(Vaibhavi Patankar/Daily Bruin)
As UCLA enters a new academic year, it comes time for many Bruins to trade in their dorm meal plans for the pots and pans of cooking in apartments.
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 August 7 at 10:18 p.m.
While some students may take the summer to travel as far as they can from school, other Bruins are using the relaxing season to take on a variety of responsibilities.
According to the New York Times, by the end of the 1960s, an influx of Asian immigrants to the United States allowed enclave communities, many of which depended on family-run restaurants, to flourish.
This post was updated July 24 at 8:24 p.m.
Following the end of spring quarter, summer internships, classes and jobs kick into gear. While some students returned home for the break, others are sticking around to build their résumés and experience Los Angeles in the summertime.
This post was updated on July 17 at 11:42 p.m.
Every holiday season growing up, people would ask me what I was doing for Christmas, to which I would reply, “I am celebrating Hanukkah because I am Jewish.”
I was usually met with some variation of the response, “Wait, so you don’t celebrate Christmas at all?”
Such a question from my non-Jewish friends and peers always felt innocent but personal.
This post was updated July 10 at 10:43 p.m.
UCLA researchers are unraveling the biological mechanisms behind the sensation of fear, a powerful physiological response to perceived dangers that can bypass conscious thought and alter behavior.
This post was updated June 5 at 1:57 p.m.
Students are often unsure of what life after their undergraduate years will look like.
Many students decide to continue their academic careers through graduate and doctoral programs.
The COVID-19 pandemic has had many lasting effects, not only in terms of public health but also on the development of children and young adults. UCLA Bruins are no exception.
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