Sunday, April 22


Sophie Matthews, a fourth-year psychology student, and Angaea Cuna, a fourth-year design media arts student run the The Well Being podcast about student wellness on campus along with and Bethanie Atinuke Sonola, a third-year psychology student.  (Daniel Leibowitz/Daily Bruin staff)

Bruin-led podcast centers on student wellness, promotes self-care

Sophie Matthews said the idea for “The Well Being Podcast” started when a FITWELL staff member overheard her and a friend talking about self-compassion at the gym. Read more...

Photo: Sophie Matthews, a fourth-year psychology student, and Angaea Cuna, a fourth-year design media arts student run the The Well Being podcast about student wellness on campus along with and Bethanie Atinuke Sonola, a third-year psychology student. (Daniel Leibowitz/Daily Bruin staff)

Sophie Matthews, a fourth-year psychology student, and Angaea Cuna, a fourth-year design media arts student run the The Well Being podcast about student wellness on campus along with and Bethanie Atinuke Sonola, a third-year psychology student.  (Daniel Leibowitz/Daily Bruin staff)

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Video: College Night at the Getty Center

This year’s College Night at the Getty Center celebrated Los Angeles as a City of Artists for its leadership in creative diversity. Students and other visitors at Monday’s event were invited to explore exhibits produced by artists from the local community. Read more...

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In the two hour long workshops, Ribisi gives attendees as much time as they need to write, and then allows them to share if they wish. She gives some guidance on how to structure poetry, a powerful format for expressing difficult emotions, she said. (Isra Ameen/Daily Bruin)

Poetry workshop helps sexual assault survivors work through emotions

Lucia Santina Ribisi hand-sewed 20 poetry notebooks for attendees of her first poetry writing workshop to write in. The first-year art student gave away the books at her poetry writing workshop for survivors of sexual assault.  Read more...

Photo: In the two hour long workshops, Ribisi gives attendees as much time as they need to write, and then allows them to share if they wish. She gives some guidance on how to structure poetry, a powerful format for expressing difficult emotions, she said. (Isra Ameen/Daily Bruin)

In the two hour long workshops, Ribisi gives attendees as much time as they need to write, and then allows them to share if they wish. She gives some guidance on how to structure poetry, a powerful format for expressing difficult emotions, she said. (Isra Ameen/Daily Bruin)

Environmental film festival work discusses parrots in LA urban landscape

Citizens of Pasadena, California, may be familiar with the parrots constantly squawking in and around the city, but few know about their native Mexican origins. The red-crowned parrots, first brought to Los Angeles through the exotic pet trade in the 1970s and 1980s, are the primary focus of “Urban Ark Los Angeles,” one of two environmental documentary shorts produced by the Laboratory for Environmental Narrative Strategies at the Institute of the Environment and Sustainability. Read more...


General admission tickets for students to attends this year's Spring Sing will cost a quarter of last year's ticket prices. The cut in price is a part of SAA's efforts to make Spring Sing a more inclusive and accessible experience for all students. (Daily Bruin file photo)

Spring Sing general admission ticket prices lowered for students

Students will be able to purchase Spring Sing general admission tickets for a quarter of the previous price starting Thursday morning. This year, general admission tickets will cost $5 for students – a $15 price drop from last year’s ticket prices. Read more...

Photo: General admission tickets for students to attends this year's Spring Sing will cost a quarter of last year's ticket prices. The cut in price is a part of SAA's efforts to make Spring Sing a more inclusive and accessible experience for all students. (Daily Bruin file photo)

General admission tickets for students to attends this year's Spring Sing will cost a quarter of last year's ticket prices. The cut in price is a part of SAA's efforts to make Spring Sing a more inclusive and accessible experience for all students. (Daily Bruin file photo)