Wednesday, June 20


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Video: Professor Willy Souly on West African dance

UCLA dance professor Willy Souly shared how his experience and involvement with West African dance has shaped his life. From a young age, Souly participated in this type of dance as a cultural tradition in Africa and has since sought to spread the tradition to Southern California. Read more...

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Spoken word poet: Tamia Romo

Tamia Romo, a second-year political science student, composes and performs spoken word poetry. Romo shares a piece titled “Alchemy,” which was inspired by a conversation she had with her mother. Read more...

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prime: Hamasaku

Hamasaku, a Japanese restaurant tucked away in a shopping mall near Wilshire Boulevard, serves small plates and fresh rolls daily. According to executive chef Yoya Takahashi, the restaurant offers both an omakase and standard menu of sushi, rolls and bowls. Read more...

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Dance Break: Hui O ‘Imiloa

Hui O ‘lmiloa at UCLA seeks to share Hawaiian culture with the community through dance. Zilla Wentworth, the president of Hui O ‘Imiloa, teaches a tutorial for a dance for the song “Waiahole E,” which is about partners appreciating the land and each other as they live together. Read more...

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