“I have an appreciation for jewelry, not only as adornment but as objects of art and beauty,” said Muriel Chastanet, owner of a family-run business in Westwood that shares her name.
He grabs her ponytail, but before he can attack, the woman turns around and throws a punch. This is one of the scenarios that the instructors of the the Bruin Self Defense program simulate for students.
Michael Garafola and Alvin Malave started off as participants in the UCLA Adaptive Recreation program. They both enjoyed it so much that they started volunteering their time to help keep the program running.
Ecochella introduces students to an easy way to generate renewable energy through the first bike powered concert at UCLA. Student group E3: Ecology, Economy, Equity hosts this inaugural concert to both entertain and educate students.
Winner of the JazzReggae Festival Battle of the Bands, The Street Hearts performs “Head in the Clouds” and talks about the confusion that accompanies impractical passions, which motivated them to write the song.
A new crop of multi-interest fraternities and sorority are striving to make their mark on the UCLA campus this school year.
Two fraternities – a professional cinematic fraternity, a professional engineering fraternity – launched this school year along with an Arab interest group that aspires to become a sorority.
Images on paper strips blur into moving sequences as DESMA Professor Erkki Huhtamo spins a zoetrope from 1870 and peeks through the slits on the side of the metal wheel.
Dressed in brightly colored onesies and last minute DIY creations, participants of Dance Marathon took full advantage of the various themed shifts that took place over 26 hours.
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