Members of REACH at UCLA gather for a group photo. The organization was founded as a hub for students interested in pursuing careers in social media, content creation and digital marketing. (Courtesy of Nila Makhfi. Photo illustration by Alicia Caldera)
A new social media club at UCLA is reaching beyond a collegiate rivalry.
Branching out from its founding USC chapter in early 2023, REACH at UCLA launched as a hub for students interested in social media, digital marketing and content creation, said co-president and fourth-year communication student Amelie Phua.
BruinRent holds the key to apartment hunting.
Tailored specifically to the UCLA community, the student-built platform provides listings of rental properties as well as features of each place, such as amenities and noise level, to simplify the rental process.
Gourmais has plans to crunch down on cravings.
Owned by founder Stephanie Chui, the premium cracker brand Gourmais crafts polenta crisps baked into three flavors: Porcini Mushroom, Mediterranean Sea Salt and Herbs de Provence.
Allison Scott is running a one-woman show over at allisunny designs.
The alumnus-run clothing brand aims to provide sustainable yet trendy designs to consumers seeking to break free of larger corporations such as Urban Outfitters and Zara, Scott said.
Fitz Freeby’s business is more than just icing on the cake.
The rising second-year theater student runs One Cake Fitz All, which she said she started when she was a high school student in Minnesota.
All is fair in “Kill for Love.”
Set among the murky expectations of Greek life, satirical thriller “Kill for Love” follows a protagonist who finds release from her surrounding environment upon the act of murder.
This post was updated Sept. 4 at 8:23 p.m.
Warning: Spoilers ahead.
Readers will struggle to stay awake during “A Multitude of Dreams.”
A reimagining of Edgar Allan Poe’s “The Masque of the Red Death,” Mara Rutherford’s latest novel takes place in a fictional land ravaged by a deadly disease known as the mori roja.
Besa mi Vino is aging to perfection.
As the head of the canned wine organization, Tori Brodsky hopes to foster an inclusive community among women in a traditionally male-dominated industry.
This post was updated Aug. 27 at 11:11 p.m.
Two wrongs don’t make a right – but the cancellation of the wrongdoer could.
In recent years, society, particularly online, has taken an unprecedented approach to critiquing celebrities as a means to hold them accountable for perceived offenses.
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