Tuyen Nguyen (left) is pictured next to one of the desserts she has baked (right). The alumnus runs the recipe TikTok account @lifewithtuyen, which has accumulated over 600,000 followers. (Courtesy of Tuyen Nguyen)
Tuyen Nguyen’s TikTok page is displaying a sugar-filled slice of life.
The alumnus is the face behind @lifewithtuyen. Starting her account during the peak of the COVID-19 pandemic, Nguyen said her extra free time and isolation led her to explore her baking hobby and connect with an online community.
This post was updated Feb. 25 at 8:33 p.m.
Harryette Mullen is exploring the world of ecopoetics.
On Feb. 22, the Laboratory for Environmental Narrative Strategies hosted a poetry reading given by poet and UCLA professor Harryette Mullen.
This post was updated Feb. 25 at 8:25 p.m.
Christen Capobianco is blending creativity, dedication and chocolate chips.
The alumnus said her business, First Bite Cookies, has evolved during her time as a student and afterward to enfold the effort and tenacity she has invested in it.
This post was updated Feb. 19 at 8:37 p.m.
More than Poke Balls will be thrown in the battle between Palworld and Pokemon.
Released Jan. 19 on Steam as part of the Early Access program, Palworld – a multiplayer survival and crafting game produced by the company Pocketpair – has the player traversing a sprawling open world filled with magical entities called Pals.
This post was updated Feb. 20 at 8:20 p.m.
Ranen Chang is fusing together fashion and food into a recipe for a creative community.
The fourth-year physiological science student said documenting cooking videos on his Instagram and TikTok has been a way to share his life experiences and present his creative expression to the people he cares about.
This post was updated Feb. 15 at 7:13 p.m
“Gooned” is uncovering the truth about the Troubled Teen Industry.
Created and produced by alumnus Emma Lehman, the investigative podcast sheds light on the dark history of the often-overlooked Troubled Teen Industry.
This post was updated Feb. 13 at 7:46 p.m.
The Nimoy’s most recent event lived up to the motto above its door: “Live long and prosper.”
The Westwood theater hosted “Crushing at The Nimoy: A Love Story Event” this past Sunday night.
This post was updated Feb. 13 at 7:29 p.m.
Aatmi Mehta is using henna as an art form to convey tradition and self-expression.
The second-year public health student runs a small business specializing in henna.
This post was updated on Feb. 11 at 8:07 p.m.
With character-driven stories told across various times and places, Joan Silber is redefining the novel.
Award-winning author Silber gave a talk at the Hammer Museum on Thursday night as part of the institution’s Some Favorite Writers series.
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