This post was updated Oct. 18 at 7:31 p.m.
The impact of music extends far beyond the play and pause buttons. Formed in the 1970s as an underground movement, hip-hop has expanded into various art forms and musical sub-genres – with rap specifically being one of the most popular musical styles among today’s youth.
A conversation about sexual violence within collegiate sports is coming to UCLA.
Courage First, an abuse awareness initiative created by the Foundation for Global Sports Development and Sidewinder Films, and UC Speaks Up, a sexual violence research group, are providing free screening links starting Oct.
Music trends come and go, but DUCKWRTH’s authenticity will likely last forever.
Released Aug. 21, his latest album, “SuperGood,” takes on a nostalgic sound with samples and influences from The Clark Sisters and OutKast, respectively.
This post was updated May 6 at 11:10 a.m.
Drake’s “Toosie Slide” has millions of children posting their version of the famous dance on TikTok – all at the expense of the integrity and authenticity of rap music.
On Brand LA aims to make vibrant tie-dyed pieces affordable for an audience of all ages, shapes and sizes.
On April 19, second-year dance student Audrey Lee’s clothing line On Brand LA launched its first collection online.
Quibi is offering content that is less than half the length of a television show – at half the quality, too.
Launched on April 6, brand-new streaming service Quibi – short for “Quick Bites” – boasts easily digestible content and features many original TV series with episodes shorter than 10 minutes in length.
Stadiums have been replaced by a couch and only a computer screen separates audiences from their favorite artists.
With global stay-at-home guidelines in effect due to the coronavirus pandemic, musicians have been forced to either cancel or postpone their upcoming tours to a later date.
Movies require extensive collaboration between both cast and crew members – a nearly impossible feat with social distancing guidelines in effect.
In the midst of COVID-19, film and television students are among a subset of those impacted by UCLA’s transition to a remote spring quarter.
Alumnus Marc McGuire’s debut book explores the darkness of human motivation and terrorism.
Set to publish April 16, “Missions” details an investigation into terrorism set a year after the 9/11 attacks.
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