Alyssa Vu, Faith Yuan and Sheridan Ohlinger wear their favorite outfits. The three students are a part of RefineLA, a campus organization that focuses on sustainability in fashion. (From left to right: Courtesy of Alyssa Vu, Courtesy of Faith Yuan, Courtesy of Sheridan Ohlinger)
Style and sustainability are being redefined at RefineLA.
Led by fourth-year statistics student and club president Sheridan Ohlinger, RefineLA is a student organization devoted to making environmentally conscious fashion easily available to both UCLA students and the greater Los Angeles area.
It’s out with the old and in with the year’s newest video games. Franchise favorites and fantastical adventures define this quarter’s releases, offering new interactive journeys for players of all varieties.
While cool weather might keep readers indoors, new winter literary releases are sure to warm their hearts and engage their minds. Ranging from mythical retellings to amorous advice, these winter releases promise inviting tales for all.
Cristina Williams is inking vivid visuals to life.
The fourth-year world arts and cultures student offers tattoo services through her brand Art of the Ink Tattoos, where she said she connects with clients to fulfill their ideas for a tattoo design.
Mark Lin is cooking up a sweet storm of slimes.
The first-year pre-business economics student is the creator behind the online slime business Sliimeyhoney. He said he first started making slime as a hobby when it was trending around 2018 and began his business in June 2020 as a way to share his products and the stress-relieving effect of playing with slime.
Through sweet potato pancakes and Al Green songs, Kennedy Ryan tells a love story that readers will never want to let go.
Released Nov. 15, the author’s newest romance novel, “Before I Let Go,” follows Yasmen and Josiah, a couple who are forced to face two familial losses within the span of a week, leading to the dissolution of their marriage.
This post was updated Nov. 30 at 8:47 p.m.
Mona Moshfegh is taking things slow with her new small business.
The fourth-year Japanese language and culture and psychobiology student is the artist behind two small businesses, Onsen Soup and Slow Bump.
This post was updated Nov. 30 at 8:44 p.m.
Kayla Murillo is stringing culture and business together.
The second-year sociology student said she uses her business, Pulseritas by Kayla, as an opportunity to connect with her customers and her Mexican heritage by crafting handmade jewelry.
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