This post was updated Feb. 15 at 7:58 p.m.
Nothing lasts forever – except, of course, gushy teenage romance.
Releasing Feb. 12 on Netflix, “To All the Boys: Always and Forever” manages to tie together the film series with a shiny bow, glimmering with both nostalgia and new beginnings.
As Bruins hunker down for winter quarter, they can start off the new year right with up-and-coming artists from all ends of the musical spectrum. Ranging from dance pop to indie folk, these shooting stars and their even shinier discographies are ascending quickly.
No winter wonderland is complete without a soundtrack. While fall quarter was marked with releases from pop powerhouses like Ariana Grande and rakish rock stars like Miley Cyrus, winter hints at a flurry of new records.
President-elect Joe Biden’s plans for higher education could make the University of California system more accessible for low-income students, students and faculty said.
Biden campaigned on eliminating tuition for households with an annual income of less than $125,000.
The countdown for Declan McKenna’s new album has finally hit zero.
After a four-month delay, “Zeros” dropped in early September and marks the British indie rocker’s sophomore effort.
California voters will decide the fate of affirmative action on the November general election ballot, but the measure continues to face controversy.
Affirmative action is the practice of taking into account factors like race and sex in the context of education and employment.
Temperatures may be dropping, but these artists are popping. From funk to folk, this quarter’s rising artists are as varied as the colors of the autumn trees.
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