Friday, May 24

Tula B. Strong: A Look into Post-Modern Dance

Tula B. Strong, a second-year MFA and Dance Candidate at the World Arts and Cultures/Dance Department, tells us about her work in progress, “There is a River,” and explores what dance means to her.

Tula’s piece was featured at the MFA 2 Concert this Friday, March 8th, at 8 pm in the Glorya Kaufman Hall Dance Theater Room 200 for free. The concert was presented by the UCLA Department of World & Arts Cultures/Dance.

UCLA LGBT+ Living and Resources

Third-year student Gustavo De Santiago explains his personal experiences with and leadership in the gender, sexuality and society living learning community and goes over a few facets of being LGBTQ+ at UCLA. More »

Divided: First and Fourth Years

In this episode, we interview several first years and fourth years to see how much students at UCLA grow over time. We take a look at what dreams and aspirations UCLA students share and turns out, first years and fourth years have more in common than we think! More »

Video: A $20 Day in LA

Elena Brown, an Arts contributor, spends a day eating and exploring in Los Angeles for under $20. Locations she visited include Grand Central Market, The Last Bookstore, Little Tokyo, Milk+T and Bae. More »

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