Friday, October 19

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Spring Sing 2017

On Friday, contestants for Spring Sing 2017 will take the stage of Pauley Pavilion. The annual event brings together music, rap, dance and comedy performances into one evening. Read more...

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(Kaley Powers/Daily Bruin)

Third-year communication studies student Isabel Whelan will be performing the ballad "Ms. Hollywood" under the stage name BEL at Spring Sing this year. (Eileen Lising/Daily Bruin)

Spring Sing 2017: BEL

Isabel Whelan is used to taking stage as part of an ensemble. The third-year communication studies student performed at Spring Sing her freshman year as part of the Delta Gamma and Lambda Chi production and at Coastalong Festival and Dance Marathon this year as a part of Sage St. Read more...

Photo: Third-year communication studies student Isabel Whelan will be performing the ballad "Ms. Hollywood" under the stage name BEL at Spring Sing this year. (Eileen Lising/Daily Bruin)

Third-year communication studies student Isabel Whelan will be performing the ballad "Ms. Hollywood" under the stage name BEL at Spring Sing this year. (Eileen Lising/Daily Bruin)

The Netflix series "13 Reasons Why" features 13 episodes based on the novel of the same name. A week ago, Netflix announced a second season, which will presumably answer the cliffhangers of the first season and deviate from the source material. (Beth Dubber/Netflix)

Second Take: ’13 Reasons Why’ sequel may fall short despite public demand

Some of my favorite television series have been analogous to a shooting star – unexpected, attention-grabbing and one-of-a-kind. “13 Reasons Why,” a recent release on Netflix but a long-time favorite of mine since reading the book of the same name 10 years ago, is one such shooting star of a show. Read more...

Photo: The Netflix series "13 Reasons Why" features 13 episodes based on the novel of the same name. A week ago, Netflix announced a second season, which will presumably answer the cliffhangers of the first season and deviate from the source material. (Beth Dubber/Netflix)

The Netflix series "13 Reasons Why" features 13 episodes based on the novel of the same name. A week ago, Netflix announced a second season, which will presumably answer the cliffhangers of the first season and deviate from the source material. (Beth Dubber/Netflix)

Graduate student Sarah Jacobs will present "Fugit Tempus," a movement piece as part of the world arts and cultures/dance department's Upstart Series, at Kaufman Hall on Friday and Saturday. The performance involves themes of construction and features a cardboard set and skeleton model. (Habeba Mostafa/Daily Bruin)

Dance student’s piece ‘Fugit Tempus’ frames space in a cardboard world

Sarah Jacobs’ latest dance piece features a cardboard set and a skeleton model named Skelly. Jacobs’ movement-based performance “Fugit Tempus” is part of the world arts and cultures/dance department’s Upstarts Series. Read more...

Photo: Graduate student Sarah Jacobs will present "Fugit Tempus," a movement piece as part of the world arts and cultures/dance department's Upstart Series, at Kaufman Hall on Friday and Saturday. The performance involves themes of construction and features a cardboard set and skeleton model. (Habeba Mostafa/Daily Bruin)

Graduate student Sarah Jacobs will present "Fugit Tempus," a movement piece as part of the world arts and cultures/dance department's Upstart Series, at Kaufman Hall on Friday and Saturday. The performance involves themes of construction and features a cardboard set and skeleton model. (Habeba Mostafa/Daily Bruin)

Brandi Feemster, Adam Fried, Rafaella Biscayn, Samantha Bowling, Giancarlo Fusi, Monica Quinn, Vidhatri Bandi and Jason Ryan Lovett (left to right) all participated in creating the Moving Parts Film Festival. All, the majority of which are UCLA alumni, themed their films and the festival around social justice issues. (Amy Dixon/Daily Bruin)

UCLA TFT alumni present social justice-themed short film festival

Five theater, film and television alumni are the moving parts responsible for setting a 25-person film festival into motion. Monica Quinn, Adam Fried, Samantha Bowling, Brandi Feemster and Rafaella Biscayn first met during the School of Theater, Film and Television’s 2015-2016 Professional Program in Acting for the Camera. Read more...

Photo: Brandi Feemster, Adam Fried, Rafaella Biscayn, Samantha Bowling, Giancarlo Fusi, Monica Quinn, Vidhatri Bandi and Jason Ryan Lovett (left to right) all participated in creating the Moving Parts Film Festival. All, the majority of which are UCLA alumni, themed their films and the festival around social justice issues. (Amy Dixon/Daily Bruin)

Brandi Feemster, Adam Fried, Rafaella Biscayn, Samantha Bowling, Giancarlo Fusi, Monica Quinn, Vidhatri Bandi and Jason Ryan Lovett (left to right) all participated in creating the Moving Parts Film Festival. All, the majority of which are UCLA alumni, themed their films and the festival around social justice issues. (Amy Dixon/Daily Bruin)

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Album review: ‘Star Stuff’

Side projects by musicians are often hit-or-miss, musically exploring either too little or too much. Chaz Bundick is no stranger to this balance, since a majority of his recent musical activity stems from side projects. Read more...

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UCLA alumnus Jeremy White is the series producer of VICELAND's “VICE World of Sports," whose second season debuted on Feb. 22 with three of the nine episodes released so far. The show documents stories of local and professional sports teams around the theme of rivals. (Courtesy of Michael Moriatis)

Alum, producer of ‘Vice World of Sports’ reinterprets rivalry in sports culture

Sports rivalries aren’t just another aspect of the game for Jeremy White. Rivalry has been his work – and his life – for almost a year. Read more...

Photo: UCLA alumnus Jeremy White is the series producer of VICELAND's “VICE World of Sports," whose second season debuted on Feb. 22 with three of the nine episodes released so far. The show documents stories of local and professional sports teams around the theme of rivals. (Courtesy of Michael Moriatis)

UCLA alumnus Jeremy White is the series producer of VICELAND's “VICE World of Sports," whose second season debuted on Feb. 22 with three of the nine episodes released so far. The show documents stories of local and professional sports teams around the theme of rivals. (Courtesy of Michael Moriatis)


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