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UCLA’s 32nd annual Chinese American Culture Night hopes to spotlight the Asian American and Pacific Islander experience until the next lotus blooms.
Hosted by the Association of Chinese Americans, preparing CACN has been a yearlong effort that has led to the debut of the film “Until the Next Lotus Blooms” tomorrow on Zoom and Discord.
Collaborating with small silversmiths, Chloe Moreno designs stunning jewelry.
In 2018, the UCLA alumna began designing jewelry pieces for her mom and has since developed her line into a small business, Stunner Jewelry.
With just a tap of a finger, bLinkup promises to forge friendships that last a lifetime.
The app was founded in September 2018 by University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee alumnus, Will Bott, and University of Wisconsin–Madison alumnus and Chief Operating Officer, Daniel Hasbani, with the purpose of connecting friends and fostering relationships.
This post was updated May 2 at 10:43 p.m.
With a 50-question survey, UCLA Marriage Pact pledges to find students’ perfect matches.
Originally launched at Stanford University, Marriage Pact is a student-run organization that runs student responses to a one-time online survey through a matchmaking algorithm to find their single most compatible peer.
Quarantine set a new stage for two UCLA Theater, Film and Television students – TikTok.
Equipped with spare time during the COVID-19 pandemic, TikTokers and second-year theater students Ana Nguyen and Andrew Luff found a virtual audience of millions through acting and being themselves.
Shokugeki BBQ takes the term “friendly neighborhood barbecue” to a whole new level.
Named after a word for a food war in a Japanese show, Shokugeki BBQ had its second pop-up event on Sunday in Westwood.
This post was updated April 25 6:12 p.m.
It’s never too late to reread an old classic.
The Hammer Museum’s new program series, “Revisiting Ralph Ellison’s ‘Invisible Man,’” begins Tuesday and runs every Tuesday until May 18.
By embodying multiple voices in her poetry, Alice Notley takes inclusivity to the max.
On Friday, the Center for the Study of Women virtually hosted Elline Lipkin’s talk, “Resist, Reframe, Insist: Alice Notley’s Poetics of Inclusion.” Based on her research for an article in “Northern American Women Poets in the 21st Century: Beyond Lyric and Language,” Lipkin covered the elements and themes of Notley’s work.
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