(Christine Kao/Daily Bruin staff and Megan Fu/PRIME Art director)
Everyone has a story of self-discovery. Explore the stories of Bruins’ awakenings, from the people behind UCLA’s dining halls to the journey of a formerly incarcerated student, in PRIME’s latest issue – online here and on newsstands now.
This post was updated Sept. 29 at 6:05 p.m.
Jaymie Park had not considered her United States citizenship status until she applied for college financial aid.
It was 2011, and Park quickly realized she had few options for financing her education as an undocumented student.
“Normal people probably think these are torture positions,” said Elsa Dubil, hanging upside down with her feet knotted in lavender aerial silks.
Indeed, the fourth-year bioengineering student’s posture looked extreme – her head a couple of inches from the ground – but I was impressed with how simple she made the technique seem to her students.
In its winter issue, PRIME dives into stories for which time is of the essence. From recent movements to rename buildings honoring controversial figures to the long hours student commuters spend on the road, uncover some of UCLA’s untold narratives in PRIME: “Matter of time.” Click here to read more.
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