(Isabella Lee/Illustrations Director)
This post was updated Sept. 27 at 9:52 p.m.
Many students may be wondering what corporate America post-graduation and post-COVID-19 looks like.
Upon wrapping up their summer internships, three Bruins reflect on what the job hunt may have in store.
Although the risks and uncertainty associated with entrepreneurship make it intimidating for many, some Bruins have taken that step to change the world.
Alumnus Barry Eggers, the founding partner at Lightspeed Venture Partners, said he applauds the entrepreneurial spirit on UCLA’s campus he sees now, an encouraging development since he was an undergraduate in the ’80s.
“What are you going to do with an English degree?” or “How are you going to pay your bills after majoring in sociology?” are questions that may sound familiar to humanities students.
Scrolling through social media or watching television is the default decompression activity for many, and spending time outdoors is often overlooked.
While laying down and putting on a good show may be tempting, research shows that spending time outside every day can be more beneficial.
While summer serves as a time of rest and recuperation for Bruins, the transition from a holiday to the academic commitments of fall quarter can be a stressful experience, whether a student is going into their first year or their last year in Westwood.
Discovering unique means of self-expression is often a central experience for Bruins. Some students utilize art in particular as a form of stress relief, a step to launching their own businesses or a way to channel their personal passions into tangible creations.s
Regardless of how long they have been creating art or what medium they prefer to use, many Bruin creatives have a unique and special relationship with art.
This post was updated on 8/14/2022 at 8:03 p.m.
Between classes, jobs and extracurriculars during the school year, many Bruins can’t catch a break – or at least one long enough to pursue hobbies.
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