Music festivals have a hard time staying out of the headlines – from Beyonce’s Coachella cancellation to the gigantic dumpster fire that was Fyre Festival. While many students take a break to road trip out to Coachella Valley, it can be hard for others to escape the demands of spring quarter.
For students of an institution as acclaimed and competitive as UCLA, we sure spend a lot of time creating and sharing memes.
Since Nov. 22, the “UCLA Memes for Sick AF Tweens” group on Facebook – a group dedicated to spreading only the spiciest UCLA-related memes – has garnered astounding popularity.
On any given morning or afternoon during spring quarter, just around 6 a.m. or 7 p.m., you’ll be able to find hordes of graduating students – all dressed to the nines and sporting royal blue and gold sashes – scurrying around campus taking graduation photos near iconic spots while everything is washed in golden light.
Spring Sing is – understandably – one of UCLA’s greatest traditions. It showcases many of the things that Los Angeles is known and loved for: up and coming musicians, the spectacle of a Hollywood production and, of course, celebrity judges.
During the week preceding and including Undergraduate Students Association Council election week, Bruin Walk turns into a special sort of hell. A space generally consisting of pushy club members trying to recruit fresh faces or sell Krispy Kreme doughnuts and Porto’s pastries is replaced by a battlefield of party members seemingly fighting to the death to try to get you to vote for their candidate.
As I sat on the floor of my room in De Neve Holly on Monday night, I felt a tremble from the ground. There’s been a lot of construction happening since Holly flooded a couple of weeks ago, so I didn’t think too much of it.
For many people, tattoos, piercings and other forms of body art provide an artistic opportunity to express themselves as individuals. Tattoos have become more mainstream in recent years – nearly 40 percent of millennials have tattoos.
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