two other graduate students, will exhibit her work Thursday at the New Wight Gallery. (Jennifer Hu/Daily Bruin)

Graduate art student explores intersections of human, technology

Nikita Gale and her then-girlfriend’s voices rose in pitch and anticipation as they sat parked in front of a gas station in late spring 2015 weighing the pros and cons of abandoning weekend plans in Joshua Tree and driving to Vegas to get married. Read more...

Photo: New genres graduate student Nikita Gale created her masters' thesis based off her experiences with cars, technology and human interaction. Gale, along with two other graduate students, will exhibit her work Thursday at the New Wight Gallery. (Jennifer Hu/Daily Bruin)

New genres graduate student Nikita Gale created her masters' thesis based off her experiences with cars, technology and human interaction. Gale, along with two other graduate students, will exhibit her work Thursday at the New Wight Gallery. (Jennifer Hu/Daily Bruin)

The Los Angeles Times Festival of Books, hosted at the University of Southern California, brought readers and alumni together from both USC and UCLA. The Festival drew diverse crowds and promoted books Saturday and Sunday. (Kayla Hausmann/Daily Bruin)

Festival of Books drew alumni from UCLA, USC to promote books, speak

Festival goers strolled under umbrellas and ponchos, ducking into tents to flip through books and escape the drizzle. Authors, vendors and readers congregate for a weekend to celebrate the Los Angeles Times Festival of Books each April. Read more...

Photo: The Los Angeles Times Festival of Books, hosted at the University of Southern California, brought readers and alumni together from both USC and UCLA. The Festival drew diverse crowds and promoted books Saturday and Sunday. (Kayla Hausmann/Daily Bruin)

The Los Angeles Times Festival of Books, hosted at the University of Southern California, brought readers and alumni together from both USC and UCLA. The Festival drew diverse crowds and promoted books Saturday and Sunday. (Kayla Hausmann/Daily Bruin)