Monday, March 27





Blue Apron is a food delivery service that home-delivers recipe cards and premeasured fresh ingredients. (Creative Commons photo by Guillermo Fernandes via flickr)

The Quad: Blue Apron eliminates grocery-shopping step in cooking homemade meal

When you first move out of the dorms and into an off-campus apartment, that thrilling sense of true freedom can be a bit overwhelming. While living in the dorms allows for a somewhat autonomous experience, with a meal plan and resident assistant supervision, it’s more like a stepping stone on your way to real independence. Read more...

Photo: Blue Apron is a food delivery service that home-delivers recipe cards and premeasured fresh ingredients. (Creative Commons photo by Guillermo Fernandes via flickr)

Blue Apron is a food delivery service that home-delivers recipe cards and premeasured fresh ingredients. (Creative Commons photo by Guillermo Fernandes via flickr)


Beyoncé’s music and performances go beyond entertainment into the realm of generating wider dialogues. (Creative Commons photo by Rocbeyonce via Wikimedia Commons)

The Quad: Why Beyoncé should be added to the UCLA curriculum

When we talk about the queen of pop culture, no woman better fits the bill than Beyoncé. Her influence in America is unparalleled – people pay hundreds to see her in concert, they call her Queen Bey as she is basically American royalty and her unborn twins are being compared to Luke and Leia from Star Wars, cast as a new hope in the age of Donald Trump. Read more...

Photo: Beyoncé’s music and performances go beyond entertainment into the realm of generating wider dialogues. (Creative Commons photo by Rocbeyonce via Wikimedia Commons)

Beyoncé’s music and performances go beyond entertainment into the realm of generating wider dialogues. (Creative Commons photo by Rocbeyonce via Wikimedia Commons)


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