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Spring Quarter Speaker Roundup

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It’s not every day that a former Secretary of State/U.S. Senator/first lady gives a lecture on campus, but that doesn’t mean you should stop taking advantage of the numerous speaking engagements and special events offered to UCLA students at low to no cost. Lectures, presentations, and other forum-type events are a great way to intellectually stimulate yourself and an enlightening addendum to your spring entertainment calendar, most likely already packed with Spring Sing, JazzReggae Festival, and (perhaps) Coachella. I combed through the events calendar at the Hammer, UCLA, Happenings, and the CTO website to bring you the top 6 low-cost, high-interest events you should try to come out for this quarter: (more…)

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Culture

Aerial Silks with Kylie Carrigan

Stephanie Orpilla / Daily BruinKylie Carrigan is basically Westwood’s friendly neighborhood Spiderwoman. This quarter, she will finish her fifth year at UCLA and graduate with a double major in art and psychology and two minors in anthropology and applied developmental psychology. Kylie works multiple jobs including being an Resident Assistant in Rieber Vista, and OH YEAH, she swings through the air on silks in her free time and gives lessons in Westwood. This week, Mojo asked Kylie more about aerial silks. (more…)

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How-to

How to Find an Internship on BruinView

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As we look forward to summer, many of us Bruins are beginning to hunt for summer internships. However, using BruinView to find jobs can be quite complicated and overwhelming when trying to narrow down your search. Here are some tips to help you manage the site and take advantage of it so you can find the best internship for you. (more…)

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