Daily Bruin · Out of Bounds: Class of 2020 signs off
Sam Connon: Hi, my name is Sam Connon and this is Out of Bounds. I’m the outgoing Sports editor, soon-to-be senior staffer at the Daily Bruin.
Daily Bruin · In the Know: Navigating the pandemic’s impact on mental health
Kristin Snyder: My name is Kristin Snyder, and this is “In the Know.” Coronavirus has impacted almost every aspect of normal life – even previously menial tasks like grocery shopping now face added challenges of wearing masks, swerving out of people’s way and standing in long lines.
Parks across the country are closed, but that didn’t stop the “Parks and Recreation” cast from reuniting.
In “A Parks and Recreation Special,” the cast of the NBC sitcom, which ran from 2009 to 2015, participated in a new scripted episode to raise money for Feeding America’s COVID-19 Response Fund.
As flowers begin to blossom and each day stretches on just a bit longer, spring signals a time to refresh – and while the earth rejuvenates, up-and-coming artists are ready to flourish, too.
5 Seconds of Summer’s latest release might be titled “CALM,” but its vibrant pop beats are anything but.
The Australian band’s fourth studio album, released Friday, explores a vivacious but heated relationship over the course of 12 tracks.
The Center for the Art of Performance at UCLA has suspended performances for the rest of the 2019-2020 season in response to COVID-19.
In an emailed statement on Tuesday, CAP said it plans on integrating the shows into the 2020-2021 season as they work to reschedule with each performer.
Dance Marathon 2020 has been cancelled in response to COVID-19.
In a statement posted to Instagram, the Pediatric AIDS Coalition at UCLA stated the event – which was originally scheduled to occur in Pauley Pavilion from April 18 to 19 – will no longer take place.
The magic is hidden in the details when it comes to bringing dragons to life.
Nominated for Best Animated Feature Film, “How To Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World” saw the ending of the the DreamWorks Animation trilogy.
St. Vincent and Carrie Brownstein set out to document their friendship.
What followed was “The Nowhere Inn,” which premiered at Sundance Film Festival on Jan. 25 and creates a metafictional account of Brownstein and St.
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