Deceased migrant women are more than just dots on a map.
In collaboration with a team of graduate students, Spanish and Portuguese professor Maite Zubiaurre, who also creates art under the name Filomena Cruz, is using multimedia art installations to raise awareness of migrant women’s deaths in the Sonoran Desert.
This post was updated Aug. 22 at 6:56 p.m.
Aroma Jewelry’s products are mementos for life.
Inspired by a lifelong love for jewelry and crafts, third-year human biology and society student Lesley Avila Rojas launched Aroma Jewelry in March.
Cheyenne Cobb became a foster youth right before her senior year of high school. Placed in the care of her older sister following their mother’s death, the UCLA alumnus said she was not immediately aware the label “foster youth” was part of her identity.
This post was updated Aug. 1 at 5:43 p.m.
An unapologetic podcast is putting the pressure on listeners while ensuring Black women feel heard.
Created and hosted by alumni Nia McClinton and Jana Lang, “Foot On Yo’ Neck” is a podcast aiming to form a community for Black women to freely discuss their thoughts and bond with each other.
This post was updated July 5 at 7:50 p.m.
A longtime enthusiast and preservationist of classic cinema is stepping down from his post.
Scott MacQueen, head of preservation for the UCLA Film & Television Archive, is retiring Tuesday.
One theater student used his love for storytelling to create live entertainment in a COVID-19-safe setting.
Held in one of UCLA’s parking structures on Saturday nights, “Experiments in Drive-in Storytelling” is fourth-year theater student Frank Demma’s senior thesis project.
A new video platform is bringing the Hammer Museum’s public programs straight to museumgoers – wherever they may be.
Launched May 5, Hammer Channel is the museum’s new streaming website, consolidating recordings of new and old programs in one place.
Inspiration can strike at any moment.
Ulani Mafate, a fourth-year English student, and Kenedea Lee, a fourth-year ethnomusicology student, will be premiering their duet “Strangest Dream” at this year’s Spring Sing.
Classic films can have the most timely histories.
The UCLA Film & Television Archive and the Latin American Cinemateca of Los Angeles partnered to present a free screening of the 1939 film “Verbena Trágica” on Thursday.
This post was updated April 25 6:12 p.m.
It’s never too late to reread an old classic.
The Hammer Museum’s new program series, “Revisiting Ralph Ellison’s ‘Invisible Man,’” begins Tuesday and runs every Tuesday until May 18.
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