I have always firmly believed that everything happens for a reason.
Fresh out of a relationship, and hoping to prove something to myself, I joined the Daily Bruin on a whim my second year at UCLA.
Women and people of color continue to be left out of Hollywood, but the 2019 Hollywood Diversity Report details the proportional representation that is slowly and steadily underway.
Now one of the most popular forms of entertainment, streaming has found ways to entertain and connect students within the UCLA community. Explore how UCLA’s streaming culture informs students’ experiences and represents the future of entertainment.
The Milk Bar LA flagship garnered a line of curious customers that stretched far beyond its pastel pink storefront.
The creamy confectionery establishment, which hails from New York City, boasts saccharine specialties including soft serve, truffles and slices of its so-called Crack Pie.
The city of Los Angeles has never seen a festival with so matcha green.
The Japanese powder produced by grinding green tea leaves was the centerpiece of a vibrantly verdant two-day festival in Miracle Mile.
Loved ones and high school teachers told Leslie Young that pursuing art was unrealistic and financially straining. Nearly 100 tattoo clients later, Young has made her passion for the permanent art into a lucrative career.
Tessa Dalke was excited to learn about her selection for “So You Think You Can Dance” while doing schoolwork in The Study at Hedrick.
Dalke, a rising second-year psychobiology student, appeared on the show’s 15th season in the hopes of becoming America’s Favorite Dancer.
Gloria Estefan’s latest musical venture possessed colorful Latin flare that radiated beyond the proscenium stage.
The ’90s Latin pop singer’s hit songs like “Turn the Beat Around” made their way to Pantages Theatre’s stage during Tuesday evening’s red carpet premiere.
Pianist Faina Lushtak began her career in music as a child prodigy in the Soviet Union.
Since then, Lushtak has composed numerous original works for various instruments including saxophone and violin.
searching for more articles...
Tutor/Homework helper for a 9th and 11th grader in all subjects, especially Algebra and Chemistry in Brentwood. Flexible hours, ideally 4-7 pm Mon.-Thurs. Contact: [email protected]
MEDICAL RECORDS/OFFICE CLERK WANTED for Encino Neuropsychology group practice. 8-10 hrs/wk, schedule is flexible – will work around your class schedule. Will train but one year commitment required. $18/hour. Great experience for psychology, neuroscience, pre-med or health science majors but all welcome to apply. Please send resume to [email protected] icloud.com