Kay Redfield Jamison knows depressive illnesses as both a patient and a doctor.
Jeffrey Vinokur M.S. ’13 found a way to combine his two loves: chemistry and hip-hop.
From Lithuania to Los Angeles and on into the jungles of Costa Rica, a fascination with primates has taken Kotrina Kajokaite around the world.
Bruin Drew Greenberg loved storytelling more than anything, and he has written for some of the most iconic characters in recent TV history.
Allison “Hueman” Torneros ’08 has made a colorful splash since graduating from UCLA. A lot of colorful splashes, in fact.
Basic cable is the go-to place for TV dramas. Michael Wright ’87, executive vice president and head of programming for Turner cable networks, is a big reason why.
Kahi Lee ’99, founder of design firm Kahi Lee Lifestyle, recently designed a luxury penthouse for the just-opened W Hollywood.
Eric Morris M.A. ’06 was a child actor and a TV screenwriter. But he left the roar of the crowd for a career as an urban scholar.
In his new book, the basketball player chronicles the remarkable Harlem Renaissance of the ’20s and ’30s.