Objects that have never left Kenya before are now traveling America.
“World on the Horizon: Swahili Arts Across the Indian Ocean” is an exhibition opening Sunday and on display until Feb.
Patricia Vidal Delgado said if she wasn’t completing her thesis project at UCLA, her film would likely not get funding from anywhere.
The directing student will spend her summer shooting the feature film “La Leyenda Negra,” which translates to “The Black Legend.” The film follows Aleteia, a Salvadoran student in Compton, California, with temporary protected status who is also a member of an underground anarchist movement protesting the administration of President Donald Trump.
Runny noses may not be the typical inspiration for a company name, but Colin Tandy felt otherwise.
“I grew up in San Diego, I was by the beach, and picking my nose and playing in the sand was like my childhood,” he said.
The UCLA Guitar Ensemble will be playing old music in a new setting as part of the Fowler Out Loud series.
Members of the ensemble will showcase Latin American music at Fowler Out Loud, a concert series in which UCLA students perform at Fowler Museum.
Fast food establishments around UCLA and Westwood have been adding new items to their menus this winter. From In-N-Out Burger’s hot cocoa to Taco Bell’s $1 Nacho Fries, menu updates provide tasty new treats at familiar eateries.
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