I am searching for the place where these past four years have disappeared to.
As I stare at my commencement tickets, I’m speechless, unable to articulate the scale and depth of how much these past four whirlwind years mean to me.
Marathoners were still bursting with exuberance in their 16th hour of dancing at 2:30 a.m. The lively beats and lyrics of Drake’s “Hotline Bling,” Taylor Swift’s “Blank Space” and Meghan Trainor’s “All About that Bass” filled Pauley Pavilion, channeling some much-needed energy to the crowd.
Finding a delicious restaurant in Los Angeles can be difficult among the city’s thousands of dining options. To help readers narrow down their search, the Daily Bruin will review restaurants located along main streets near UCLA each week.
In the midst of the Southern California storm season, students continued their quest to stay warm– no outfit was complete without a long-sleeved top. Bruins donned hues of blue and black with accents of color and wore pieces with sentimental meanings.
The small Spanish town of Teruel turns into a 13th-century medieval city every February. For three days, its people wear medieval clothes and celebrate two lovers for a festival called Las Bodas de Isabel de Segura.
Comedy trio The Lonely Island is stretching their popular music videos into an upcoming full-length film “Popstar: Never Stop Never Stopping.” The film, set to premiere June 3, depicts the life of Conner4Real, an egotistical pop star finding a way to climb back into the spotlight after his last album flopped.
Lemonade? Powerpuff Girls? A third nice thing? What more could you possibly want from a podcast? Find out what our A&E editors and special guest hater Nina Crosby are up to in this week’s episode of our arts and entertainment podcast.
Three UCLA musicians clutched their string instruments and bows. In the Mojave tent, a few improvised notes echoed from their instruments during the sound check.
The notes sounded different than the electronic and alternative sounds that pervaded the Coachella stages.
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