Elyn Saks felt suffocated, trapped in a room filled with doctors. She lay restrained with leather bounds, her hands and feet tied, she said.
It was her first year at Yale Law School; she was diagnosed with paranoid schizophrenia, a psychosis defined by paranoid delusions, hallucinations, dysfunctional ways of thinking and agitated body movements, according to the National Institute of Mental Health.
In the small magical town of Henrietta, Virginia, a girl named Blue Sargent befriends four boys: a rebel, a prince, a shadow and a ghost.
The four boys were known as the Raven Boys from the nearby private academy Blue swore to never step foot on, but throughout the course of Maggie Stiefvater’s “The Raven Cycle” series, Blue falls in love with them.
Peter Sellars traveled halfway across the globe to see the dusty caverns of the Mogao Grottoes near Dunhuang, China.
“It was so overwhelming. The caves are so amazing in the history of arts, and yet a cool thing about them, they’re also amazing in the history of Buddhism,” Sellars said.
Through a tale of love, friendship and self-realization, Veronica Rossi ventures into the world of urban fantasy with “Riders.” It is the first book of her newest series, and follows the story of 18-year-old Gideon Blake as he is confined by the U.S.
Your favorite arts and entertainment podcast “That’s a Wrap!” is back for its last episode of the quarter!
Emily McCormick and Carol Yao interview Los Angeles-based musician Alec Benjamin, who has been promoting his music in and around UCLA.
On this week’s episode of “That’s a Wrap!”, hosts Emily McCormick and Carol Yao talk about the upcoming Design|Media Arts exhibitions.
Then, we already know the best movies of the year, but what about the worst?
Ten-year-old Alice Jung didn’t know how to speak Korean when she and her family moved from Tucson, Arizona to Seoul, South Korea so she sketched. She drew bluebirds to prove to her classmates that birds other than pigeons existed in America.
This week on That’s a Wrap, the writers find out about the V-Day movement to end violence against women and Bruin Connections, a dating app designed especially for UCLA students.
The Super Bowl was on the country’s mind last weekend, and the A&E staff is no exception. Panthers, Broncos… We’ll leave the game analysis to Sports and instead dissect the game’s entertainment value, including Beyonce’s halftime show.
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