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Food and Dining

Seed Bread: Health-Eating Resolution Step #1

Amy Giroux / Daily Bruin

The love affair began in Germany. When I first arrived in Düsseldorf, Germany this past July, I did not look for nor expect that the key to my heart would be nestled among other delicious loaves of fresh bread at Hinkel bakery. It was here that I experienced my first authentic saatenbrot (seed bread), and I have been dreaming about ways to recreate it ever since. (more…)

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Arts & Entertainment

Television Shows Returning January 2014

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Let’s be honest, we all know what we’re really looking forward to in the new year: all of our favorite TV shows coming back. January ends the hiatus for some of our best distractions, so we can finally slip back into our normal routines of pretending to do work while we’re really watching the latest episode of “Parks and Recreation.”

Here’s a list of some of the shows coming off of hiatus and saving us from boredom. (more…)

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Mojo Asks Students

Mojo Asks Students: What Are Your Best Tips For Picking A Roommate?

From the farting-while-slumbering roommate to the apartment-mate who throws parties every weekend, we’ve all heard the stories of roommates from hell. With the time to decide on living arrangements for next year drawing nigh (MyUCLA Housing applications are due by Jan. 28 at 4 p.m.), students now must consider who they want to live with and where. Mojo asked students for tips and advice on how to avoid a living situation disaster for the upcoming academic year.

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How-to

Five Ways to Make the Most of Weeks 1 and 2

HAPPY WINTER QUARTER

Ah, it’s time to make the important decision all UCLA students face at the beginning of every quarter – to make the most academically of the first couple weeks, or to save our strength for week 3 when midterms begin popping up for many of us. No matter how much more inclined you may be to choose the latter option, Mojo encourages you to start strong and finish strong. With that in mind, here are five ways to make the most of weeks 1 and 2. (more…)

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Arts & Entertainment

CEC Sneak Peek of “The Grand Budapest Hotel”

If you haven’t heard of Wes Anderson, you need to stop what you are doing and Wikipedia him right now. Once you do, you’ll realize what has been missing from your life up to this point. Then you’ll be wishing you snagged a ticket to the CEC sneak peek of his new film “The Grand Budapest Hotel” Thursday at 9 p.m. in Ackerman Grand Ballroom. Here are four reasons that we wish we had a ticket: (more…)

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