Sunday, December 15

Fashion Matters

Living in Los Angeles, the media sensory overload of conspicuously consuming celebrities can drive students into added debt for the hottest item on the rack of Fred Segal, or, on the other extreme, force penny-pinching students to become jaded and opt for the California uniform of comfortable denim and flip flops. Read more...





Contest honors creative collecting

The average college student has some sort of inexpensive trinket collection, be it souvenir shot glasses or postcards from friends traveling abroad. Though students swipe their credit cards for hundreds of dollars worth of books every quarter, they rarely (if ever) consider their piles of literature as a precious collection. Read more...


Sexy underpants

If director John Rando does his job, every member of the audience will leave the Geffen Playhouse performance of “The Underpants” feeling a little frisky. The Tony Award-winning director of “Urinetown” and UCLA School of Theater alumnus outlined his goals to the gifted comedic cast of “The Underpants” on day one. Read more...


Review: Corporate aspect discredits art work

While traditional museum exhibits display art on white walls in square-shaped rooms, the “Rewarding Lives” installation of Annie Leibovitz’s photographs presents art in spherical spaces to complement the two-dimensional photographs. Read more...



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