Saturday, November 16

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)

Restaurant review: Bake Cheese Tart spreads unique, cheesy happiness across ocean

Bake Cheese Tart is a cult favorite in Hokkaido, Japan. And California is the first state that’s had a taste. On Friday, Bake opened its second store in the United States at the Westfield Century City mall. Read more...

Photo: 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)

Second years Alden Kramer and Presley Campbell founded an affordable and sustainable clothing brand CAMPBELL&KRAMER in May. Some of their collections feature game-day gear from thrift stores that they use to turn into a revamped, vintage look. (Lauren Man/Daily Bruin)

Students thrift to create sustainable, affordable fashion line inspired by UCLA

Alden Kramer and Presley Campbell filled the empty space in their Rieber dorm room with sewing machines. Having met as roommates, the two second-years spent much of their free time visiting local thrift shops. Read more...

Photo: Second years Alden Kramer and Presley Campbell founded an affordable and sustainable clothing brand CAMPBELL&KRAMER in May. Some of their collections feature game-day gear from thrift stores that they use to turn into a revamped, vintage look. (Lauren Man/Daily Bruin)

Second years Alden Kramer and Presley Campbell founded an affordable and sustainable clothing brand CAMPBELL&KRAMER in May. Some of their collections feature game-day gear from thrift stores that they use to turn into a revamped, vintage look. (Lauren Man/Daily Bruin)

Benjamin Moser covers the life of writer and activist Susan Sontag in his biography, “Sontag: Her Life and Work.” Moser said the book focuses mainly on Sontag’s life and views on 20th-century issues. (Courtesy of Benjamin Moser)

New biography delves into private life of American literary icon Susan Sontag

Susan Sontag took on writing and activism in the 20th century and continues her legacy through the archives at UCLA. An archive of Sontag’s work and belongings is housed in the Charles E. Read more...

Photo: Benjamin Moser covers the life of writer and activist Susan Sontag in his biography, “Sontag: Her Life and Work.” Moser said the book focuses mainly on Sontag’s life and views on 20th-century issues. (Courtesy of Benjamin Moser)

Benjamin Moser covers the life of writer and activist Susan Sontag in his biography, “Sontag: Her Life and Work.” Moser said the book focuses mainly on Sontag’s life and views on 20th-century issues. (Courtesy of Benjamin Moser)

Danny Gonzalez and Drew Gooden, with almost five million subscribers between them, are on tour with fellow creator Kurtis Conner. In the show, titled the "We Are Two Different People Tour," Gonzalez and Gooden move away from the brevity of Vine to a more observational and analytical humor. (Courtesy of Danny Gonzalez and Drew Gooden)

Popular Viners-turned-YouTubers adapt content across platforms for stage show

Danny Gonzalez and Drew Gooden collaborated to read a romantic fan fiction about themselves for their collective audience. With almost four million views on that video alone, Gonzalez and Gooden have solidified their presences on YouTube. Read more...

Photo: Danny Gonzalez and Drew Gooden, with almost five million subscribers between them, are on tour with fellow creator Kurtis Conner. In the show, titled the "We Are Two Different People Tour," Gonzalez and Gooden move away from the brevity of Vine to a more observational and analytical humor. (Courtesy of Danny Gonzalez and Drew Gooden)

Danny Gonzalez and Drew Gooden, with almost five million subscribers between them, are on tour with fellow creator Kurtis Conner. In the show, titled the "We Are Two Different People Tour," Gonzalez and Gooden move away from the brevity of Vine to a more observational and analytical humor. (Courtesy of Danny Gonzalez and Drew Gooden)


Fourth-year English student Donna Ghassemi (right) wanted to create a space for Persian artists and writers to celebrate their heritage, so she helped create "Dooneh." The zine incorporates works from people around the world, such as those of second-year physiological science student Arta Kasaeian (left), who submitted her art for the July edition of the zine. (Ashley Kenney/Daily Bruin)

Student collaborates with artists internationally to create Persian-based zine

When Donna Ghassemi wanted to create a Persian-based zine, she didn’t limit herself to Los Angeles – she asked people around the world. What began as asking childhood friends for help has spanned into asking Persian creators all over to contribute to “Dooneh,” a recently created zine for Persian writers and artists in which they can present their work. Read more...

Photo: Fourth-year English student Donna Ghassemi (right) wanted to create a space for Persian artists and writers to celebrate their heritage, so she helped create "Dooneh." The zine incorporates works from people around the world, such as those of second-year physiological science student Arta Kasaeian (left), who submitted her art for the July edition of the zine. (Ashley Kenney/Daily Bruin)

Fourth-year English student Donna Ghassemi (right) wanted to create a space for Persian artists and writers to celebrate their heritage, so she helped create "Dooneh." The zine incorporates works from people around the world, such as those of second-year physiological science student Arta Kasaeian (left), who submitted her art for the July edition of the zine. (Ashley Kenney/Daily Bruin)

Mary Leipziger's newest exhibit, "India through a Jewish Lens," opened Thursday at Hillel at UCLA. It depicts Leipziger's travels to India, including to Delhi, Mumbai and Jaipur.(Tanmay Shankar/Assistant Photo editor)

Photographer captures scenes in India through a unique Jewish lens

This post was updated Sept. 29 at 3:13 p.m.  Mary Leipziger photographed an old man sitting in front of a white cow, finding in it a sense of mysticism. Read more...

Photo: Mary Leipziger's newest exhibit, "India through a Jewish Lens," opened Thursday at Hillel at UCLA. It depicts Leipziger's travels to India, including to Delhi, Mumbai and Jaipur.(Tanmay Shankar/Assistant Photo editor)

Mary Leipziger's newest exhibit, "India through a Jewish Lens," opened Thursday at Hillel at UCLA. It depicts Leipziger's travels to India, including to Delhi, Mumbai and Jaipur.(Tanmay Shankar/Assistant Photo editor)


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