(Alice Zhang/Daily Bruin)
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.
For many Los Angeles residents, the best part of the weekend is often a leisurely midday gathering featuring an amalgamation of food and drinks and socialization with loved ones.
Westwood is enriching its cultural culinary experience with the upcoming opening of a highly popular Pan-Asian supermarket chain with 51 locations across seven states. That’s right Bruins: 99 Ranch Market is coming to Westwood!
Throw away your fashion catalogs because it seems there’s only one trend that will endure 2020’s uncertainty: the face mask.
From medical-grade to DIY, masks have been put in high demand because of the COVID-19 health crisis – and it’s important to know what’s what.
A few months ago, spraining a wrist or having some stomach pain would lead to a regular check-up at the hospital. But with COVID-19 changing almost all aspects of our lives, how do you know where to go for these needs?
Face-masked and strapped with sanitizer, I couldn’t find fresh tomatoes and basil on the lonely shelves of my nearest grocery store.
Then, I remembered that I had a few tomato seeds waiting to be planted at home.
The novel coronavirus does not discriminate in its victims – but the American experience with this virus is divided depending on the circumstances of each individual.
Spring quarter is well underway, and many of us are still coming to terms with the new reality of online midterms, Zoom malfunctions and a short supply of personal space – and toilet paper.
As Westwood Village starts to turn into a ghost town after the depopulation of students, a question remains in the settling dust: How will smaller local businesses survive the next harrowing months?
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