UCLA class of 2012 alumna Jessi Malay has taken her passion for singing and dancing and turned it into a career. Utilizing the skills she has learned during her four years at UCLA, she has added entrepreneur to her repertoire.
Artists were invited to UCLA’s 27th annual Jazz Reggae Festival to create their pieces live, in front of festival attendees. Some of their work included sustainable aluminum can art and watercolor painting.
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.
During the Immigration Awareness Week rally hosted by Improving Dreams, Equality, Access, and Success (IDEAS) and the Office of the External Vice President, students and their supporters come out as being undocumented citizens at Bruin Plaza.
Pen in hand, behind a mic, UCLA Subway employee Darnell Polidore, known in his career as “Focal, and his brother Chris, known as “Dutch,” moved from Florida to Los Angeles to pursue a music career.
UCLA football player Carl Hulick clutches a spear, dives into the ocean, and hides himself among the kelp. Carl first discovered spearfishing in middle school and has been an avid spearfisher ever since.
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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Sitting in De Neve Auditorium, audience members cheer with neon green thundersticks as the UCLA team faces off against USC in Nvidia’s first ever sponsored Call of Duty: Black Ops II Rivalries Tournament.
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