Fifth-year student Simon Hirschfield said he and his bandmates enjoy adding political twists to their music. (Courtesy of Simon Hirschfield)
Finding your voice within overflowing social media feeds can be tough — but for some Bruins, art has been the perfect way to express both their individuality and political opinions.
Thanksgiving celebrations can be a heartwarming gathering of one’s family and loved ones – but once politics are served at the dinner table, things can get messy.
When second-year undeclared social sciences student Rachel Alexander learned that fall quarter would be online, she felt confused and unsteady. So, she drove 2,900 miles away from home to gain some perspective.
The beginning of fall quarter typically rings in a season of welcome events after what can be a grueling period of club recruitment. But, with this year’s social distancing restrictions and remote learning, UCLA club leaders have been searching for other ways to keep new and existing members engaged.
This Week in the News serves as The Quad’s space for reflection on current events at and around UCLA. Every week, Daily Bruin staffers will analyze some of the most significant stories to keep readers up to speed.
This October, Bruins might not find ghosts or zombies as terrifying as in previous years.
Instead, the real scare is figuring out how to battle higher education costs and mass unemployment amid a pandemic, all while trying not to fail midterms.
Imagine this: You’re strolling down Bruin Walk sipping your Bruin Plate peanut butter smoothie out of a biodegradable straw in a compostable cup courtesy of UCLA Dining.
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