Magie Le is making her way through senior year one stitch at a time.
The fourth-year international development studies student said she began a creative side project to prevent herself from stressing too much about life after graduation.
With a new season in full bloom, spring flowers and sunshine call for a new read to match. From long-awaited sequels to new releases from established authors, these upcoming novels are sure to be ones that Bruins won’t want to miss.
Sometimes the worst demons are the ones we create for ourselves.
Released March 2 by prolific horror writer Stephen King, “Later” is a coming-of-age story following Jamie Conklin, a spirited young boy who sees dead people.
Grab a book and bundle up, because baby it’s cold outside. With sequels to bestsellers, unofficial prequels and long-awaited novels, bookworms can look forward to releases from new and established writers alike.
Much like Lily James’ nameless heroine, “Rebecca” is clearly suffering from an identity crisis.
Director Ben Wheatley’s new romantic thriller, “Rebecca,” arrives Wednesday on Netflix and is the newest in a long string of adaptations for Daphne du Maurier’s titular novel.
At 20 years old, Holly Humberstone is emerging as a new voice in the indie music scene.
Humberstone is preparing to release her debut EP, “Falling Asleep at the Wheel,” on Aug.
Students across the University of California system are spreading hope through music.
In the early months of the COVID-19 pandemic, three UC students were inspired to create the organization Food For Hope in order to combat food insecurity.
Graduate film students await a return to set after the pandemic-derailed productions.
Film productions ground to a halt last quarter as stay-at-home orders went into effect, whether they were taking place locally or globally.
There is more to Yichi Zhang’s lollipops than meets the eye.
These colorful lollipops, which serve as the film’s most attention-grabbing prop, offer the audience a clue to the mystery that permeates the otherwise fantastical world of “Dream Lollipops.” Zhang’s new short film revolves around 15-year-old Su and her mother Yanying, who inadvertently becomes involved in the drug trade when she begins painting lollipops with drugged pigments, unknowingly delivering them to someone involved in the drug trade every day.
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