“I am frequently told I am the gayest straight person you will ever meet.”
That’s the opening line of a spoken word performance by fifth-year physiological science student Dave Anders-Richards. A video of the performance, which took place in the Kerckhoff Art Gallery at UCLA, now boasts more than 9,000 views on YouTube. The title of the piece is “Enigma.” (more…)
When midterms wind down and finals start up, there are usually two routes for the average college student to take. If you’re studious and on top of things, now might be when you start to spend more time in Powell than you do in your own dorm. But if you’re a procrastinator, you might find a sudden interest in everything except what you need to do.
One of the leading modes of procrastination is Netflix – where you can mooch off of your parents’ account and waste the day away living vicariously through a zombie slayer or a damsel in distress. Fun as it may seem to ignore your responsibilities and engross yourself in a scripted world, it does come with some drawbacks. Here are a few reasons why college students and Netflix have a love/hate relationship.
It’s 4 a.m., and Fat Sal’s is closed. Your stomach is grumbling, but the Denny’s in Westwood just won’t do the trick. You want some real food, not just the stuff of greasy, after-party noshing. Where can you go? If you’re willing to make the trip out of Westwood, here are five places that serve up everything including American comfort and Korean barbecue.
Leftovers. The very word is unappealing, and most of the time the actual food form is not much more appetizing. But during midterms season, it feels like that’s all there is to eat.
On a college student budget, I can’t afford to throw away food. But eating zucchini five days in a row is just not my thing. My secret? Transforming leftover veggies into a brand-new, tummy-warming creation! (more…)