(Left to right: Courtesy of Katelyn Mires, Courtesy of Daniella Masrour)
Bruins are quite literally bending over backward to prioritize self-care on top of their busy schedules.
Apart from being UCLA students, third-year gender studies student Katelyn Mires and third-year communication student Daniella Masrour are also yoga instructors at CorePower Yoga in Westwood.
Not only has the pandemic changed the way we work, it has transformed the way we think about work.
Hustle culture is defined as a craze where people place professional aspirations at the forefront of everything else.
This post was updated May 9 at 11:27 p.m.
April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month, but fellow Bruins and Los Angeles community members say awareness and advocacy are important all year round.
April has traditionally been known as Autism Awareness Month, but many are pushing to celebrate neurodiversity with Autism Acceptance Month instead.
The significance behind awareness versus acceptance is nuanced.
The last few years have seen an increase in partisanship – according to the Pew Research Center, the approval rating of the president has never been more polarized than under the Trump administration.
At the end of every quarter, Bruins are asked to complete course evaluations for their professors and teaching assistants, and while the extra task may be an inconvenience to some students, the feedback is often cherished by professors.
Times have changed and so have pronouns.
Though it is common for students to share their preferred pronouns on their social media accounts, Zoom display names or email signatures, getting to a place at which one feels comfortable disclosing their pronouns is not a straightforward process.
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