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DIY: Make T-Shirts Into Tank Tops

 Jessica Korn / Daily BruinThis wave of heat is getting to be ridiculous. For the past week it hasn’t been below 90 degrees, and we’ve all been tanning, sunburning and sweating to death. To help you keep cool and avoid inevitable pit stains, here are step-by-step directions for cutting your T-shirts into tank tops. (more…)

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Laundry Tips From Mom


This past weekend was quite eventful. In addition to spending time recovering from previous midterms and spending time preparing for upcoming midterms, I also managed to do my laundry … and shrink some of my clothes. Too ashamed to ask my roommate for advice, I turned to Google, which told me to spend my Saturday night sitting in the bathtub, soaking in warm water, while wearing my favorite jeans that I had shrunk to an unimaginable size just hours earlier.

What can I say? Google’s pretty creative. But honestly, most of the advice I received for reviving my clothes back to human size was just way too demanding. So, I caved and called my mom, because up until then, I had pretty much ignored all those little (but actually HUGE) things she had told me about doing laundry before I headed off to college. Hopefully you’ll learn from my mistakes and your clothes won’t have to suffer like mine did (RIP favorite jeans). After all, prevention is key, so here are five laundry tips from mom. (more…)

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UCLA Problems (told in Emojis)

1. Long lines

Stephanie Orpilla / Daily Bruin

Whether it’s for Spring Sing tickets, the bus to a football game, or the veggie station at Bruin Plate, we always seem to be waiting in line for something. That’s the problem with having 42,163 people on one campus. If only UCLA had some kind of FASTPASS system like Disneyland. (more…)

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Arts & Entertainment

The Top Five Acts You Can Expect to See at Spring Sing


As one of UCLA’s greatest traditions approaches, most of the campus quivers with anticipation to find out the secret and exciting acts that will be featured this year. “Will it be as good as last year??” is the thought creeping up in the back of everyone’s mind. Let’s hope that every year just gets bigger and better, a trend illustrated by last year’s epic move back into the brand new Pauley Pavilion. But just so you’re not too surprised, here are our performer predictions: (more…)

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