Imagine this: You’re strolling down Bruin Walk sipping your Bruin Plate peanut butter smoothie out of a biodegradable straw in a compostable cup courtesy of UCLA Dining.
Face-masked and strapped with sanitizer, I couldn’t find fresh tomatoes and basil on the lonely shelves of my nearest grocery store.
Then, I remembered that I had a few tomato seeds waiting to be planted at home.
You can eat it, smear it and roll it. It’s stocked on CVS Pharmacy shelves and wellness pop-ups across the city. It’s CBD, and you’ve probably seen it in many of these forms.
This post was updated Feb. 14 at 4:45 p.m.
On my way into Westwood for an errand run last Friday, I stopped and chatted with two of the friendliest people in the Village.
This post was updated Jan. 14 at 6:52 p.m.
Late-night coffee sessions and a constantly looming sense of stress may seem synonymous with the college lifestyle – but it doesn’t have to be that way.
From elementary school to college, the path of education is a long one – and sometimes you just need a break.
More students are choosing to take a breath of fresh air from the exhausting journey that is education in the form of a gap year.
When I envision the perfect homework setup for a Sunday morning, I expect the typical lecture notes and essay outlines.
But more than anything, I look forward to my oat milk latte at one of the many craft coffee spots in Los Angeles.
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