A postponed commencement ceremony hasn’t stopped graduating UCLA students from capturing senior year memories.
Alumna Rachel Forrest is conducting socially distant graduation photoshoots for students during the COVID-19 pandemic, she said.
Origami is a physical art form – figures are created out of folded and creased paper.
But in response to COVID-19, Bruin Origami For All has turned to a digital platform to support their physical art.
Attempting to spark a broken romance with a dysfunctional heart is a complicated affair for The Weeknd.
The Canadian musician dropped his fourth studio album “After Hours” on Friday, following the release of his extended play record “My Dear Melancholy,” in 2018.
Whether in a home or dormitory, Leilani Fu’Qua takes her makeup service to the clients themselves.
In eighth grade, one of Fu’Qua’s peers mocked her light eyebrow appearance, said the first-year political science and communication student.
The title of UCLA Delta Kappa Alpha’s short film is taken to heart through a bewitching spell.
Filmed in a Westwood apartment in January, “Love Hurts” follows roommates Will and Ben as they enchant a fraternity brother, Josh, using an ancient spell book, Dean Tsalickis, writer and fourth-year sociology student, said.
The distinction between fashion and fine art is blurred within the “SEQUENCE 1” artwork collection.
Alumnus Michael Ho, the artist behind the collection, said there is a recent global art world trend of interweaving the fashion and fine art fields.
The Herbie Hancock Institute of Jazz Performance at UCLA’s upcoming jam session allows audience members to play alongside the musicians.
Students in the performing band will host the event at bluewhale on Tuesday.
An attempt to create a Thanksgiving pageant without any Native American performers leads to chaos and commotion in “The Thanksgiving Play.”
The 90-minute production features four adult nonindigenous characters attempting to construct a pageant in honor of both the holiday and Native American Heritage Month for an elementary school.
This post was updated Nov. 8 at 4:26 p.m.
SEEN Dating has users swipe on matches – and read their conversations.
Much like other dating apps, the users of the newly released SEEN Dating app swipe to match, and can also message and video call, said founder Michael Montgomery.
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