Friday, November 24

Psychology distinguished professor Patricia Greenfield organized “Weaving Generations Together” at Powell Library, an exhibit consisting of Maya weavings and embroideries which she acquired during field research in Mexico.(Hannah Burnett/Assistant Photo editor)

Distinguished professor introduces Maya art, culture to Powell rotunda

Powell Library’s rotunda has traded in books for vibrant ponchos. “When you come into Powell, you can’t miss it,” said Patricia Greenfield, a distinguished professor of psychology and the curator of “Weaving Generations Together,” an exhibit consisting of Maya weavings and embroideries. Read more...

Photo: Psychology distinguished professor Patricia Greenfield organized “Weaving Generations Together” at Powell Library, an exhibit consisting of Maya weavings and embroideries which she acquired during field research in Mexico.(Hannah Burnett/Assistant Photo editor)

Psychology distinguished professor Patricia Greenfield organized “Weaving Generations Together” at Powell Library, an exhibit consisting of Maya weavings and embroideries which she acquired during field research in Mexico.(Hannah Burnett/Assistant Photo editor)

Nong Lá Cafe on Sawtelle Boulevard serves some tasty dishes, but sacrifices a degree of flavor for its dazzling aesthetic. The restaurant offers a variety of Vietnamese dishes including pho, bun noodle salads and banh mi. (Andrew Warner/Daily Bruin)

Restaurant Review: Nong Lá Cafe

Nong Lá Cafe’s Instagram is filled with images of tender rice noodles, savory broths and vibrant greens. But looks can be deceiving. While Nong Lá certainly offers some tasty meals, the food does not live up to its aesthetically pleasing social media. Read more...

Photo: Nong Lá Cafe on Sawtelle Boulevard serves some tasty dishes, but sacrifices a degree of flavor for its dazzling aesthetic. The restaurant offers a variety of Vietnamese dishes including pho, bun noodle salads and banh mi. (Andrew Warner/Daily Bruin)

Nong Lá Cafe on Sawtelle Boulevard serves some tasty dishes, but sacrifices a degree of flavor for its dazzling aesthetic. The restaurant offers a variety of Vietnamese dishes including pho, bun noodle salads and banh mi. (Andrew Warner/Daily Bruin)

Seoul House of Tofu specializes in soon dubu jjigae, a Korean stew of soft tofu and other fillings. The restaurant, which is located along Sawtelle Boulevard offers students a nearby option for comforting Korean food. (Andrew Warner/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Restaurant review: Seoul House of Tofu

UCLA students don’t have to make the long trek out to Koreatown to get some tasty Korean food. Located along Sawtelle Boulevard, Seoul House of Tofu is a prime location for delicious Korean comfort food. Read more...

Photo: Seoul House of Tofu specializes in soon dubu jjigae, a Korean stew of soft tofu and other fillings. The restaurant, which is located along Sawtelle Boulevard offers students a nearby option for comforting Korean food. (Andrew Warner/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Seoul House of Tofu specializes in soon dubu jjigae, a Korean stew of soft tofu and other fillings. The restaurant, which is located along Sawtelle Boulevard offers students a nearby option for comforting Korean food. (Andrew Warner/Daily Bruin senior staff)


Tickets for this year's Bruin Bash will be assigned through an online lottery, similar to last year's lottery system; however floor tickets will be assigned on a first-come, first-served basis. (Daily Bruin file photo)

CEC and CAC announce updated ticketing assignment system for Bruin Bash

Students will have to click fast to get floor seats at this year’s Bruin Bash. In a Facebook post sent out Tuesday evening, the UCLA Cultural Affairs Commission and the UCLA Campus Events Commission announced that floor tickets will go live at 10 a.m. Read more...

Photo: Tickets for this year's Bruin Bash will be assigned through an online lottery, similar to last year's lottery system; however floor tickets will be assigned on a first-come, first-served basis. (Daily Bruin file photo)

Tickets for this year's Bruin Bash will be assigned through an online lottery, similar to last year's lottery system; however floor tickets will be assigned on a first-come, first-served basis. (Daily Bruin file photo)

Karenn Chutjian-Presti's recently published book, "My First Armenian Songbook," is a bilingual collection of 16 nursery rhymes and children's songs translated from English to Armenian. (Hannah Burnett/Assistant Photo editor)

UCLA lecturer harmonizes Armenian, American cultures through song

Karenn Chutjian Presti began translating nursery rhymes and American folk tunes into Armenian about 6 1/2 years ago, when her first daughter was born. “A lot of people talk about having a baby and your brain turning to mush and it wasn’t like that at all,” she said. Read more...

Photo: Karenn Chutjian-Presti's recently published book, "My First Armenian Songbook," is a bilingual collection of 16 nursery rhymes and children's songs translated from English to Armenian. (Hannah Burnett/Assistant Photo editor)

Karenn Chutjian-Presti's recently published book, "My First Armenian Songbook," is a bilingual collection of 16 nursery rhymes and children's songs translated from English to Armenian. (Hannah Burnett/Assistant Photo editor)

Bryce Lamar has adopted a more free-flowing approach to his creative process, recently taking up painting as a way to reflect the emotions in his music. (Axel Lopez/Daily Bruin)

Alumnus creates abstract visual art to accompany newly released music

Bryce Lamar painted strokes of blue and grey onto a sheet of poster board, smearing the paint around with different brushes to create various textures on the artwork. Read more...

Photo: Bryce Lamar has adopted a more free-flowing approach to his creative process, recently taking up painting as a way to reflect the emotions in his music. (Axel Lopez/Daily Bruin)

Bryce Lamar has adopted a more free-flowing approach to his creative process, recently taking up painting as a way to reflect the emotions in his music. (Axel Lopez/Daily Bruin)


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