(Emily Dembinski/Illustrations director)
After presenting its first screening and panel at UCLA about sexual violence awareness in athletics and college communities, the University of California Global Health Institute will be bringing similar discussions to other UC campuses.
Makailah Hernandez’s medicine of choice amid a pandemic is beading jewelry.
The third-year psychobiology student is an enrolled Navajo Tribal member and founded the Indigenous jewelry brand Graymountain Beads about a year ago.
Behind the glitz and glamour of K-pop lies a well-oiled yet punishing industry machine.
In the last decade, K-pop has seen a swift ascension to the global stage with the rise of groups like BTS, which earned its first Grammy nomination in a major category on Nov.
Miley Cyrus’ plastic heart melted just a little with her induction into rock ‘n’ roll.
The singer’s seventh studio album “Plastic Hearts” was released Friday on a wave of enthusiasm from persistent fan demand and singles teasing the record’s debut.
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.
The impact of music extends far beyond the play and pause buttons. Formed in the 1970s as an underground movement, hip-hop has expanded into various art forms and musical subgenres – with rap specifically being one of the most popular musical styles among today’s youth.
Sole360 is normalizing online sneaker trading.
While most major sneaker marketplaces revolve around buying and selling, Sole360 exclusively focuses on helping users trade sneakers through the website as the company verifies shipments.
Traditional theater practices have taken an intermission this fall as UCLA’s graduate program in theater adapts to the virtual stage.
One of this year‘s MFA acting projects is an online production of an excerpt from José Rivera’s play, “Marisol,” which premiered live through YouTube on Nov.
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