Monday, September 25

Students Hannah Connery, Nathan Glovinsky and Natalina Cosenza (left to right) will take part in Company's performance at Spring Sing 2017. The 13-person comedy troupe will perform live sketches and will project prerecorded videos in between the talent acts Friday. Some of the sketches required out-of-state filming in Las Vegas and an animal rental, which defecated everywhere. (Emma Skinner/Daily Bruin)

Spring Sing 2017: Company ensemble prepares to deliver laughs with videos, live sketches

Hannah Connery drove to Las Vegas to film scenes for a Spring Sing comedy sketch with a 101-degree fever, coughing throughout the 12-hour video shoot. Connery, a third-year theater student, joined the ensemble Company this year because she was allured by the prospect of writing, filming and acting in Spring Sing’s comic relief team. Read more...

Photo: Students Hannah Connery, Nathan Glovinsky and Natalina Cosenza (left to right) will take part in Company's performance at Spring Sing 2017. The 13-person comedy troupe will perform live sketches and will project prerecorded videos in between the talent acts Friday. Some of the sketches required out-of-state filming in Las Vegas and an animal rental, which defecated everywhere. (Emma Skinner/Daily Bruin)

Students Hannah Connery, Nathan Glovinsky and Natalina Cosenza (left to right) will take part in Company's performance at Spring Sing 2017. The 13-person comedy troupe will perform live sketches and will project prerecorded videos in between the talent acts Friday. Some of the sketches required out-of-state filming in Las Vegas and an animal rental, which defecated everywhere. (Emma Skinner/Daily Bruin)

First-year biology student Emma Cole (left) and first-year environmental science student Emma Stanfield (right) wore simple bikinis with colorful designs – a classic swimsuit trend. (Anisha Joshi/Daily Bruin)

Students showcase classic swimsuit trends at Sunset Recreation

The grassy lawn by the Sunset Canyon Recreation Center pool is a prime location for students to flaunt their new swimsuit styles while soaking up the sun. Read more...

Photo: First-year biology student Emma Cole (left) and first-year environmental science student Emma Stanfield (right) wore simple bikinis with colorful designs – a classic swimsuit trend. (Anisha Joshi/Daily Bruin)

First-year biology student Emma Cole (left) and first-year environmental science student Emma Stanfield (right) wore simple bikinis with colorful designs – a classic swimsuit trend. (Anisha Joshi/Daily Bruin)


Club members of United Khmer Students of UCLA rehearse for their play "Lost in Translation" for this year's Cambodian Culture Night. "Lost in Translation" is based on the effects of the Cambodian genocide in the 1970s. (Eileen Lising/Daily Bruin)

Culture night explores intergenerational effects of Cambodian genocide

Melanie Tiang wanted to do her research before writing the script for this year’s United Khmer Students Culture Night play. Instead of turning to history books, she asked her fellow club members about their Cambodian upbringings. Read more...

Photo: Club members of United Khmer Students of UCLA rehearse for their play "Lost in Translation" for this year's Cambodian Culture Night. "Lost in Translation" is based on the effects of the Cambodian genocide in the 1970s. (Eileen Lising/Daily Bruin)

Club members of United Khmer Students of UCLA rehearse for their play "Lost in Translation" for this year's Cambodian Culture Night. "Lost in Translation" is based on the effects of the Cambodian genocide in the 1970s. (Eileen Lising/Daily Bruin)

The "Not Our President" mural is painted on the front entrance of The Smell, a music venue in downtown Los Angeles. Owner Jim Smith commissioned artist Sean Solomon to create the design, which Solomon completed in November. (Miriam Bribiesca/Photo editor)

Written on the Walls: Los Angeles street art illustrates history of political resistance

Political street art has become an outlet for advocacy among Los Angeles artists after the presidential election. Street art has a long history in the city’s urban culture; several LA streets feature murals with messages. Read more...

Photo: The "Not Our President" mural is painted on the front entrance of The Smell, a music venue in downtown Los Angeles. Owner Jim Smith commissioned artist Sean Solomon to create the design, which Solomon completed in November. (Miriam Bribiesca/Photo editor)

The "Not Our President" mural is painted on the front entrance of The Smell, a music venue in downtown Los Angeles. Owner Jim Smith commissioned artist Sean Solomon to create the design, which Solomon completed in November. (Miriam Bribiesca/Photo editor)

Members of the Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Club practice martial arts on Tuesdays and Thursdays. The sport includes many moves on the ground between opponents. (Ken Shin/Daily Bruin)

Jiujitsu club allows students to explore new athletic form

Ten bodies writhed around me on the padded blue mats of the John Wooden Blue Room, attempting to escape the grasps of their sparring partner. I witnessed the complicated sparring techniques of the members of the Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Club, which meets Tuesdays and Thursdays, and I became increasingly convinced that I would end up embarrassing myself attempting such technical attack poses. Read more...

Photo: Members of the Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Club practice martial arts on Tuesdays and Thursdays. The sport includes many moves on the ground between opponents. (Ken Shin/Daily Bruin)

Members of the Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Club practice martial arts on Tuesdays and Thursdays. The sport includes many moves on the ground between opponents. (Ken Shin/Daily Bruin)