(Katelyn Dang/Illustrations director)
This post was updated Sept. 27 at 6:23 p.m.
After quarters of students hopping between Zoom sessions, UCLA has officially resumed in-person learning. For many, this entails a strenuous trek from dorms on the Hill to on-campus classes, but for others, this journey is even longer.
The Taliban declared victory in Afghanistan on Aug. 22 after a 20-year-long war between opposition forces, including the Afghan government and the United States.
The government takeover came shortly after President Joe Biden authorized April 13 the full removal of federal troops on Afghan soil by Aug 31.
In 2009, Daily Bruin writer Chloe Ghoogassian wrote about how the habits students developed in college conflicted with their lives at home during the summer. But what about the habits from home that we bring to college?
As a melting pot of students, UCLA houses many Bruins who have to make the move from small towns to the bustling city of Los Angeles, opening up a whole new set of experiences.
After a summer of escaping school work or reporting to time-consuming summer jobs, September approaches once again. This year, we will be exchanging Zoom squares for lecture halls and breakout rooms for discussion sections as vaccinated Bruins return to campus for the first time in over a year.
This post was updated Sept. 20 at 3:44 p.m.
Fall quarter recruitment season typically involves hundreds of anxious girls walking up and down Hilgard Avenue in heels, but Panhellenic sorority recruitment is looking a little different because of the pandemic.
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.
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