After months of anticipation, the time for UCLA club badminton’s first meet of the 2022-2023 season had finally come – but their plan soon hit a fatal snag.
Cole Mueller is taking the World Wide Web to the runway.
For his Fashion and Student Trends at UCLA runway debut, the third-year mechanical engineering student said his 2023 collection, “Antenna,” tells the tale of how technology changed communication over the past three decades, drawing stylistic influences from the ’90s and early 2000s.
This post was updated May 9 at 4:18 p.m.
The Geffen Academy at UCLA for years touted its state-of-the-art makerspace. But behind closed doors, the program was rife with safety violations that endangered the academy’s teenage pupils, according to students, faculty and public records.
Multiple students and recent graduates have come forward with allegations about unsafe living conditions in UCLA-owned housing following a Daily Bruin investigation into the university apartment building Westwood Chateau.
First, water started leaking from her kitchen ceiling. Then the coughing began.
Jaclyn Schwartz moved into Westwood Chateau, a UCLA-owned apartment, in September. The fourth-year biology student said she was excited to live near campus, but before the quarter was even halfway through, problems arose.
With the seasons changing, fall is welcoming the latest literature, and authors are looking to ensure audiences turn the crisp pages of their upcoming books. From upcoming fantasies to thought-provoking releases, the newest novels are bound to keep readers cozily satisfied.
Jackie Amézquita is grafting her past experiences with new growth.
Utilizing natural materials such as produce and soil, the graduate student in fine arts said her mixed media work is closely linked to her personal memories, from her childhood in Central America to her migration experience as a teenager.
This post was updated May 30 at 8:20 p.m.
At Fashion and Student Trends at UCLA’s annual spring runway show Friday night, president and fourth-year psychobiology student Meghan He and vice president and fourth-year linguistics and French and political science student Hector Esparza kicked off the runway with an enthusiastic strut.
Starting from a simple shirt, Ishmael Jasmin is sewing streetwear.
After receiving a sewing machine from his mom eight years ago, the fourth-year psychology student said his initial foray into fashion resulted in an unattractive top and caused him to step away from designing for five years.
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