Friday, November 16

Bumsan Organic Milk Bar in Koreatown serves up ice cream of five organic flavors: true milk, matcha, chocolate, taro milk tea and pomeberry – a mix of pomegranate and cranberry. The ice creams are often served on premade cones that can be coated with toppings like sprinkles or cereal. (Kristie-Valerie Hoang/Daily Bruin senior staff)
Bumsan Organic Milk Bar in Koreatown serves up ice cream of five organic flavors: true milk, matcha, chocolate, taro milk tea and pomeberry – a mix of pomegranate and cranberry. The ice creams are often served on premade cones that can be coated with toppings like sprinkles or cereal. (Kristie-Valerie Hoang/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Beth Lapides is the host and creator of UnCabaret, a comedy live show that is performed  every Sunday at the Theatre at Ace Hotel. Lapides said they will celebrate their 25th anniversary Sunday, with storylines and stream-of-consciousness comedy techniques instead of standard punchlines. 
(Courtesy of Stephen Blaha)
Beth Lapides is the host and creator of UnCabaret, a comedy live show that is performed  every Sunday at the Theatre at Ace Hotel. Lapides said they will celebrate their 25th anniversary Sunday, with storylines and stream-of-consciousness comedy techniques instead of standard punchlines. 
(Courtesy of Stephen Blaha)

Biochemistry professor Hung Pham created UNLOCKED, an escape room based in Irvine, with four friends. The escape room delves into fantastical realms of magic while encouraging participants to utilize logical reasoning, he said. (Emily Ng/Daily Bruin)
Biochemistry professor Hung Pham created UNLOCKED, an escape room based in Irvine, with four friends. The escape room delves into fantastical realms of magic while encouraging participants to utilize logical reasoning, he said. (Emily Ng/Daily Bruin)

Hannah Sullivan, a second-year global studies student, founded TAKE OUT Clothing, her apparel line through which she sells remade thrifted items. Sullivan said she was trying to create an in-style sustainable brand that sells affordable pieces. (Hannah Burnett/Daily Bruin senior staff)
Hannah Sullivan, a second-year global studies student, founded TAKE OUT Clothing, her apparel line through which she sells remade thrifted items. Sullivan said she was trying to create an in-style sustainable brand that sells affordable pieces. (Hannah Burnett/Daily Bruin senior staff)

The Silk Barista Collection at the Los Angeles Coffee Festival presented slightly carbonated mocha cold brew samples. The festival took place at the Magic Box at the Reef in downtown Los Angeles, and hosted more than 60 coffee-related vendors and businesses. There was something for every coffee lover at the festival, said Jeffrey Young, the chairman of the company behind various coffee festivals around the world. (Tanmay Shankar/Daily Bruin)
The Silk Barista Collection at the Los Angeles Coffee Festival presented slightly carbonated mocha cold brew samples. The festival took place at the Magic Box at the Reef in downtown Los Angeles, and hosted more than 60 coffee-related vendors and businesses. There was something for every coffee lover at the festival, said Jeffrey Young, the chairman of the company behind various coffee festivals around the world. (Tanmay Shankar/Daily Bruin)

The Dolly Llama is a Koreatown waffle joint that allows patrons to choose from one of three different types of waffles, then complete their dessert with ice creams, drizzles and toppings. One premixed combination includes a cone-shaped waffle with blue Cookie Monster ice cream, Nutella, strawberries and a toasted marshmallow. (Jordan Stewart/Daily Bruin senior staff)
The Dolly Llama is a Koreatown waffle joint that allows patrons to choose from one of three different types of waffles, then complete their dessert with ice creams, drizzles and toppings. One premixed combination includes a cone-shaped waffle with blue Cookie Monster ice cream, Nutella, strawberries and a toasted marshmallow. (Jordan Stewart/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Alumna Zinnia Moreno often centers her photography around social justice. For the “1 in 3” campaign project, Moreno paired with a woman who had an abortion, and took four black-and-white photos meant to reflect her emotional journey through the experience. 
(Courtesy of Jaylen Newman)
Alumna Zinnia Moreno often centers her photography around social justice. For the “1 in 3” campaign project, Moreno paired with a woman who had an abortion, and took four black-and-white photos meant to reflect her emotional journey through the experience. 
(Courtesy of Jaylen Newman)


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