I love to come up with analogies about the death of print media.
This is my last food column to appear in the Daily Bruin, so I decided to try something a bit unusual.
For those of us no longer living in the dorms, making an omelet seems like an impossible feat of culinary agility and grace.
You can rarely stuff one kind of food into another kind of food and have it be healthy.
Cinco de Mayo, is this week, and if you’re anything like me you’re probably throwing a party ““ or at least your roommates are subjecting you to one.
In a previous column, I wrote that in order to make excellent risotto, you have to stand over it, stirring continuously for 45 minutes. I also wrote that you have to add at least a stick of butter.
This week, I explored using one of the French mother sauces in a simple seafood pasta dish.
If you read this column last year, you might remember I used a bechamel cheese sauce in a baked macaroni dish.
The Covel Composition and ESL tutoring lab will be temporarily suspended beginning this summer, and through at least the next academic year, because of budget concerns.
This is going to be a watershed year for the Daily Bruin. We’re working on quite a bit, and you’re about to notice a few changes.
A professor is alleging that UCLA illegally takes race into account when admitting black students and is accusing the university of hiding data in a cover-up.
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