Introductory sentences are my weakness.
That was the first sentence of the personal insight essay that helped me transfer into UCLA two years ago. So you can imagine my horror while I was sitting through intern training, finding out that a lede – the first sentence – is the single most important part of a Daily Bruin story.
Despite this year’s virtual catwalk, Fashion and Student Trends at UCLA’s annual fashion show will never go out of style.
Airing live on YouTube and Zoom, the club will be hosting its Spring Showcase on Friday.
Paravi Das just wants her listeners to smile.
Making her Spring Sing debut, the second-year theater student will be performing her original song “Happy Place.” Das said she began writing the song’s chorus a year ago and finished it the night before Spring Sing auditions after deciding last minute to sign up for the competition with the encouragement of a friend.
This year’s Dance Marathon is one hour shorter than last year’s – but the experience is five days longer.
Hosted by the Pediatric AIDS Coalition at UCLA, the annual event will be held virtually for a second time Saturday.
With a new season in full bloom, spring flowers and sunshine call for a new read to match. From long-awaited sequels to new releases from established authors, these upcoming novels are sure to be ones that Bruins won’t want to miss.
Healy is truly in his element.
Named after the chemical element, the artist’s sophomore album “Tungsten” gives him space to explore themes of time, life and death.
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.
Westwood’s newest Italian eatery has pasta fit for a king – and served by a prince.
After a few delays, Prince of Venice finally opened its first brick-and-mortar location on Broxton Avenue on Nov.
Nick the Greek might as well be called Nick the Great.
Westwood’s newest addition, Nick the Greek, opened its doors Oct. 8. Originally based in San Jose, the establishment made a strategic expansion to Kinross Avenue – an ideal setting for a modern restaurant catering to young Bruin customers.
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