Sunday, October 20

Nathan Mosher said after a traumatic breakup, he started doing stand-up comedy and poetry that discusses the difficulties of mental illness and relationships. He said the supportive atmosphere of of stand-up eventually led him to perform his poetry as well. (Liz Ketcham/Photo editor)
Nathan Mosher said after a traumatic breakup, he started doing stand-up comedy and poetry that discusses the difficulties of mental illness and relationships. He said the supportive atmosphere of of stand-up eventually led him to perform his poetry as well. (Liz Ketcham/Photo editor)

TiaErykah "Tia" Gregory, a second-year psychobiology student, promotes her business of doing eyelash extensions to clients via the UCLA Free & For Sale Facebook page. Amongst three different volume options for the lashes, Gregory said she also offers to fill in where the previous lashes have fallen out. For convenience, Gregory does each of her appointments at her apartment. (Mia Kayser/Daily Bruin staff)
TiaErykah "Tia" Gregory, a second-year psychobiology student, promotes her business of doing eyelash extensions to clients via the UCLA Free & For Sale Facebook page. Amongst three different volume options for the lashes, Gregory said she also offers to fill in where the previous lashes have fallen out. For convenience, Gregory does each of her appointments at her apartment. (Mia Kayser/Daily Bruin staff)

Lindy West (left) and Samin Nosrat (center) took the stage to answer questions Sunday at Royce Hall. West said when she worked on adapting “Shrill: Notes from a Loud Woman” for television, she learned that good television included cutting most of what she had written. (Tanmay Shankar/Assistant Photo editor)
Lindy West (left) and Samin Nosrat (center) took the stage to answer questions Sunday at Royce Hall. West said when she worked on adapting “Shrill: Notes from a Loud Woman” for television, she learned that good television included cutting most of what she had written. (Tanmay Shankar/Assistant Photo editor)

Sara Tariq, a Texas native, began her entertainment career on an MTV reality show, but she is now living in Los Angeles as an up-and-coming DJ with credits as a writer under her belt. She’s written for magazines such as Billboard, Complex and Vibe. (Courtesy of Sara Tariq)
Sara Tariq, a Texas native, began her entertainment career on an MTV reality show, but she is now living in Los Angeles as an up-and-coming DJ with credits as a writer under her belt. She’s written for magazines such as Billboard, Complex and Vibe. (Courtesy of Sara Tariq)

(Jennie Wang/Daily Bruin)

Digitized horoscopes offer young people sanctuary in chaos, founder says

Ross Clark’s sun sign is a Leo, which means he’s predisposed to thinking he has the best astrological sign, he said. But before fully immersing himself in the world of astrology, the CEO and co-founder of the mystical services and astrology app Sanctuary said he started by reading horoscopes from the New York Post on his former boss’ desk while working as an entertainment publicist. Read more...

(Jennie Wang/Daily Bruin)

Lauren Shockey's "Hangover Helper" cookbook takes her research of hangover foods from around the world – from Canadian poutine to Chinese creole beef noodle soup – and sums it up in 50 recipes. The starchy and hearty recipes, she said, help beat the nausea and headaches that follow a night of drinking. (Kanishka Mehra/Assistant Photo editor)

Hangover recipe cookbook offers dishes as cures, hydration remains key

Cheese toast might just be the cure for the next pounding hangover. After researching hangover cures from around the world, food writer Lauren Shockey released her latest cookbook, “Hangover Helper.” In the new release, Shockey said she explores foods that are starchy and hearty, which can help people work toward recovering after a long night of drinking. Read more...

Lauren Shockey's "Hangover Helper" cookbook takes her research of hangover foods from around the world – from Canadian poutine to Chinese creole beef noodle soup – and sums it up in 50 recipes. The starchy and hearty recipes, she said, help beat the nausea and headaches that follow a night of drinking. (Kanishka Mehra/Assistant Photo editor)

Second-year business economics student Malia Zoraster recently applied for the Metal and Glass Club at UCLA. Although the university does not have a glass blower on campus, the club will travel to make their glassblowing and metal working projects. (Ashley Kenney/Daily Bruin)
Second-year business economics student Malia Zoraster recently applied for the Metal and Glass Club at UCLA. Although the university does not have a glass blower on campus, the club will travel to make their glassblowing and metal working projects. (Ashley Kenney/Daily Bruin)


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