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Jan. 21, 2023 4:01 p.m.
Mae Noland paints whimsical creations to contrast a technological world

Four paintings filled with varying blue and green hues are displayed in a gallery. The works by fourth-year art student Mae Noland will be on display in the UCLA Little Gallery until Jan. 22. (Anika Chakrabarti/Photo editor)

This post was updated Jan. 22 at 8:31 p.m.
Mae Noland’s mystical, monochromatic paintings mesmerize.
The fourth-year art student creates whimsical works that utilize nature and creatures as the main inspirations to contrast society’s constant use of technology.

By Hailey Esses


Jan. 18, 2023 8:11 p.m.
Shenanigans Comedy Club to highlight new, old voices in winter showcase

Laughter is contagious at Shenanigans Comedy Club.
This Friday, Shenanigans will be hosting its winter comedy kickoff show at Kerckhoff Hall Grand Salon. The event will showcase the content that members have been working and improving upon since the fal.

By Sanjana Chadive


Oct. 20, 2022 11:16 p.m.

UCLA alumnus explores cycles of life and death in ceramics exhibit

From the aging process of clay comes a garden of life.
Curated by alumnus Charles Snowden, the exhibit, “Senescent Stone,” is on display at the Shulamit Nazarian until Oct.

By Caden Chow

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