Tuesday, October 17


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Movie review: ‘Arcadia’

An old light blue station wagon, a series of motels and an eccentric and volatile father serve as the backdrop for “Arcadia,” a film that traces a family’s journey from New England to their new home in Arcadia, Calif. Read more...

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Fourth-year art student Walker Ashby, known by his stage name Toy Light, is one of a growing number of musicians using newer technology to independently produce music within the comfort of the artist's own home.
Fourth-year art student Walker Ashby, known by his stage name Toy Light, is one of a growing number of musicians using newer technology to independently produce music within the comfort of the artist's own home.

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Movie Review: ‘Monsters University’

It’s been 12 long years since audiences first met the one-eyed green monster Mike Wazowski and the adorably scary James P. Sullivan, “Sulley,” of “Monsters, Inc.” and if anyone can pull off the combination of sequel and prequel that is “Monsters University,” it’s the dynamic duo of Disney and Pixar. Read more...

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Aside from his internship, Forrest Mitchell is the drummer for a band.
Aside from his internship, Forrest Mitchell is the drummer for a band.

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Tamlin Hall, a second-year screenwriting graduate student in the School of Theater, Film and Television, was awarded the David & Lynn Angell Fellowship in Comedy Writing from the HUMANITAS Prize for his original pilot “Young.”
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Tamlin Hall, a second-year screenwriting graduate student in the School of Theater, Film and Television, was awarded the David & Lynn Angell Fellowship in Comedy Writing from the HUMANITAS Prize for his original pilot “Young.”

UCLA alumnus Mark Ayling and his brother Alex are hoping to win the chance to spend six months travelling the world and documenting their experiences for the world to see.  They are now top 10 finalists in the international Biggest, Baddest Bucket List contest sponsored by online travel guide My Destination.
UCLA alumnus Mark Ayling and his brother Alex are hoping to win the chance to spend six months travelling the world and documenting their experiences for the world to see.  They are now top 10 finalists in the international Biggest, Baddest Bucket List contest sponsored by online travel guide My Destination.


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