A few weeks ago, a cap and gown arrived in the mail – a bittersweet ending to four years for my freshly graduated brother. Somehow, his entire college experience was supposed to fit into a small FedEx box.
If I had to pinpoint one of the most integral places in my life, it would be the dinner table.
Growing up, my dinner table was the place where I learned how to argue my ideas, how to use new vocabulary and how to practice good manners.
The novel coronavirus has unleashed a novel vocabulary.
World War I left us with words like “trench coat” and “no man’s land,” while the rise of internet speak brought on the “meme” and Twitter linguists.
The “Instagram vs. reality” meme, though a bit stale at this point, is a reminder of the self-awareness about our Instagram profiles and the fantasy life they portray.
This Week in the News serves as The Quad’s space for reflection on current events at and around UCLA. Every week, Daily Bruin staffers will analyze some of the most significant stories to keep readers up to speed.
From within courtrooms to posts on LeBron James’ Instagram, the discussion of student-athletes’ name, image and likeness rights has seemingly come to an end.
Not only is the bill a media magnet, but with articles titled “Free labor from college athletes may soon come to an end,” and “Should College Athletes Be Allowed to Get Paid?,” California Senate Bill 206 is bound to raise some eyebrows and shine a light on the interminable debate of student-athlete employability.
Inside every Bruin there is a coffee-getting, paper-stapling, photocopying expert. Could a fall internship be the best time to unleash yours?
As fall quarter begins, so does the desire of every student to furnish their CVs with work experience.
“I believe that … women will conquer more than just the soccer field,” declares Nike’s new advertisement campaign supporting the United States Women’s National Soccer Team.
Human beings, unlike laptops, are not neutrally monochrome.
Tech companies devised the laptop on the premise of efficiency and mobility and as a result, its appearance is sleek and simple.
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