(post by Pauline Pechakijan) I interviewed Kathleen Sarnelli, a senior English major, and Manvel Kapukchyan, a senior Political Science major, on their journey together as a filmmaking duo. They have recently been working on their Los Angeles Drought Documentary with a number of honorable researchers in order to investigate whether or not El Nino couldContinue Reading
Nahal is a third-year English student who spends too much time consuming things under a feminist scope, online shopping, and writing half-finished pieces of fiction and poetry. She's typically griping about the lack of cats in her life.
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(post by Winston Bribach) About this time 52 years ago, February 28, 1964 to be exact, Rod Serling’s pioneering sci-fi show, The Twilight Zone, did something foreign. They aired an adaptation of Ambrose Bierce’s classic short story, “An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge.” That, however, was not unusual, as Serling loved showing his take onContinue Reading
(post by Melissa Villalon) (The radio personnel and hosts of Alma del Barrio. Photo courtesy of Getty Images) Alma del Barrio, or soul of the neighborhood, persists as one of the most successful Hispanic radio programs in the country, lasting for over forty years in Los Angeles. Two Loyola Marymount University students, Enrique Soto and Raul Villa,Continue Reading
(post by Pauline Pechakjian) Lana Del Rey has built her career off of beautiful melodies paired with her delicately haunting voice that evoke rich, nostalgic sensory images and memories existing in the imagination of her musical persona. To date, the songstress, whose real name is Elizabeth Grant, has released four studio albums over the past fourContinue Reading
(post by Dylan Karlsson) Fred D’Aguiar is a British-Guyanese poet, novelist and playwright, and now UCLA’s Director of Creative Writing. In preparation for his reading at the Hammer Museum with Justin Torres, Assistant Professor of English, Westwind, UCLA’s Journal of the Arts, chatted with him on his writing, his plans and his process. How doContinue Reading
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