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.
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.
In the face of a crisis, Club Sandwich found a new way to feed those experiencing homelessness.
The newly established organization, created by third-year communication student Kira Loren, is feeding those who experience homelessness in Westwood as it attempts to connect the UCLA community with its surrounding city members, she said.
Met Gala outfits aren’t usually constructed using laundry baskets – but desperate times call for desperate measures.
Using materials found around the house, cosplayer and third-year communication student Shay Rose reconstructed Lady Gaga’s four-layered outfit from the 2019 Met Gala for the digital #MetGalaChallenge on Instagram.
Snow may land on top, but “The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes” barely builds to a flurry.
The new prequel to “The Hunger Games” series takes place more than 60 years before the events of the original book but still lands on a familiar face.
Elisa Bass is taking a popular quarantine activity to the next level with her artistic skills – all for a good cause.
The second-year economics student recently started a chalk drawing business to raise funds for the Los Angeles Regional Food Bank.
Time might not exist in quarantine, but Alfred’s iced vanilla latte does.
Alfred, a local coffee shop with 10 locations across Los Angeles, has reopened its doors for contactless pick-up and created a delivery subscription program for its coffee beans and matcha tea tins.
Professor Gigi Johnson is interweaving the diverse sounds of music with her podcast, “Innovating Music.”
The alumna said her podcast was inspired by traveling around the world meeting different types of creatives in the industry, such as DJs and composers.
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