Sunday, October 20

UCLA alumnus Jocko Sims plays Dr. Floyd Reynolds, a hospital's head of cardiac surgery, on NBC's series "New Amsterdam." Sims received a number of crash courses on medical procedures while filming the show's first season. (Courtesy of Francisco Roman/NBC)
UCLA alumnus Jocko Sims plays Dr. Floyd Reynolds, a hospital's head of cardiac surgery, on NBC's series "New Amsterdam." Sims received a number of crash courses on medical procedures while filming the show's first season. (Courtesy of Francisco Roman/NBC)

Ram Eshwar Kaundinya, a fourth-year cognitive science student, wrote "Water Lily," which he will perform on the Pauley Pavilion stage alongside other members of the group Confluence for Spring Sing. Kaundinya will play the djembe and cajon in the performance. He plays tabla as well, and has a background in Indian classical music, which he said he tried to incorporate in the piece. (Elise Tsai/Daily Bruin)
Ram Eshwar Kaundinya, a fourth-year cognitive science student, wrote "Water Lily," which he will perform on the Pauley Pavilion stage alongside other members of the group Confluence for Spring Sing. Kaundinya will play the djembe and cajon in the performance. He plays tabla as well, and has a background in Indian classical music, which he said he tried to incorporate in the piece. (Elise Tsai/Daily Bruin)


Alumna Aydinaneth Ortiz created a series called "Ingredients," in which she photographed common objects used in the synthesis of crystal meth. She said the dangers of drug addiction affect her own life, as her brother self-medicates his schizophrenia. (Courtesy of Juan Manuel Valenzuela)
Alumna Aydinaneth Ortiz created a series called "Ingredients," in which she photographed common objects used in the synthesis of crystal meth. She said the dangers of drug addiction affect her own life, as her brother self-medicates his schizophrenia. (Courtesy of Juan Manuel Valenzuela)

Hundreds of students took part in the 18th annual Dance Marathon at UCLA this year, which took place from Saturday morning to Sunday afternoon in Pauley Pavilion. The theme of this year's fundraiser was embrace. Pediatric AIDS Coalition's President Melissa Miller, a fourth-year political science and Russian studies student, said embrace refers to physically holding and supporting those with HIV and AIDS as well as embracing the strides that still need to be made to fight the disease. (MacKenzie Coffman/Assistant Photo editor)
Hundreds of students took part in the 18th annual Dance Marathon at UCLA this year, which took place from Saturday morning to Sunday afternoon in Pauley Pavilion. The theme of this year's fundraiser was embrace. Pediatric AIDS Coalition's President Melissa Miller, a fourth-year political science and Russian studies student, said embrace refers to physically holding and supporting those with HIV and AIDS as well as embracing the strides that still need to be made to fight the disease. (MacKenzie Coffman/Assistant Photo editor)

Lostboycrow brought his indie influences to Dance Marathon, which fourth-year sociology student Kelsi Barbata said was a fresh change of pace from the other music styles at the event. (Daanish Bhatti/Daily Bruin)
Lostboycrow brought his indie influences to Dance Marathon, which fourth-year sociology student Kelsi Barbata said was a fresh change of pace from the other music styles at the event. (Daanish Bhatti/Daily Bruin)

Maya Rose Dittloff, a fourth-year film and television student, Carla Emilian Olivas and Cheree Fraser are part of "STAG PARTIES," a series written, directed and produced by Dittloff. Olivas and Fraser both act in the series, which will begin filming Thursday. (Tanmay Shankar/Daily Bruin)
Maya Rose Dittloff, a fourth-year film and television student, Carla Emilian Olivas and Cheree Fraser are part of "STAG PARTIES," a series written, directed and produced by Dittloff. Olivas and Fraser both act in the series, which will begin filming Thursday. (Tanmay Shankar/Daily Bruin)


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