In the words of Usher, “These are my confessionsssss…..”
Every time I was in U.C.L.A. I was with my ex-girlfriend
Every time you called I told you,
“Baby I’m studying.” (No!)
I was out doing my dirt (Oh!)
Wasn’t thinkin’ ’bout you gettin’ hurt
(I) was hand in hand in the Ackerman Union like man
Not givin’ a damn who spots me on Bruin Walk
So gone (I know)
So wrong (just listen)
Have anything else you want to confess ? Comment below or tweet us @dbmojo.
Fun fitness fact: Did you know that consistent high intensity work for 4-10 minutes will improve your ability to do 20-40 minutes of lower intensity endurance activity?
In other words, you could do just 4-10 minutes of hard work and gain more fitness than you would if you spent 30 minutes on a steady state cardio machine. We college students are always complaining about not having enough time… so why not save 20 minutes on your workout while still gaining fitness?
Today’s track workout combines running with a few other exercises to help increase your strength while getting a cardio workout in as well. When you’re working, you’re working as hard as you can for that interval. The workout will take anywhere from 10-15 minutes to complete, depending on your fitness level. The rest period is not designed for you to completely recover – by not fully recovering from each round, you’ll have to work harder. (more…)
Last year at Coachella, Jimmy Kimmel pulled a Lie Witness News prank in which he asked people what they think about bands so obscure that they don’t exist. Weekend 1 of Coachella 2014 starts this Friday, and we at Mojo don’t want to see any Bruins on Lie Witness News. Take this quiz to find out if you can distinguish a true Coachella 2014 band from fake ones.
One of the best things to have in life is a sibling. Although some of us may classify our relationship with our siblings as “love-hate,” today is the day to celebrate all they’ve done for us. It’s National Siblings Day, and yes, it’s a real holiday.
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…)