The JazzReggae Festival is making its musical comeback.
Held on Memorial Day every year since 1986 the 35th annual JazzReggae Festival will return to an in-person format after two years, said third-year sociology student and event co-director Briajah Payton.
This post was updated May 25 at 10:14 p.m.
Ethan Cortez is getting down to business with his debut collection.
As a newcomer to the Fashion and Student Trends at UCLA spring runway show, the first-year pre-business economics student said the core of his collection is the distortion of traditional corporate wear, infused with elements of streetwear.
This post was updated May 25 at 11:35 p.m.
Helen Nguyen is putting her crochet hooks to work.
The third-year biology student said she began her business, Hooked by Helen, to sell her crochet creations at in-person markets and on social media.
Michael & Mariah are joining forces to bring fervor and fashion back to the Spring Sing stage.
Fourth-year environmental science student Michael Palermo said he and his duo counterpart, fourth-year ecology, behavior and evolution student Mariah Hill, plan to sing their bluesy-laced tune “The Summer After” as a nod to graduating students.
New releases are brightening up the sonic landscape this spring.
Alongside the birds, musicians are raising their voices and putting forth their newest projects into the world.
Meili Zhang is bringing UCLA to the “For You” page.
The third-year business economics student said she began experimenting with posting short-form content on TikTok while in quarantine and has since garnered 100,000 followers on the platform while posting content regularly.
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