Sunday, September 24

Students personalize dorm rooms with photos, decorations

Second-year geography student Wesley Chioh customized his dorm room by fitting Ping-Pong balls over fairy lights. He also hung up photographs and maps of Transylvania and the world.  (Aubrey Yeo/Daily Bruin)

Second-year geography student Wesley Chioh customized his dorm room by fitting Ping-Pong balls over fairy lights. He also hung up photographs and maps of Transylvania and the world. (Aubrey Yeo/Daily Bruin)

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Wesley Chioh has photographs of Soviet architecture and Galapagos beaches tacked to his dorm room wall. The pictures represent all the places the second-year geography student travelled during his breaks from the Singaporean military and serve as reminders of each destination.


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Video: Riley Grant: Pique Podcast

Riley Grant, the creator of Pique and a first-year pre-business economics student, tells the Daily Bruin how he got involving with podcasting, why he enjoys it and what he hopes listeners get out of his audio shows. Read more...

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Video: Last-minute packing tips

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Michael Aguilar (left), Xaviera Flores (center) and Chon Noriega (right), organize some of the images featured at the LA RAZA exhibition, which opened Sept. 16 and will run through early 2019. (Courtesy of Cheyenne Lentz)
Michael Aguilar (left), Xaviera Flores (center) and Chon Noriega (right), organize some of the images featured at the LA RAZA exhibition, which opened Sept. 16 and will run through early 2019. (Courtesy of Cheyenne Lentz)

UCLA screenwriting alumni Tamlin Hall (left) and David Goldblum (right) are co-writing a film adaptation of Dave Pelzer's New York Times best-selling novel “A Child Called ‘It.’” The film is set to shoot in 2018. (Daniel Leibowitz/Daily Bruin)
UCLA screenwriting alumni Tamlin Hall (left) and David Goldblum (right) are co-writing a film adaptation of Dave Pelzer's New York Times best-selling novel “A Child Called ‘It.’” The film is set to shoot in 2018. (Daniel Leibowitz/Daily Bruin)

First-year pre-business economics student Riley Grant produces his own podcast, Pique. He has covered topics from high school intoxication to slang usage by interviewing people both in UCLA and Portland, Oregon. (Axel Lopez/Daily Bruin)
First-year pre-business economics student Riley Grant produces his own podcast, Pique. He has covered topics from high school intoxication to slang usage by interviewing people both in UCLA and Portland, Oregon. (Axel Lopez/Daily Bruin)

UCLA screenwriting alumna Madeleine Holly-Rosing created her own steampunk comic script “Boston Metaphysical Society” about a detective, a spirit photographer and a genius scientist. She is currently working on a four-part series, "Kasai: The Homecoming," which is set to publish in 2018. (Alyssa Dorn/Daily Bruin staff)
UCLA screenwriting alumna Madeleine Holly-Rosing created her own steampunk comic script “Boston Metaphysical Society” about a detective, a spirit photographer and a genius scientist. She is currently working on a four-part series, "Kasai: The Homecoming," which is set to publish in 2018. (Alyssa Dorn/Daily Bruin staff)


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