Tuesday, August 20

Kelly Gluckman took the stage at Dance Marathon, discussing her own experience living with HIV for over eight years and performing a spoken word about the stigmas surrounding the virus. (Alice Naland/Daily Bruin)

Dance Marathon performer talks living with HIV, changing stigma surrounding it

Performer Kelly Gluckman, who has been living with HIV for more than eight years, said she feels healthier than ever before. Gluckman first took the stage in Pauley Pavilion around 3:30 a.m. Read more...

Photo: Kelly Gluckman took the stage at Dance Marathon, discussing her own experience living with HIV for over eight years and performing a spoken word about the stigmas surrounding the virus. (Alice Naland/Daily Bruin)

Kelly Gluckman took the stage at Dance Marathon, discussing her own experience living with HIV for over eight years and performing a spoken word about the stigmas surrounding the virus. (Alice Naland/Daily Bruin)

Jim Morrison, one of the founding members of The Doors, met his bandmate Ray Manzarek while the two were UCLA film students. The UCLA Film & Television Archive is working to preserve their student films with The Jim Morrison & Ray Manzarek Preservation Project. (Courtesy of Frank Lisciandro)

Archive opens doors to restoring films made by The Doors members

Jim Morrison and Ray Manzarek are best known as the founding band members of The Doors. But many do not know that their friendship dates back to their time as UCLA film students. Read more...

Photo: Jim Morrison, one of the founding members of The Doors, met his bandmate Ray Manzarek while the two were UCLA film students. The UCLA Film & Television Archive is working to preserve their student films with The Jim Morrison & Ray Manzarek Preservation Project. (Courtesy of Frank Lisciandro)

Jim Morrison, one of the founding members of The Doors, met his bandmate Ray Manzarek while the two were UCLA film students. The UCLA Film & Television Archive is working to preserve their student films with The Jim Morrison & Ray Manzarek Preservation Project. (Courtesy of Frank Lisciandro)

On Sunday, the Hammer Museum held a Wikipedia edit-a-thon in collaboration with the Art+Feminism campaign. The event aimed to educate more women on how to create and edit Wikipedia content, and how to cover topics that are often overlooked. (Amy Dixon/Photo editor)

Edit-a-thon aims to give recognition to more women, arts on Wikipedia

About 85 percent of Wikipedia’s editors are men, and only around 17 percent of the over 1.5 million biographies on the English Wikipedia are about women. Read more...

Photo: On Sunday, the Hammer Museum held a Wikipedia edit-a-thon in collaboration with the Art+Feminism campaign. The event aimed to educate more women on how to create and edit Wikipedia content, and how to cover topics that are often overlooked. (Amy Dixon/Photo editor)

On Sunday, the Hammer Museum held a Wikipedia edit-a-thon in collaboration with the Art+Feminism campaign. The event aimed to educate more women on how to create and edit Wikipedia content, and how to cover topics that are often overlooked. (Amy Dixon/Photo editor)

Reggie Waddell played in the New Orleans Traditional Jazz Band at the “Celebrating Mardi Gras” event at UCLA's Fowler Museum. The eight band members perform traditional New Orleans songs and blues music at parades, funerals and other special occasions. (Rachel Hefner/Daily Bruin)

Mardi Gras event brings culture, traditions of New Orleans to UCLA

UCLA’s Fowler Museum incorporated beaded jewelry, masquerade masks and a second line parade in their Mardi Gras festivities. On Sunday, attendees of “Celebrating Mardi Gras,” observed a concert by the New Orleans Traditional Jazz Band. Read more...

Photo: Reggie Waddell played in the New Orleans Traditional Jazz Band at the “Celebrating Mardi Gras” event at UCLA's Fowler Museum. The eight band members perform traditional New Orleans songs and blues music at parades, funerals and other special occasions. (Rachel Hefner/Daily Bruin)

Reggie Waddell played in the New Orleans Traditional Jazz Band at the “Celebrating Mardi Gras” event at UCLA's Fowler Museum. The eight band members perform traditional New Orleans songs and blues music at parades, funerals and other special occasions. (Rachel Hefner/Daily Bruin)

Valerie Stern, a pianist for Trio Escarlata, will perform "Cuatro Estaciones Portenas" ("The Four Seasons of Buenos Aires") at the Fowler Museum at UCLA during the Fowler Out Loud show Wednesday. (Courtesy of Carli Jo Bidlingmaier)

Piano trio to perform unique take on traditional tango for Fowler Out Loud

People usually associate tango music with uptightness and strictness, but two members of Trio Escarlata said the ensemble will use classical instruments to convey passion. Trio Escarlata – a piano trio composed of UCLA graduate students Killian Kelly, Valerie Stern and Priyanka Venkatesh – will perform Wednesday at the Fowler Museum at UCLA. Read more...

Photo: Valerie Stern, a pianist for Trio Escarlata, will perform "Cuatro Estaciones Portenas" ("The Four Seasons of Buenos Aires") at the Fowler Museum at UCLA during the Fowler Out Loud show Wednesday. (Courtesy of Carli Jo Bidlingmaier)

Valerie Stern, a pianist for Trio Escarlata, will perform "Cuatro Estaciones Portenas" ("The Four Seasons of Buenos Aires") at the Fowler Museum at UCLA during the Fowler Out Loud show Wednesday. (Courtesy of Carli Jo Bidlingmaier)