History holds the answers to our current and future problems. In order to prevent the harrowing parts from repeating, we must learn about them and actively enact change.
Quarantine has done little to stifle the UCLA art community’s creativity.
The switch to online classes in response to COVID-19 has left a major impact on art students who rely heavily on visual learning to complete their classes, said Yogan Muller, a visiting design media arts lecturer.
Madison Elder said her book examines the puppeteers of the judicial system.
The second-year German and history student wrote “Beside the Nine: The Supreme Court through the Eyes of its Law Clerks” and published it Dec.
Scout took a page out of the sibling duo playbook to release its first single “Electric Currents.”
In keeping with family ties, the pair – Fiona Perry, a fourth-year history student and her younger brother Dylan Perry – combines their versatile music backgrounds to create an alternative, indie sound.
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