“We’re All Going to the World’s Fair” is not a horror film; it’s barely even a film in the typical sense.
By Aydin Karatas, Shehreen Karim, and Ken Matsunaga For residents living on the Hill, The Study at Hedrick has proven to be a staple of residential dining. Its twenty-four hour study areas, including a glass reading room and blue-light room, invite students to grab their books, laptops, and notepads for a peaceful and productive study […]
When I was getting ready to move into my college dorm and leave my lifelong home, all I could think about was the past. All I could think about were the friends I’d probably never see again, my younger sisters that I wouldn’t see grow up, the past that would always remain history. These were […]
Raveena @ El Rey [5/28/22] Photos by Ethan Guffey As we pulled up to the El Rey Theatre, the line full of twenty-somethings dressed in bright colors and complex patterns on Wilshire Boulevard immediately caught our attention. “This is exactly what I expected Raveena fans to look like,” my photographer Ethan commented. Lots of matching […]
Dijon @ The Wiltern [6/4/22]
Rex Orange County @ Hollywood Bowl [6/4/2022]
Hovvdy @ The Lodge Room [6/3/2022]
On a warm Sunday afternoon, clothing swap organization, Worn Not Torn, made their way to UCLA’s campus, bringing students together for live performances, a large array of clothes to pick from, and dare I say, good vibes.
Quinn Christopherson, THAO, and Black Belt Eagle Scout @ The Teragram [05/06/21]
From spontaneous drives in the dead of night with people I had just met to unexpected benders filled with expectedly reckless behavior, I was eager to take every opportunity I had missed having spent the past year as a freshman online. Along the way, I met someone who I instantly clicked with.