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From the tiny screen of your phone to the big screen of the Regency Village Theater in Westwood and everything in between, films are everywhere.
According to the Motion Picture Association in their 2019 THEME Report, the global box office market reached $42.2 billion in 2019, with the U.S.
People on the internet are increasingly embarking on stranger journeys – and the rise of the true-crime genre makes this all the more evident.
According to data collected from Parrot Analytics for the Ringer, a media-tracking company, true crime was both one of the biggest and fastest-growing documentary subgenres between May 2019 and April 2021.
Cooking in college can be daunting. The Bruin Gastronomer aims to give students the knowledge and tools to cook affordable, simple and delicious meals that will fill brains and bellies alike.
We have all heard the saying that food is the key to the heart, but what about food as the key to one’s culture?
For many Bruins with Asian heritage, cooking and eating food, especially with family, provides a connection to loved ones that transcends distance, overcomes language barriers and spans generations.
While the end of the school year can be an exciting time for Bruin graduates entering the workforce, it also comes with much uncertainty as it rides on the heels of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The “new normal” of Zoom screens and mask-wearing has changed some students’ perspectives on relationships, mindfulness and priorities.
Katie Kester, a second-year molecular, cell and developmental biology student, said the pandemic allowed her to learn how important it is to foster relationships with others.
This post was updated May 26 at 12:40 p.m.
Self-care nights, nature walks, cooking, journaling — all are potential ways to cleanse our minds and make us feel calm during periods of stress.
Turning 18 years old is a milestone that brings exciting new possibilities, but none are as set in “skin” as tattoos.
Tattoos have become increasingly common, especially among college-aged students.
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