Carly Cody: Grateful for, humbled by place

Damn, we are some lucky people. There was a brief moment this quarter when I was walking from the Franklin D. Murphy Sculpture Garden toward Kerckhoff Hall and everything got quiet and the sunlight was slanted a particular way and the breeze and, I don’t know, but the combination of everything seemed perfect. Read more...



Bill Nipper, 65, is in the middle of his second stint as a UCLA undergraduate student, 40 years after he first attended classes in the 1970s. This time around, he plans to take full advantage of the university’s resources.

UCLA returning student has new appreciation for education

Bill Nipper was asked to leave UCLA as a student, had a stint in the military, raised a son and spent decades working various jobs before he really began to take his education seriously. Read more...

Photo: Bill Nipper, 65, is in the middle of his second stint as a UCLA undergraduate student, 40 years after he first attended classes in the 1970s. This time around, he plans to take full advantage of the university’s resources.

Bill Nipper, 65, is in the middle of his second stint as a UCLA undergraduate student, 40 years after he first attended classes in the 1970s. This time around, he plans to take full advantage of the university’s resources.


Alexa Smahl: Smahl office has big impact

Every dank, windowless office can use a little laughter to lighten the mood, and there are few things I enjoy more than making people laugh. Being part of the Daily Bruin helped me realize that. Read more...


Dallas King’s feature film project “Hozon” is the first-ever feature-length film to be approved by the UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television as a thesis project. Before this year, there was a strict time limitation for student films.

Students breaks limits with feature-length film ‘Hozon’

Dallas King’s home office overflows with cinema. Read more...

Photo: Dallas King’s feature film project “Hozon” is the first-ever feature-length film to be approved by the UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television as a thesis project. Before this year, there was a strict time limitation for student films.

Dallas King’s feature film project “Hozon” is the first-ever feature-length film to be approved by the UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television as a thesis project. Before this year, there was a strict time limitation for student films.



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