Follow along as A&E columnist Andrew Warner prepares a vegan sweet potato curry using just a rice cooker. More »
Saturday, January 21
Collecting Creatives is a video series highlighting creative people and their work around campus.
Our next creative is an Israeli-American genderqueer gay male-bodied individual, or simply known as Timna. A fourth-year world arts and cultures/dance student with a minor in LGBT studies and a minor in visual and performing arts education, Timna discusses how their identity and artwork work to galvanize a discussion about gender politics, especially in the context of today’s political climate.
Going into its eighth year, the UCLA Swim Club shows how their team can be much more than just doing laps in the water. Watch the club co-presidents, fourth-year physics student Becky Nimera and fourth-year chemical engineering student Michael Lee, talk about their experiences in the club sport. More »
Chuck Sheetz, professor at the UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television, speaks about his experience as a TFT alumnus and how it led to him becoming an Emmy Award-winning animation director on “The Simpsons.” More »
“Holding positions in my sorority filters into being a good officer, and it is making me better at time managing and at balancing my life out,” says second-year psychobiology student Madison Haneke. More »
UCLA first-year theater student Melissa Navarro stars in our next “Collecting Creatives” video series, showcasing her passion and commitment to the art of acting. Recently, she held the leading role in the indie film “Whittier Boulevard” shown at HBO’s Outfest Fusion, a multicultural LGBT film festival. More »