Monday, September 23

Isidro Mendoza is an open-air preacher who said he tries to come to UCLA around once a month. In 1997 he lost a brother in a car accident and found reading the Bible helped him through his grief. (Noor Gill/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Preachers, student deliver messages on beliefs

Three men preach about what they believe, through presence or passion, for rights or for salvation. Isidro Mendoza and Lucas Macias speak on UCLA campus walkways to deliver the word they said they’ve discovered through religion. Read more...

Photo: Isidro Mendoza is an open-air preacher who said he tries to come to UCLA around once a month. In 1997 he lost a brother in a car accident and found reading the Bible helped him through his grief. (Noor Gill/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Isidro Mendoza is an open-air preacher who said he tries to come to UCLA around once a month. In 1997 he lost a brother in a car accident and found reading the Bible helped him through his grief. (Noor Gill/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Songs and stories: Lindsey Kunisaki

Lindsey Kunisaki, a fourth-year individual studies student tells Daily Bruin Video the story of her musical journey. Kunisaki combines cultural studies with an eclectic music taste to form a unique genre of American, reggae and Middle Eastern folk music. Read more...


(Eldrin Masangkay/Daily Bruin senior staff)

UCLA alums balance art, fitness by pole dancing

UCLA alumnae Drusilla Ray and Jessica Anderson-Gwin discuss the art, technique and misconceptions of pole dancing. Follow Daily Bruin Video inside a day at the Jagged Vertical Dance and Fitness studio. Read more...

Photo: (Eldrin Masangkay/Daily Bruin senior staff)

(Eldrin Masangkay/Daily Bruin senior staff)

"Audubon Ballroom" by Los Angeles-based artist Mukhtar Kaissi depicts a bust of Malcolm X floating near warped figures such as 2Pac. The piece is on display in Cultural Affairs Committee's Art Series' and Hip Hop Congress' art show called "The Hip-Hop Art Showcase." (Jose Ubeda/Daily Bruin staff)

CAC’s Hip Hop Congress, Art Series showcase cultural exhibit

Swirls of water and ice flow from the turban of a purple Erykah Badu as she rises from a pool of darkness. Badu, neo-soul musician and activist, painted in oil on canvas will be mounted on the wall of Kerckhoff Art Gallery until Friday as part of the Undergraduate Students Association Council Cultural Affairs Committee’s Hip Hop Appreciation Month. Read more...

Photo: "Audubon Ballroom" by Los Angeles-based artist Mukhtar Kaissi depicts a bust of Malcolm X floating near warped figures such as 2Pac. The piece is on display in Cultural Affairs Committee's Art Series' and Hip Hop Congress' art show called "The Hip-Hop Art Showcase." (Jose Ubeda/Daily Bruin staff)

"Audubon Ballroom" by Los Angeles-based artist Mukhtar Kaissi depicts a bust of Malcolm X floating near warped figures such as 2Pac. The piece is on display in Cultural Affairs Committee's Art Series' and Hip Hop Congress' art show called "The Hip-Hop Art Showcase." (Jose Ubeda/Daily Bruin staff)



(Emily Johnson/Daily Bruin)

Sights and Sounds: CES @ Anderson

“I have been wearing (Google Glass) non-stop for the past 2 1/2 years. If they had a water-proof version it would never come off,” said David Zakariaie, a participant of Google’s Glass Explorer Program and panelist at CES @ Anderson. Read more...

Photo: (Emily Johnson/Daily Bruin)

(Emily Johnson/Daily Bruin)


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