(Eldrin Masangkay/Bruin senior staff)

“It’s really nice to have a voice and tell someone what you’ve been through because in foster care no one really sits down with you and asks you how you feel,” said high school foster care student Tiffany Emerson, who is currently spending her third year in the First Star UCLA Bruin Guardians Scholars Summer Academy. More »

(Courtesy of Alex Wolfson)

Looking for lunch, but too poor to score? Nonsense! Mojo Editor Stephanie Orpilla and A&E Assistant Editor Natalie Green critique the various meals in Westwood that anyone can get under $5. More »

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Professor Vahe Peroomian teaches students physics and astronomy, and, in his spare time, has taught himself landscape photography skills. Peroomian takes a slightly different approach when it comes to taking photos by practicing infrared photography, which utilizes more of the spectrum of light than our eyes can see. More »

(Noor Gill)

Twisting, twirling and gliding across a multicolored stage, the Sunland Dancers perform “Friend” in the courtyard of the Hammer Museum. “This is a new piece; we’ve done versions of it, but really this version is made for this stage – with this bamboo, with these people – and it’s never going to happen like this again,” said artist Jmy James Kidd. More »

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