This post was updated June 27 at 12:44 a.m.
Musicians are bringing the heat with vibrant summer releases.
While some artists are offering intimate interpretations of past experiences – such as bringing new life to heartbreak – others have their eyes set on the future with more upbeat anthems.
For Laura Campos, business is blooming.
The second-year human biology and society student handcrafts pieces, including wired and beaded jewelry, which she sells through her small business, Laura’s Lovely Crafts.
This post was updated May 25 at 10:19 p.m..
Ashley Chen is putting the sign in design.
The second-year economics and philosophy student will debut several original designs focused on the zodiac signs of the Western astrological calendar during Fashion and Student Trends at UCLA’s annual runway show.
This post was updated May 22 at 9:15 p.m.
Spring Sing has soared once again.
On Friday, Spring Sing brought joy and harmony to an eager crowd at the Los Angeles Tennis Center.
This post was updated May 19 at 12:45 a.m.
Guitar in hand, Carly Wood is prepared to shine as a single voice.
Participating in a UCLA tradition she knew she wanted to be a part of since her freshman year, the fourth-year musical theater student will take on Spring Sing solo, performing an original song centered on themes of love and loss.
Through the lens of Sey Yang lies an intimate experience with the past and present.
The second-year art student utilizes film photography to create personal pieces that aim to place authenticity, identity and interconnectedness at their center by fostering an in-depth understanding of their subjects.
Taking inspiration from the season’s plants, new music is sprouting up.
Spring marks a changing period of life, where the old and familiar is regenerated by the warmer weather and sunnier skies.
The artistic arsenal of Agnes Lin stretches from canvas to cloth.
The third-year art and art history student said her projects spanning various mediums have allowed for in-depth explorations of her femininity and sense of self.
Bright new films are in full bloom this spring.
To start off the sunny season, upcoming film releases are stirring up more buzz than the bees.
This post was last updated on 4/6/2022 at 9:05 PM
The Pediatric AIDS Coalition at UCLA put on its dancing shoes for charity.
On Saturday, PAC at UCLA hosted its annual Dance Marathon fundraiser at Drake Stadium and ended the event raising $112,805.42.
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