“Even after the flesh perishes, one can still live in the hearts of others, together with the feelings one has for them. Therefore the story of love must be told many times so that the spirits of lovers may live forever. Forever. The only thing that never perishes … the only promise is love.”
We are all aware that working to save the Earth will in turn save us, but this sort of thinking is detrimental to the progress being made toward the climate crisis. Shifting our mindsets to value what the planet offers in itself rather than just for what it offers us will ultimately lead to positive environmental action.
“Everything Everywhere All at Once” is a multiverse thriller that is absurdist yet profoundly rooted in an exploration of the gaps of understanding that exist between first- and second-generation Asian Americans.
“Make sure to join clubs!” “Eat at this dining hall for the best food on campus!” These are just a few of the phrases first-years often hear as they get accustomed to life at UCLA. While these sorts of reminders are important, there is one piece of advice that I find the most helpful: find the balance between work and play.
For newcomers to the bustling city of Los Angeles, it can be a challenge deciding which locations to visit. With this guide, you’ll get some of the highlights.