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Dylan Skolnik is a fourth year Sociology and FIlm student at University of California, Los Angeles.[1]  He is a graphic designer for the Daily Bruin, the founder of the Lawn Blanket Society at UCLA, and the founder of Penthouse Records.[1] Dylan coined the term and lifestyle movement Indule and resides in a penthouse in Westwood, CA with Miles Anthony amongst many other pentbauses. [✔]  Dylan is an active supporter of the Baus movement. [✔]

 

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Dylan is very talented in video production, and has made a few TV shows of his own, most notably his award winning show this summer called Session C.[2]  Dylan also founded Dylbigdyl Productions at a very early age. Currently, Dylan works as an intern at MGM Studios.[1]

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    Mahbod Moghadam    •  10 months, 3 weeks ago
    This man is a baus through and through!
Created: Sept. 28, 2016, 4:43 a.m.
Last Modified: Jan. 15, 2017, 11:54 a.m.