Students sang and danced at the Afrikan Diaspora Living Learning Community’s annual Black Extravaganza on Wednesday.
The event, which took place in the Covel Commons Grand Horizon room, featured spoken word poetry, rap, singing and dancing, according to the event’s website.
Stan Berman, the owner of former popular Westwood donut shop Stan’s Donuts, died Feb. 6. He was 94 years old.
Located at the intersection of Weyburn and Broxton Avenues from December 1963 until April 2020, the shop was a staple of the Westwood community and often hosted students and celebrities alike.
This post was updated Feb. 16 at 3:25 p.m.
Luis Jimenez, a Chicana and Chicano studies and sociology student, activist and McNair Research Scholar, died Dec.
This post was updated Feb. 8 at 10:44 p.m.
Students for Justice in Palestine and the UC Divest Coalition at UCLA held a rally Thursday calling on the university to divest from companies associated with Israel.
This post was updated Feb. 4 at 11:36 p.m.
Students and community members protested President Joe Biden’s visit to Westwood on Saturday.
Although no detailed official schedule was released for the president’s visit, Deadline reported that Biden arrived in Los Angeles on Saturday afternoon to attend a meeting for his 2024 presidential campaign and greet Black leaders in the entertainment industry ahead of the Grammy Awards.
This post was updated Jan. 23 at 7:27 p.m.
There’s nobody the Suchecki twins would rather be Royal Fools with than each other.
The Fools’ musical journey began in their freshman year of high school when they decided to start writing music together, August Suchecki said.
This post was updated Jan. 16 at 12:41 p.m.
Documents received by the Daily Bruin revealed the details behind the planning of a recent rally hosted by Bruins for Israel.
Students for Justice in Palestine at UCLA expressed discontent regarding recent difficulties communicating with administration officials and planning events.
Mohammad, a spokesperson for SJP at UCLA who has been granted partial anonymity for safety reasons, said he does not feel that his organization has been treated fairly by UCLA’s Student Organizations, Leadership and Engagement office.
This post was updated Jan. 15 at 7:48 p.m.
For a Hollywood bathed in privilege, it’s far too easy to romanticize the glamour of history.
Recent years have brought about a wave of historical dramas depicting clashes between aristocratic convention and revolutionary upheaval, with Sir Ridley Scott’s 2023 biopic “Napoleon” and Netflix’s Emmy-nominated historical series “The Crown” serving as just two recent examples.
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