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Hanoolim means “unity.” The Korean Culture Festival united the Korean community on Friday in Bruin Plaza. The Hanoolim Korean Cultural Awareness Group is about “gaining cultural awareness throughout the UCLA community,” said Angela Tam, a fourth-year Asian studies student. More »

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Chinese Students and Scholars Association holds dating show ‘If You Were the One’ "Chinese Students and Scholars Association holds dating show ‘If You Were the One’"

Despite representing more than 10 percent of the student population at UCLA, international students say they can face difficulties dating on campus, emphasizing problems from language barriers to cultural differences. More »

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UCLA Bruin Marching Band to rally school spirit in rivalry game "UCLA Marching Band" from Daily Bruin Radio by Dariane Nabor. Released: 2014. "UCLA Bruin Marching Band to rally school spirit in rivalry game"

As students and fans get ready for the rivalry football game between UCLA and USC this weekend, the UCLA Bruin Marching Band is working hard to build city-wide enthusiasm for the big showdown. More »

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Paws, Play, Rewind – Episode 19 "full Mixdown 1". Released: 2014. "Paws, Play, Rewind – Episode 19"

Daily Bruin’s very own Arts & Entertainment podcast, Paws, Play, Rewind! returns for episode 19 with the latest and greatest in pop culture and campus happenings.This week, radio director Stephen Phan is joined by A&E editor Brendan Hornbostel and sports editor Aubrey Yeo on Pokemon, Spotify and vinyl.Going far past elementary, radio senior staffer Christyana Cabal and Kristi Brown, of the Colburn School of Performing Arts, explore why Sherlock Holmes plays the violin and the many connections between contemporary cultural violence and classical music in literature.    More »

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