Friday, May 24

Loghan Call, an alumnus of UCLA Extension, is the chef and founder of Planted Cuisine, a Michigan-based company through which he wants to emphasize mindfulness about food and regenerative processes. Call said he wants consumers to be aware of the story and nuances behind each dish. (Courtesy of Montana Dennis)
Loghan Call, an alumnus of UCLA Extension, is the chef and founder of Planted Cuisine, a Michigan-based company through which he wants to emphasize mindfulness about food and regenerative processes. Call said he wants consumers to be aware of the story and nuances behind each dish. (Courtesy of Montana Dennis)

Sydney Bowie’s documentary “¡BOZA!” highlights the stories of three sub-Saharan African immigrants and their separate journeys to begin new lives in Spain. The stories' shared optimism in the face of adversity create a unified narrative, Bowie said. (Courtesy of Sydney Bowie)
Sydney Bowie’s documentary “¡BOZA!” highlights the stories of three sub-Saharan African immigrants and their separate journeys to begin new lives in Spain. The stories' shared optimism in the face of adversity create a unified narrative, Bowie said. (Courtesy of Sydney Bowie)

(Courtesy of HBO)
(Courtesy of HBO)

(Courtesy of Patti Perret/Universal Pictures, Participant and DreamWorks)
(Courtesy of Patti Perret/Universal Pictures, Participant and DreamWorks)

Author Francisco Cantú joined UCLA professors and a lawyer for a panel about immigration Wednesday on campus. Cantú's memoir, "The Line Becomes a River: Dispatches from the Border," was recently chosen as UCLA's 2018-2019 common book. (Daniel Leibowitz/Daily Bruin staff)
Author Francisco Cantú joined UCLA professors and a lawyer for a panel about immigration Wednesday on campus. Cantú's memoir, "The Line Becomes a River: Dispatches from the Border," was recently chosen as UCLA's 2018-2019 common book. (Daniel Leibowitz/Daily Bruin staff)

Anita Hill’s congressional testimony against Clarence Thomas is the topic of the documentary “Anita,” which was screened at the Hammer Museum on Tuesday night and accompanied by a discussion between UCLA professor Kimberlé Crenshaw and author Rebecca Traister.
(Creative Commons photo by Gage Skidmore via flickr)
Anita Hill’s congressional testimony against Clarence Thomas is the topic of the documentary “Anita,” which was screened at the Hammer Museum on Tuesday night and accompanied by a discussion between UCLA professor Kimberlé Crenshaw and author Rebecca Traister.
(Creative Commons photo by Gage Skidmore via flickr)

(Jennie Wang/Daily Bruin)
(Jennie Wang/Daily Bruin)


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