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5 Grocery Stores Near UCLA That You Probably Haven’t Tried Yet

Remember our last post on grocery stores? Well, it’s time to upgrade your grocery shopping experience to the next level. Los Angeles encompasses an incredibly diverse community, and – lucky for us UCLA students – a handful of fabulous niche grocery stores are concentrated in the West L.A. area. Here is Mojo’s list of the top five grocery stores near UCLA that you probably haven’t tried yet, so you’ll never get bored of grocery shopping. (more…)

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Arts & Entertainment

National Karaoke Week Roundup


In case you haven’t heard, this week is National Karaoke Week (April 20-April 26). Not only does this give you another reason to go out with your friends, but karaoke-ing is fun, rewarding, stress-relieving, confidence-boosting, and can even help you get over your stage fright. Since you’re probably sold by now, here are four karaoke places where you can celebrate this week and show off your (amazing) vocal, and perhaps dancing, skills. (more…)

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Food and Dining

Dorm Room Recipe: Breakfast Cookie

IMG_20140414_151557092Finally, the words you’ve been waiting to hear: You can eat a cookie for breakfast! A no-bake, healthy (and delicious) cookie, that is. This recipe is really easy to make in your dorm room or apartment, and is perfect if you’re running late in the morning. You just mix up the dough the night before, press it into cookie shape and refrigerate it overnight.

Oats, nut butter, chia seeds and banana are the perfect satiating combo to give you energy all morning. You’ll start your day off on a healthy foot, while still getting to eat a massive cookie. Plus, you can throw in whatever mix-ins you’d like (chocolate chips, anyone?) and get creative with the toppings. (more…)

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How To: Tips for Studying for a Language Class

Unless you were lucky enough to test out of it, at some point during our time at UCLA we all will have to take a language class. For most majors the requirement is to take at least 3 quarters of a language course, but for others, such as linguistics, it can be as many as 9. A new language can be hard to grasp, especially if you’re like me and can ace the written portion, but get lost on the speaking and listening comprehension. To help make your language-learning experience run smoother, try these tips and you’ll be bilingual in no time. (more…)

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