(Isabella Lee/Daily Bruin)
Television screens are blazing hotter than ever this summer.
Along with the heat waves, this summer’s TV selections will leave audiences anything but cool. Whether viewers watch them at home or on the go, the epic finales of critically acclaimed series and the return of New York’s favorite paranormal roommates and crime investigators are sure to be sizzling.
Inna Faliks is changing the tune on familiar classics.
On June 22 at the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts, the head of piano performance will play a concert featuring Ludwig Van Beethoven’s “Bagatelles, Op.
This post was updated June 27 at 12:48 a.m.
As the summer sun comes out to shine, so are Hollywood’s most anticipated titles.
With the temperature rising, viewers can keep cool in theaters by watching the must-see films of the summer.
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.
Fully student-run, the University Cooperative Housing Association is housing a legacy of community.
Founded in 1936, the UCHA co-op is a nonprofit organization that provides affordable housing for students and the larger academic community in Westwood.
Jackie Amézquita is grafting her past experiences with new growth.
Utilizing natural materials such as produce and soil, the graduate student in fine arts said her mixed media work is closely linked to her personal memories, from her childhood in Central America to her migration experience as a teenager.
One student’s part-time job has blossomed into her own business.
Michelle Miranda, a second-year political science student, is the owner of “Garden by Michelle,” an Instagram-based floral shop.
One larger-than-life insect is taking over a college campus.
The insect in question is Grasshopper, a novice superhero at the center of fourth-year mathematics of computation student Rohan Bansal’s short film “The Grasshopper.” Produced by the Film & Photography Society, the film follows the story of a civilian vigilante, who is a college student by day but a superhero-in-training by night, Bansal said.
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