Some Bruins express their individuality with gender-nonconforming fashion, while also challenging gender norms. (Left to right: Courtesy of Soraya Saghbini, Courtesy of Ryan Ohlinger)
Though many soon-to-be-parents applaud pink or blue smoke, a counterculture has emerged to challenge gender binary traditions. From boxy blazers to colorful crop tops, many Bruins are using gender-nonconforming fashion as a vehicle of self-expression.
Imagine this: You’re strolling down Bruin Walk sipping your Bruin Plate peanut butter smoothie out of a biodegradable straw in a compostable cup courtesy of UCLA Dining.
“I literally haven’t hugged anyone in so long,” second-year cognitive science student Anjali Bathula said.
Bathula’s shortage of warm embraces is all too common under the seclusion of quarantine.
For many Los Angeles residents, the best part of the weekend is often a leisurely midday gathering featuring an amalgamation of food and drinks and socialization with loved ones.
Westwood is enriching its cultural culinary experience with the upcoming opening of a highly popular Pan-Asian supermarket chain with 51 locations across seven states. That’s right Bruins: 99 Ranch Market is coming to Westwood!
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