The Absolute 3 Best Winter Drinks for your Holidays


Christmas is a cold time. How can we keep warm at this time?

1. Hot cocoa is da best. Sprinkle some soft marshmallows into the mug and watch as they melt into the chocolately goodness. Just imagine curling up on a couch in your ugly christmas sweater to a nice Christmas movie. For Christmas purposes, throw a candy cane in there for good measure.

2. Coffee is a main student staple. But how about trying some marshmallows in them too? Treat yourself to a white chocolate coffee this winter. Use it as a pick-me-up for cold rainy days!

3. Butterbeer. The stuff of Harry Potter. If you are 21, try some beer, with some sugar and butter and you’ll have your own butterbeer. If you’re too lazy to make your own drink, you can head down to your local Starbucks and order this secret recipe. The beer will keep you warm this Christmas!

And that’s that! Bottoms up, everyone.

Off the Record: Jackson Mercer

Courtesy of Norm Levin Photography & Jackson Mercer

Courtesy of Norm Levin Photography & Jackson Mercer

We’re back with another feature of talented musician on campus! Today, we are featuring Jackson Mercer, a third year Jewish Studies major. Watch this awesome music video by Studio 22 and check out this interview to learn more Jackson and his passion for music.

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3 Ways you’ll Make your Winter Break Productive


So you’re finally going to finish that philosophy book you have at the back of your head. You’re absolutely sure it’d blow people away. It’d be about love, war, suffering, everything that matters. You know, all the important conversation topics at 2AM. Here’s how you’re going to do it (or whatever it is you’re trying to accomplish) this winter break:

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Free Stuff Every UCLA Student Has


So you’re almost done with your first quarter at UCLA, congratulations!  Even if you already feel like you know the ins and outs of this school, there are still some things that may surprise you.  Like did you know that as a UCLA student you have access to about a billion resources?!??!?  That may have been an exaggeration, but here are some good unknown resources for UCLA students!
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