Saturday, October 20

Alumni Adam Carr and Nathaniel Meek created a comedic web series based on working as telemarketers at the Geffen Playhouse in Westwood. One television-worthy moment was when Carr found out his workplace crush was a sex addict and already dating another worker of the call room. (Miriam Bribiesca/Photo editor)
Alumni Adam Carr and Nathaniel Meek created a comedic web series based on working as telemarketers at the Geffen Playhouse in Westwood. One television-worthy moment was when Carr found out his workplace crush was a sex addict and already dating another worker of the call room. (Miriam Bribiesca/Photo editor)

“A Tale of Two M.A.A.D. Citiez” was playwright Brandon Rainey’s response  to gang violence-related tragedies that occurred in the summer of 2015. The play  will be put on by the UCLA  Afrikan Arts Ensemble on Sunday in the Northwest Auditorium. (Zinnia Moreno/Daily Bruin)
“A Tale of Two M.A.A.D. Citiez” was playwright Brandon Rainey’s response  to gang violence-related tragedies that occurred in the summer of 2015. The play  will be put on by the UCLA  Afrikan Arts Ensemble on Sunday in the Northwest Auditorium. (Zinnia Moreno/Daily Bruin)

First-year undeclared student CoryAnne Roberts always heard that she resembled her supermodel mother in her height and features. Though she admired her mother, Roberts said she wanted to make her own path as a model – now, she is represented by L.A. Models and has modeled for brands like Brandy Melville, Levi’s and MAC cosmetics. (Courtesy of Fiorenzo Nisi)
First-year undeclared student CoryAnne Roberts always heard that she resembled her supermodel mother in her height and features. Though she admired her mother, Roberts said she wanted to make her own path as a model – now, she is represented by L.A. Models and has modeled for brands like Brandy Melville, Levi’s and MAC cosmetics. (Courtesy of Fiorenzo Nisi)

UCLA housing will host a panel discussion and Q&A with Jessica O’Toole (left) and Amy Rardin,  executive producers and writers for The CW’s “Jane the Virgin” Tuesday in the De Neve auditorium.The discussion will be moderated by UCLA TFT professors Sean Metzger and Kristy Guevara-Flanagan.  (Courtesy of Megan O'Toole)
UCLA housing will host a panel discussion and Q&A with Jessica O’Toole (left) and Amy Rardin,  executive producers and writers for The CW’s “Jane the Virgin” Tuesday in the De Neve auditorium.The discussion will be moderated by UCLA TFT professors Sean Metzger and Kristy Guevara-Flanagan.  (Courtesy of Megan O'Toole)

Comedy group Hot Chocolate Party, composed of UCLA alumni who participated in Spring Sing's Company, made a music video to accompany its song "Swipe (The Tinder Song)." The music video, released March 14, was shot in one take, with the camera rotating continuously in one direction to mimic the swiping motions users' fingers make on Tinder. (Kathy Chen/Daily Bruin)
Comedy group Hot Chocolate Party, composed of UCLA alumni who participated in Spring Sing's Company, made a music video to accompany its song "Swipe (The Tinder Song)." The music video, released March 14, was shot in one take, with the camera rotating continuously in one direction to mimic the swiping motions users' fingers make on Tinder. (Kathy Chen/Daily Bruin)

UCLA graduate student of ethnomusicology Rose Boomsma, who is also a classical Western flutist, has been learning how to play the Chinese dizi for the past three years. (Anisha Joshi/Daily bruin)
UCLA graduate student of ethnomusicology Rose Boomsma, who is also a classical Western flutist, has been learning how to play the Chinese dizi for the past three years. (Anisha Joshi/Daily bruin)

Kendrick Lamar performed his songs "The Blacker the Berry" and "Alight" at the Grammy Awards show Monday night. (Kevin Winter/WireImage.com)

Second Take: Best and worst performances of the 58th annual Grammy Awards

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Kendrick Lamar performed his songs "The Blacker the Berry" and "Alight" at the Grammy Awards show Monday night. (Kevin Winter/WireImage.com)