Josephine Qi designed her first clothing line, “Pisces,” based on fish and stars because she found the concept amusing.
The first-year pre-economics student first developed the idea after seeing a young boy’s shirt featuring fish heads attached to human legs, and she later designed a fish-centric line in high school.
Nina Marie Rose’s songwriting allows her to break free from the pressure to be a perfect musician, she said.
The second-year music performance and English student will be performing an original song as a soloist at Spring Sing.
This post was updated April 3 at 3:53 p.m.
The second of four final MFA showcases by the UCLA department of art will take place Thursday through April 12 at the New Wight Gallery in the Broad Art Center.
Billie Eilish unveils nighttime terrors in her debut album “When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?”
The 17-year-old singer-songwriter generates intrigue by juxtaposing her angelic voice with dark, twisted lyrics and electronic sounds.
Mindful Music takes over the Semel Institute Auditorium every other week, bringing music to an audience, some of whom may wear lab coats and goggles.
The organization provides daytime concerts every other week to medical staff and patients to improve work productivity, mental health and physical health, said founder and alumna Dalida Arakelian.
Belicia Tang traded in colorful ribbons for glamorous high heels.
A serious knee injury at the age of 15 took a toll on the third-year psychology student’s self-esteem, forcing her to quit rhythmic gymnastics and turn to other forms of self-expression.
Anime fans and Trekkies will intermingle at Geek Week’s MegaCon.
As part of UCLA Residential Life’s annual Geek Week, the convention is the culminating event taking place Friday evening in the Tom Bradley International Hall and the De Neve Plaza rooms.
Immersed in the mighty jungle of Andy Serkis’ new film, no one will sleep tonight.
Completely swerving Disney’s playful approach, Netflix brought audiences a darker adaptation of Rudyard Kipling’s “The Jungle Book,” merging live action and animation to vividly bring the animal kingdom to life.
Gellert Grindelwald’s quest for a pure-blood wizardry regime makes it clear that “Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald” is not for Muggles or No-Majes.
Only diehard “Harry Potter” fans will delight in Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry’s nostalgic resurgence, the charming wit of young Albus Dumbledore and the immortal presence of infamous alchemist Nicolas Flamel.
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