A new party app is popping into UCLA.
Co-founded by second-year computer science student Tejes Srivalsan, Poppin – a social app aimed to provide a safe party experience for students – is now available to download on the App Store.
This post was updated Sept. 5 at 9:25 p.m.
Maddie Park is singing her way through tangled feelings.
After graduating in June 2021, the alumnus said she utilized the past year to pursue her passion for music, writing seven singles tackling conflicting romantic feelings.
Now playing at the James Bridges Theater is the Bruin Film Society.
Leading the movie screening club, president and rising third-year English student Devin Bosley seeks to continue the Bruin Film Society’s legacy as an inclusive space for students to discuss everything related to film.
Colin Curtis is breaking bread in Westwood.
Originally baking as a hobby, the third-year mathematics of computation student said he spontaneously started a bread business called Bussin Bread after realizing there were few places in Westwood that served freshly baked bread.
Music isn’t just sound.
Striving to create a more inclusive space in the language used to describe music, the UCLA Practice-Based Experimental Epistemology Research Lab, musicology professor Nina Eidsheim and Durham University music analysis assistant professor Daniel Walden have collaborated to host a virtual symposium occurring Friday and Saturday.
“Bedtime” is tucking in the elephant in the room.
The short film is fourth-year sociology student and director Bri Lageyre’s depiction of the female college student experience, shown through the lens of two roommates, Kenna and Carla, getting ready for bed.
With the long nights of winter approaching, gamers hibernate in their gaming dens as developers release a flurry of new titles for them to consume. Whether it’s combating alien life forms or role-playing in mythical realms, entertainment that will last the entire season lies ahead.
This post was updated Jan. 10 at 12:35 p.m.
Hiyo is bringing everyone to the party.
Founded by alumnus Evan Quinn and George Youmans, the company aims to provide novel alternatives for individuals seeking socialization without drinking alcohol.
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