Monday, December 9


The original "Black Christmas" movie was released one year after Roe v. Wade and included themes of female empowerment, a shift from traditional horror films. In light of recent "heartbeat" bill legislation, the remake of "Black Christmas" slated for release in December could serve as a reminder for women's rights. (Amy Dixon/Daily Bruin senior staff)

The Quad: ‘Black Christmas’ remake to regift feminism to horror genre 45 years later

Christmas came early this year – at least, if you’re a horror fan. ‘Tis the season for nostalgia, since early last month, two high-profile projects were unveiled. Read more...

Photo: The original "Black Christmas" movie was released one year after Roe v. Wade and included themes of female empowerment, a shift from traditional horror films. In light of recent "heartbeat" bill legislation, the remake of "Black Christmas" slated for release in December could serve as a reminder for women's rights. (Amy Dixon/Daily Bruin senior staff)

The original "Black Christmas" movie was released one year after Roe v. Wade and included themes of female empowerment, a shift from traditional horror films. In light of recent "heartbeat" bill legislation, the remake of "Black Christmas" slated for release in December could serve as a reminder for women's rights. (Amy Dixon/Daily Bruin senior staff)





With the rise of the craft coffee movement in Los Angeles, students are turning to specialty cafes like the new Upside Down shop in Westwood, an art, community and coffee space. (Kanishka Mehra/Daily Bruin)

The Quad: Why specialty coffee shops have bean on the rise, culture surrounding them

When I envision the perfect homework setup for a Sunday morning, I expect the typical lecture notes and essay outlines. But more than anything, I look forward to my oat milk latte at one of the many craft coffee spots in Los Angeles. Read more...

Photo: With the rise of the craft coffee movement in Los Angeles, students are turning to specialty cafes like the new Upside Down shop in Westwood, an art, community and coffee space. (Kanishka Mehra/Daily Bruin)

With the rise of the craft coffee movement in Los Angeles, students are turning to specialty cafes like the new Upside Down shop in Westwood, an art, community and coffee space. (Kanishka Mehra/Daily Bruin)


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