Thursday, December 12




Amal Dalmar, who was once a law student at University of California Hastings School of Law, is currently a freelance video producer at BuzzFeed. Dalmar is also running her own YouTube channel on the side. (Mia Kayser/Daily Bruin staff)

Los Angeles Unveiled: Law school graduate frames media content in social justice context

Hollywood has never been so accessible for Muslim creators. Los Angeles is the go-to spot for fostering creativity and making it big – and it’s also home to dozens of promising Muslim artists who’re breaking into the industry and redefining what it means to be Muslim. Read more...

Photo: Amal Dalmar, who was once a law student at University of California Hastings School of Law, is currently a freelance video producer at BuzzFeed. Dalmar is also running her own YouTube channel on the side. (Mia Kayser/Daily Bruin staff)

Amal Dalmar, who was once a law student at University of California Hastings School of Law, is currently a freelance video producer at BuzzFeed. Dalmar is also running her own YouTube channel on the side. (Mia Kayser/Daily Bruin staff)

Second-year mathematics and economics student Felipe Valdovinos III co-runs his Instagram-based clothing shop Vintage Inspired with his cousin. Valdovinos posts photos of items he thrifts – ranging from popular brands like Nike Inc. to “hypebeast” brands like Supreme – and customers can direct message him to purchase the clothes. (Alex Driscoll/Daily Bruin)

Student sells thrifted streetwear through Instagram store

Felipe Valdovinos III began thrifting well before Macklemore. The second-year mathematics/economics student first discovered thrifting as a middle schooler by exploring the shops in his hometown of Ontario, California. Read more...

Photo: Second-year mathematics and economics student Felipe Valdovinos III co-runs his Instagram-based clothing shop Vintage Inspired with his cousin. Valdovinos posts photos of items he thrifts – ranging from popular brands like Nike Inc. to “hypebeast” brands like Supreme – and customers can direct message him to purchase the clothes. (Alex Driscoll/Daily Bruin)

Second-year mathematics and economics student Felipe Valdovinos III co-runs his Instagram-based clothing shop Vintage Inspired with his cousin. Valdovinos posts photos of items he thrifts – ranging from popular brands like Nike Inc. to “hypebeast” brands like Supreme – and customers can direct message him to purchase the clothes. (Alex Driscoll/Daily Bruin)


First-year theater student Tobias Echeverria (left), second-year theater student Achintya Pandey (middle) and second-year theater student Violet Morris (right) play Grey, Blue and Red, respectively, in Joy Gong's newest production, "Everything Between Me and My Abstract Desires." Gong, a second-year theater student, said the staged reading explores the idea of emotions as both colors and people. (Courtesy of Fiona Liu)

Student play features abstract exploration of emotions through colorful characters

Joy Gong said her play doesn’t have a beginning, middle or end. “Everything Between Me and My Abstract Desires” debuted Sunday in Macgowan Hall as part of the Shakespeare Company at UCLA’s new works division. Read more...

Photo: First-year theater student Tobias Echeverria (left), second-year theater student Achintya Pandey (middle) and second-year theater student Violet Morris (right) play Grey, Blue and Red, respectively, in Joy Gong's newest production, "Everything Between Me and My Abstract Desires." Gong, a second-year theater student, said the staged reading explores the idea of emotions as both colors and people. (Courtesy of Fiona Liu)

First-year theater student Tobias Echeverria (left), second-year theater student Achintya Pandey (middle) and second-year theater student Violet Morris (right) play Grey, Blue and Red, respectively, in Joy Gong's newest production, "Everything Between Me and My Abstract Desires." Gong, a second-year theater student, said the staged reading explores the idea of emotions as both colors and people. (Courtesy of Fiona Liu)