Thursday, March 21

Fourth-year design media arts student Mina Malloy utilized mason jars and letters she made out of plastic cups wrapped in fabric for her sculpture, created for the design media arts class Word + Image. Malloy said she wanted viewers to think critically about using single-use plastic products.
(Liz Ketcham/Assistant Photo editor)
Fourth-year design media arts student Mina Malloy utilized mason jars and letters she made out of plastic cups wrapped in fabric for her sculpture, created for the design media arts class Word + Image. Malloy said she wanted viewers to think critically about using single-use plastic products.
(Liz Ketcham/Assistant Photo editor)

Maddy Pease, a fourth-year design media arts student, and Artemis Mansur, a second-year communication and psychology student, founded an online clothing shop called Cherry Pickings Vintage in January. Pease and Mansur sell vintage clothing, which they sometimes collect as they travel for leisure. Their clothes range in origin from Paris to San Francisco. (Photo by Kanishka Mehra/Daily Bruin, Graphic by Ryan Kuang/Daily Bruin)
Maddy Pease, a fourth-year design media arts student, and Artemis Mansur, a second-year communication and psychology student, founded an online clothing shop called Cherry Pickings Vintage in January. Pease and Mansur sell vintage clothing, which they sometimes collect as they travel for leisure. Their clothes range in origin from Paris to San Francisco. (Photo by Kanishka Mehra/Daily Bruin, Graphic by Ryan Kuang/Daily Bruin)

Panic! at the Disco frontman Brendon Urie performed for a crowd of 18,000 at the Honda Center Thursday. He emerged from the stage dressed in gold and singing "(Fuck a) Silver Lining." (Amy Dixon/Photo editor)
Panic! at the Disco frontman Brendon Urie performed for a crowd of 18,000 at the Honda Center Thursday. He emerged from the stage dressed in gold and singing "(Fuck a) Silver Lining." (Amy Dixon/Photo editor)

Regents Lecturer Astra Taylor created the documentary "What is Democracy?" It follows Black Lives Matter protestors, refugees and the works of classical philosophers to explore the titular question. (Courtesy of Astra Taylor)
Regents Lecturer Astra Taylor created the documentary "What is Democracy?" It follows Black Lives Matter protestors, refugees and the works of classical philosophers to explore the titular question. (Courtesy of Astra Taylor)

(Courtesy of RCA Records)
(Courtesy of RCA Records)

Alfred Molina stars in “A Walk in the Woods,” which follows Russian diplomat Andrey Botvinnik and American arms negotiator John Honeyman while they discuss the politics during the Cold War. (Courtesy of Matt Petit)
Alfred Molina stars in “A Walk in the Woods,” which follows Russian diplomat Andrey Botvinnik and American arms negotiator John Honeyman while they discuss the politics during the Cold War. (Courtesy of Matt Petit)

Miri Koral, a professor of Yiddish culture and language at UCLA, read Yiddish poetry during a workshop Sunday while musicians from the band Klezmer Juice played music behind her. (Amy Dixon/Photo editor)

Festival showcases klezmer to restore interest in Yiddish culture

Klezmer originated in Eastern Europe but finds its future in a new generation of American Jewish youth. UClezLA, which took place Sunday at Schoenberg Hall, is a Yiddish culture festival which included workshops on klezmer, a musical genre containing Jewish influences and a mixture of sounds from Romani music and Polish folk music. Read more...

Miri Koral, a professor of Yiddish culture and language at UCLA, read Yiddish poetry during a workshop Sunday while musicians from the band Klezmer Juice played music behind her. (Amy Dixon/Photo editor)