Darlene Hoang’s mundane moments in her dorm room caught the attention of millions.
The first-year pre-communication student said she started making TikTok videos at home in March to keep track of her college acceptance letters.
“Lumpia” is making its silver screen homecoming after 17 years.
The amateur film first premiered in 2003 at the Hawai’i International Film Festival, garnering publicity from media outlets like Variety magazine.
Yasmin Olvera’s high school entrepreneurial dream came true – now, she ships out craft orders to people all over the country.
The fourth-year geography and environmental studies student said her initial idea for her craft business originated when her coworker introduced her to the Cricut, a machine used to cut through all kinds of materials.
The UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television students never expected to direct, perform or act in a virtual space.
But the department will be creating new opportunities to accommodate its students as the faculty shifts their focus from public showings to developmental work, said acting chair of the department of theater Dominic Taylor.
In a time of shut downs, Maritza Lopez is launching her own small business.
Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, the third-year pre-international development studies student said she wanted to make the most out of her free time and decided to start a jewelry and body care business in the comfort and safety of her own home.
Company’s sketches in Spring Sing 2020 are more likely to be set in a Zoom call rather than in front of Royce Hall.
The group of 12 students performs comedic sketches each annual Spring Sing.
“Lumpia” is more than a spring roll in the Asian American community.
The homemade, low-budget 2003 film tells a story about inner group prejudice, in which a gang of Filipino Americans picks on Filipino high school immigrants.
Graduating students are tucking away their sashes and white photoshoot attire to go digital as they celebrate their academic achievements.
With the transition to online instruction in response to COVID-19, many graduation photoshoots have been canceled, leading alumna Murry Soriano to take commissions for illustrations of the soon-to-be graduates on the UCLA Free & For Sale page on Facebook.
Watercolor painting was one of the few ways Elizabeth Reichner could bond with her sister.
The creative process of art is widely known to nurture emotional growth – a concept the second-year art student wanted to explore at UCLA by forming the club Healing through Art.
Laurie Leyden is an academic counselor by day, but runs a blog for personalized life advice by night.
As the student affairs officer of UCLA’s statistics department, Leyden assists both undergraduate and graduate students pursuing careers within statistics, advising on majors and helping students enroll in classes.
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