Sunday, December 15

Mario Conte, co-founder of ThriftCon, said the event will bring over a hundred vendors to sell their used items in a glorified flea market. Alden Kramer, a second-year economics student and owner of the fashion line CAMPBELL&KRAMER, said she found thrifting to be a popular pastime among UCLA students. (Courtesy of Blake Jackson)
Mario Conte, co-founder of ThriftCon, said the event will bring over a hundred vendors to sell their used items in a glorified flea market. Alden Kramer, a second-year economics student and owner of the fashion line CAMPBELL&KRAMER, said she found thrifting to be a popular pastime among UCLA students. (Courtesy of Blake Jackson)

First-year biochemistry student Gina Min received a Canon PowerShot G7 X Mark II as a Christmas gift one year, which inspired her to document her daily life in YouTube videos. Her channel rose in popularity after she released a video documenting her college decisions, and Min said viewers generally tend to enjoy college-centric videos. (Lauren Man/Daily Bruin)
First-year biochemistry student Gina Min received a Canon PowerShot G7 X Mark II as a Christmas gift one year, which inspired her to document her daily life in YouTube videos. Her channel rose in popularity after she released a video documenting her college decisions, and Min said viewers generally tend to enjoy college-centric videos. (Lauren Man/Daily Bruin)

Second-year mathematics and economics student Felipe Valdovinos III co-runs his Instagram-based clothing shop Vintage Inspired with his cousin. Valdovinos posts photos of items he thrifts – ranging from popular brands like Nike Inc. to “hypebeast” brands like Supreme – and customers can direct message him to purchase the clothes. (Alex Driscoll/Daily Bruin)
Second-year mathematics and economics student Felipe Valdovinos III co-runs his Instagram-based clothing shop Vintage Inspired with his cousin. Valdovinos posts photos of items he thrifts – ranging from popular brands like Nike Inc. to “hypebeast” brands like Supreme – and customers can direct message him to purchase the clothes. (Alex Driscoll/Daily Bruin)

(Vaibhavi Patankar/Daily Bruin)
(Vaibhavi Patankar/Daily Bruin)

Second-year microbiology, immunology and molecular genetics student Le’Airra Bullingor runs online beauty store "HoneyBun Cosmetics,” which provides mink lashes, lip glosses and glittery pins. (Dhruv Singhania/Daily Bruin)
Second-year microbiology, immunology and molecular genetics student Le’Airra Bullingor runs online beauty store "HoneyBun Cosmetics,” which provides mink lashes, lip glosses and glittery pins. (Dhruv Singhania/Daily Bruin)

English professor Elizabeth DeLoughrey will discuss her book "Allegories of the Anthropocene” in Kaplan Hall on Nov. 21. The book highlights allegories as a tool to comprehend the enormity of the climate change crisis by decreasing the scale in consideration. The book aims to unravel post-colonial issues through the lens of art. (Kanishka Mehra/Assistant Photo editor)
English professor Elizabeth DeLoughrey will discuss her book "Allegories of the Anthropocene” in Kaplan Hall on Nov. 21. The book highlights allegories as a tool to comprehend the enormity of the climate change crisis by decreasing the scale in consideration. The book aims to unravel post-colonial issues through the lens of art. (Kanishka Mehra/Assistant Photo editor)

Poet and author Ben Lerner joins English professor Mona Simpson to discuss his newest book “The Topeka School,” which marks the third book in a trilogy. He spoke about his transition from poetry to prose and how he wrote his characters’ voices. (Keaton Larson/Daily Bruin)
Poet and author Ben Lerner joins English professor Mona Simpson to discuss his newest book “The Topeka School,” which marks the third book in a trilogy. He spoke about his transition from poetry to prose and how he wrote his characters’ voices. (Keaton Larson/Daily Bruin)


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