(Courtesy of IFC Films)
A young girl strives for a better life outside her small town and it will take giving her all.
Premiering in select theaters Friday, alumna Nicole Riegel’s new film “Holler” revolves around graduating senior Ruth (Jessica Barden) who longs to escape her troublesome small-town life in Ohio and pursue higher education.
“In the Heights” soars out of the screen to make real-life dreams come true.
The film adaptation of the long-running Broadway musical premieres Thursday in theaters and on HBO Max, reviving both popular characters and storylines as well as introducing modern social commentary.
One theater student used his love for storytelling to create live entertainment in a COVID-19-safe setting.
Held in one of UCLA’s parking structures on Saturday nights, “Experiments in Drive-in Storytelling” is fourth-year theater student Frank Demma’s senior thesis project.
Magie Le is making her way through senior year one stitch at a time.
The fourth-year international development studies student said she began a creative side project to prevent herself from stressing too much about life after graduation.
With bright colors and repurposed elements, Lauren Cramer is meshing materials to make Bead Salad.
Founded at the end of last year, Cramer’s small jewelry business Bead Salad operates through an Instagram shop as well as a self-designed website.
Rainbow Fruit is giving old clothes a colorful new life.
With a passion for sustainable fashion, third-year communication student Jaime Hattori started her small business Rainbow Fruit in September.
Callie Nance is making yoga accessible one downward dog at a time.
Looking for a way to unwind, the third-year public affairs student first dipped her toes into yoga when she was a high school sophomore.
Gabriela Freid intends to prove home can be anything imaginable.
The fifth-year art student is currently developing a reimagining of Lucy R. Lippard’s exhibition “Curating by Numbers” to be showcased in September.
George McHenry isn’t missing a beat.
Despite the pandemic restrictions placed on music-driven social spaces, the fourth-year ethnomusicology student has continued making songs in his apartment to put together a portfolio that showcases his musical versatility.
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