BruinHope is a UCLA community service project that travels to Tijuana, Mexico twice a quarter to help children of the orphanage La Tribu de Jesus. Volunteers and community members share their experiences during one of the day-long charity trips to Tijuana.
Free Food, a hip-hop, soul, and retro funk fusion band will be performing at this year’s Spring Sing. Listen to how they feel about transitioning to adulthood in their original composition, “Circus Funk.”
Second-year voice student India Carney and her band perform “Drive,” a song about the questions that come after heartbreak. The India Carney Band will perform at Spring Sing.
Pulling out garbage bags of fresh bananas and cartons of unexpired eggs from a dumpster, students forage for food with friends. In particular, fourth-year political science student, Joanna Wheaton, spends her Friday nights dumpster diving to eliminate local food waste within her community.
Amelia Rudolph, founder and artistic director of BANDALOOP, performs “Man Walking Down the Side of a Building,” a piece originally by Trisha Brown. Rudolph explains the challenges of utilizing balance and modern technology to create the illusion of walking vertically.
Jumping on brightly lit quadrants, students participate on the first ever human powered dance floor at Dance Marathon. UCLA’s Ecology, Economy, Equity club teamed up with the Pediatric AIDS Coalition to bring the event the kinetic dance floor.
Anchored in the waters of Marina Del Rey, the boat “Angela” serves as a home for former UCLA professor Thomas Lee. Dreaming about living in the Pacific Ocean since the 8th grade, Lee discusses his lifestyle and passion for living on sea.
Faith shapes the lives of many students on UCLA’s campus. From Muslim to Hindu to Atheist, students of different religious backgrounds express how their form of spirituality helps guide their daily lives.
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