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Tracking COVID-19 at UCLA2020 Racial Injustice Protests


Jun 29, 2020 3:34 pm
Design media arts student hopes to better represent mental health in new video game

Fourth-year design media arts student Emily Teng said she created the narrative video game, “Little By Little By Little,” in response to the overall lack of mental health representation in media. In-game topics focus on depression, anxiety, complicated relationships and how all they intersect with everyday life. (Anna Syed/Daily Bruin)

Emily Teng hopes that “Little By Little By Little,” she can get her audience through each day with empathy and compassion.
While a majority of the country has been social distancing for the better part of three months, mental health has only been a small part of the global conversation on the effects of quarantine.

By Jane Nguyen


Jun 10, 2020 5:35 pm
Graduation photoshoots remain a constant despite changes to other traditions

A postponed commencement ceremony hasn’t stopped graduating UCLA students from capturing senior year memories.
Alumna Rachel Forrest is conducting socially distant graduation photoshoots for students during the COVID-19 pandemic, she said.

By Alexsandra Coltun Schneider


May 19, 2020 6:12 pm

The laughs continue via Zoom with UCLA’s student-run comedy club

Zoom sessions have never been funnier.
The Shenanigans Comedy Club at UCLA is adapting to social distancing orders to keep their audiences, and each other, laughing.

By Aaron Untiveros`

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