Thursday, April 25

The annual Arts in the Union concert was held Tuesday night at Ackerman Grand Ballroom, Kerckhoff Grand Salon and Kerckhoff Coffee House. Presented by Student Committee for the Arts at UCLA, the festival was headlined by student band The Wes Coast (pictured).
(Courtesy of D.J. Gallegos)

Arts in the Union festival offers Bruins taste of local talent

Students flocked Tuesday to Ackerman Grand Ballroom, Kerckhoff Coffee House and Kerckhoff Grand Salon for the fourth annual Arts in the Union festival, presented by the Student Committee for the Arts at UCLA. Read more...

Photo: The annual Arts in the Union concert was held Tuesday night at Ackerman Grand Ballroom, Kerckhoff Grand Salon and Kerckhoff Coffee House. Presented by Student Committee for the Arts at UCLA, the festival was headlined by student band The Wes Coast (pictured). (Courtesy of D.J. Gallegos)

The annual Arts in the Union concert was held Tuesday night at Ackerman Grand Ballroom, Kerckhoff Grand Salon and Kerckhoff Coffee House. Presented by Student Committee for the Arts at UCLA, the festival was headlined by student band The Wes Coast (pictured).
(Courtesy of D.J. Gallegos)

After postponing her education and a career as a professional singer, fourth-year music history student Sandra Starks returned to UCLA to complete her college education. (Brandon Choe/Daily Bruin Senior Staff)

Singer continues UCLA education after decades of performing

Sandra Kilman, known professionally as Sandra Starks, is only a fourth-year music history student, but she has already had a decades-long successful music career. She has toured with Lou Rawls and Robert Guillaume as a jazz singer, belting out the lyrics of duets like “The Wedding Song” on stages worldwide from Las Vegas to Kingston, Jamaica. Read more...

Photo: After postponing her education and a career as a professional singer, fourth-year music history student Sandra Starks returned to UCLA to complete her college education. (Brandon Choe/Daily Bruin Senior Staff)

After postponing her education and a career as a professional singer, fourth-year music history student Sandra Starks returned to UCLA to complete her college education. (Brandon Choe/Daily Bruin Senior Staff)

The pilot of Project Carmen, an advertisement-based mobile application that allows users to download music for free, will be made available for UCLA students and alumni starting Sept. 30. (Victoria Chang/Daily Bruin senior staff)

New music mobile app to select Bruins for pilot

In 2005, Gary Mekikian, CEO of M&M; Media, wanted to find a way to feed his two daughters’ music consumption without exposing them to piracy sites with inappropriate advertising. Read more...

Photo: The pilot of Project Carmen, an advertisement-based mobile application that allows users to download music for free, will be made available for UCLA students and alumni starting Sept. 30. (Victoria Chang/Daily Bruin senior staff)

The pilot of Project Carmen, an advertisement-based mobile application that allows users to download music for free, will be made available for UCLA students and alumni starting Sept. 30. (Victoria Chang/Daily Bruin senior staff)

The Bruin Bash lineup last year featured hip-hop artists E-40 and Tyga. (Erin Ng/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Bruin Bash 2014 lineup to feature Kandace Springs, Chance The Rapper

The Campus Events Commission and Cultural Affairs Commission have announced the lineup for Bruin Bash 2014. This year, Kandace Springs and Chance the Rapper will take the stage, continuing the hip-hop theme of last year's lineup that featured E-40 and Tyga. Read more...

Photo: The Bruin Bash lineup last year featured hip-hop artists E-40 and Tyga. (Erin Ng/Daily Bruin senior staff)

The Bruin Bash lineup last year featured hip-hop artists E-40 and Tyga. (Erin Ng/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Budweiser Made in America music festival, founded by hip-hop artist Jay-Z, made its Los Angeles debut on Saturday and Sunday in Downtown L.A. Performances included Imagine Dragons, John Mayer and Kanye West (above). (Angie Wang/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Budweiser Made in America music festival makes its LA debut

A scorching hot sun blazed and loomed over Grand Park where the first Budweiser Made in America music festival in Los Angeles took place on Saturday and Sunday. Read more...

Photo: Budweiser Made in America music festival, founded by hip-hop artist Jay-Z, made its Los Angeles debut on Saturday and Sunday in Downtown L.A. Performances included Imagine Dragons, John Mayer and Kanye West (above). (Angie Wang/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Budweiser Made in America music festival, founded by hip-hop artist Jay-Z, made its Los Angeles debut on Saturday and Sunday in Downtown L.A. Performances included Imagine Dragons, John Mayer and Kanye West (above). (Angie Wang/Daily Bruin senior staff)


(Angie Wang/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Iggy Azalea (above), Rita Ora and Magic! performed at "Pandora Summer Crush" at the Santa Monica Pier on Saturday night.

Concert Review: Pandora Summer Crush

Set against the peaceful waves of the Pacific Ocean, the Santa Monica Pier bustled heavily with tourists and locals alike on Saturday evening. As the sun began to set, a crowd patiently waited for Magic!, Rita Ora and Iggy Azalea in Pandora’s “Pandora Summer Crush,” in front of the iconic yellow Ferris wheel. Read more...

Photo: (Angie Wang/Daily Bruin senior staff) Iggy Azalea (above), Rita Ora and Magic! performed at "Pandora Summer Crush" at the Santa Monica Pier on Saturday night.

(Angie Wang/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Iggy Azalea (above), Rita Ora and Magic! performed at "Pandora Summer Crush" at the Santa Monica Pier on Saturday night.


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