Sunday, September 22

(Emily Dembinski/Daily Bruin)
(Emily Dembinski/Daily Bruin)

(Courtesy of Interscope Records)
(Courtesy of Interscope Records)

With its mural-covered walls and dim chandelier lighting, The Fonda Theatre is the perfect place to watch a show in an intimate setting. The venue is close to campus and offers numerous performances from obscure artists at a price point cheaper than typical arena shows. (Jintak Han/Daily Bruin senior staff)
With its mural-covered walls and dim chandelier lighting, The Fonda Theatre is the perfect place to watch a show in an intimate setting. The venue is close to campus and offers numerous performances from obscure artists at a price point cheaper than typical arena shows. (Jintak Han/Daily Bruin senior staff)

(Courtesy of Atlantic Records UK)
(Courtesy of Atlantic Records UK)

Lorenzo Rangel-Santos auditioned for “So You Think You Can Dance” three times before making it to the academy round of the current season. Practicing ballet and modern styles, he said, increased his flexibility which helped prepare him for free styling portions of the show and helped to keep his dance moves from looking too stiff,  which he had received critiques on in the past, he said. (Anirudh Keni/Daily Bruin)
Lorenzo Rangel-Santos auditioned for “So You Think You Can Dance” three times before making it to the academy round of the current season. Practicing ballet and modern styles, he said, increased his flexibility which helped prepare him for free styling portions of the show and helped to keep his dance moves from looking too stiff,  which he had received critiques on in the past, he said. (Anirudh Keni/Daily Bruin)

Eight-person band BUTR will perform "Yesterday" on the Pauley Pavilion stage, aiming to discuss the stresses of college life. Lead singer Jada Banks-Mace (far left), a fourth-year psychology student, said the group's style is alternative R&B with jazz roots. (Kanishka Mehra/Daily Bruin)
Eight-person band BUTR will perform "Yesterday" on the Pauley Pavilion stage, aiming to discuss the stresses of college life. Lead singer Jada Banks-Mace (far left), a fourth-year psychology student, said the group's style is alternative R&B with jazz roots. (Kanishka Mehra/Daily Bruin)

Bonnie Ruberg, an assistant professor in the department of informatics at UC Irvine, believes video games can be interpreted through a queer lens, even if they weren't explicitly designed to have queer themes. Ruberg gave a talk May 1 at UCLA. (Courtesy of Han Parker/UCI)
Bonnie Ruberg, an assistant professor in the department of informatics at UC Irvine, believes video games can be interpreted through a queer lens, even if they weren't explicitly designed to have queer themes. Ruberg gave a talk May 1 at UCLA. (Courtesy of Han Parker/UCI)


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