Inspired by the pandemic, Terry Ayzman found his calling – and he encourages others to do the same.
In April, the fourth-year political science student founded the ongoing “Find Your Calling” podcast featuring guests with a connection to UCLA.
Lia Wallfish adds bursts of color to times of darkness with her face masks.
After graduating with a degree in costume design and entrepreneurship in 2019, the alumna started her own clothing company, Simplicity Vintage, in September.
It’s 3:30 p.m. on a Friday, yet every inch of Tacos 1986 is packed.
The line stretches down the sidewalk, with customers inhaling faint scents of chili and lime as they await their turn.
Mark Strickland’s artwork looks global conflict directly in the eye.
Instead of shying away from pain and suffering, the alumnus said he utilizes his emotional responses to such events to inspire his artwork.
The Los Angeles fashion scene is about to take a trip back in time.
On Sunday, the vintage clothing event ThriftCon will bring over a hundred vendors to the city to sell used items from decades ago.
Letty Bassart will dance for six hours straight – no pauses, no intermission.
The graduate student’s capstone performance “Some Ways to Continue?” is a dance theater installation exploring the theme of persistence.
The concrete jungle is on fire.
These symbolic flames blaze throughout “No Matter,” a collection of poems by Jana Prikryl. The author paints New York City as a metaphorical inferno burning with deep social and political commentary.
Andrew Hean wanted to know what his friends were grateful for, so he made an album about it.
Releasing Oct. 18, the UCLA alumnus said his album, “Thankful for Chickens that Don’t Hatch,” is meant to evoke feelings of nostalgia and introspection.
Sabrina Costa is bringing fashion from the Metropolitan Museum of Art to Pauley Pavilion.
The first-year biology student’s clothing line for the 2019 Fashion and Student Trends at UCLA runway show was inspired by the 2018 Met Gala theme, “Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and the Catholic Imagination.” Costa’s collection consists of dresses, skirts and a pair of shorts, with the main source of inspiration being Kim Kardashian’s shimmery gold dress.
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