Icelandic boutique hosts LA-based designers at pop-up event

Sarah Corsa

March 24, 2015

Filed under A&E, Arts & Entertainment, Fashion, Off campus

Over 4,000 miles from its namesake and currently 50 degrees warmer, Reykjavik Outpost took advantage of its LA locale to bring artists and designers to Saturday's pop-up shop event. The local talent infiltrated the Icelandic... Read more »

ISIS continues spree of artifact destruction

Taylor Majewski

March 24, 2015

Filed under A&E, Arts & Entertainment, Fine Art, Off campus

From 1933 until the end of World War II, the Nazi Party of Germany committed art theft on a massive scale, stealing over 650,000 works throughout Europe. It was the greatest art theft in history and a devastating blow to Europe's... Read more »

Wourms helps bring hip-hop collective to LA

Malcolm MacLeod

March 24, 2015

Filed under A&E, Arts & Entertainment, Music, Off campus

Kelly Wourms (senior) is putting his classroom education in Media Arts and Culture to work in the real world under his stage name, Terrys Tacos. As... Read more »

Tech giants compete for architectural dominance

Taylor Majewski

March 17, 2015

Filed under A&E, Artfx, Arts & Entertainment

There is an unexpected love affair going on in Silicon Valley. As tech titans like Google, Facebook and Apple jockey for supremacy in the ever-changing digital age, they have partnered with the most eminent architects of our... Read more »

Fake documentary reveals constructed histories

Demi Duenes

March 17, 2015

Filed under A&E, Arts & Entertainment, Movies, On campus

Students often assume the history they learn about through museums, textbooks or historians is an accurate and truthful narrative. Filmmaker Jesse Lerner challenges this assumption in his film, "Ruins: A Fake Documentary,"... Read more »