Tuesday, January 23

“Hands in Solidarity in the Age of Trump” at the Kerckhoff Art Gallery on Monday featured written messages from students on topics ranging from Planned Parenthood to President Trump himself. The event will continue through Friday. (Stella Huang/Daily Bruin)

Interactive exhibit utilizes art to heal, spur unity among students

A thick olive-green banner wrapped around the ceiling of the Kerckhoff Art Gallery. Dozens of overlapping black-paint handprints covered the banner almost completely. I wandered through the gallery “Hands in Solidarity in the Age of Trump” on its opening night Monday, and my eyes focused on the pieces of paper with hand-written messages stuck on the wall beneath the banner. Read more...

Photo: “Hands in Solidarity in the Age of Trump” at the Kerckhoff Art Gallery on Monday featured written messages from students on topics ranging from Planned Parenthood to President Trump himself. The event will continue through Friday. (Stella Huang/Daily Bruin)

“Hands in Solidarity in the Age of Trump” at the Kerckhoff Art Gallery on Monday featured written messages from students on topics ranging from Planned Parenthood to President Trump himself. The event will continue through Friday. (Stella Huang/Daily Bruin)

Fourth-year neuroscience student and model Jaclyn Perry first gained confidence in modeling when she participated in FAST her sophomore year. (Kristie Hoang/Daily Bruin)

UCLA student has modeling hobby down to a science

Jaclyn Perry stopped in South Campus to make sure she had everything she needed for the day: a biochemistry lab manual, notebooks, a lab coat and a pair of high heels for an upcoming photoshoot. Read more...

Photo: Fourth-year neuroscience student and model Jaclyn Perry first gained confidence in modeling when she participated in FAST her sophomore year. (Kristie Hoang/Daily Bruin)

Fourth-year neuroscience student and model Jaclyn Perry first gained confidence in modeling when she participated in FAST her sophomore year. (Kristie Hoang/Daily Bruin)

Alumnus Dallas King had to interpret movies for his mother when she took him to movie theaters as a child. He explained the movies to her scene by scene because of her blindness. (Emaan Baqai/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Alum transforms film-narrating experience into creative passion

When Dallas King’s mother brought him to the movie theaters as a child, he was tasked with more than just finding the right seat and the right-sized popcorn. Read more...

Photo: Alumnus Dallas King had to interpret movies for his mother when she took him to movie theaters as a child. He explained the movies to her scene by scene because of her blindness. (Emaan Baqai/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Alumnus Dallas King had to interpret movies for his mother when she took him to movie theaters as a child. He explained the movies to her scene by scene because of her blindness. (Emaan Baqai/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Third-year film student Ivy Liao wrote, directed and produced a horror film about whitewashing called “The Chase.” The film contains no dialogue and was shot in one take. (Stella Huang/Daily Bruin)

Student explores whitewashing through horror movie ‘The Chase’

Ivy Liao had written about whitewashing in the form of short stories. After hearing of a white man headlining a movie based around the Great Wall of China and other questionable Hollywood casting choices, however, she decided to explore whitewashing through a more intense lens: a horror movie. Read more...

Photo: Third-year film student Ivy Liao wrote, directed and produced a horror film about whitewashing called “The Chase.” The film contains no dialogue and was shot in one take. (Stella Huang/Daily Bruin)

Third-year film student Ivy Liao wrote, directed and produced a horror film about whitewashing called “The Chase.” The film contains no dialogue and was shot in one take. (Stella Huang/Daily Bruin)

The "Asian-Americans in Hollywood & Entertainment" panel in October featured actor Leonard Wu, ABC programming manager Stan Pham and YouTuber Chris Dinh. (Dayoung Lee/Daily Bruin)

Press Pass: A&E writers’ favorite experiences of 2016

For the new year, Daily Bruin A&E writers share what made their reporting experiences in 2016 so memorable. “Alum panelists discuss Asian-American representation in popular media” Olivia Mazzucato I arrived to cover the “Asian-Americans in Hollywood & Entertainment” panel, hosted by Lapu, the Coyote that Cares Theatre Company. Read more...

Photo: The "Asian-Americans in Hollywood & Entertainment" panel in October featured actor Leonard Wu, ABC programming manager Stan Pham and YouTuber Chris Dinh. (Dayoung Lee/Daily Bruin)

The "Asian-Americans in Hollywood & Entertainment" panel in October featured actor Leonard Wu, ABC programming manager Stan Pham and YouTuber Chris Dinh. (Dayoung Lee/Daily Bruin)

Third-year English student Erin Hayes interned at "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" during fall quarter. Her duties ranged from watching late night television shows to sorting through fan mail. (Habeba Mostafa/Daily Bruin)

Student dives into world of TV production at ‘The Ellen DeGeneres Show’

Erin Hayes’ typical Friday activities range from being backstage with Tom Hanks to driving a golf cart around the Warner Bros. lot. Hayes, a third-year English student, is an intern at “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” from August through December. Read more...

Photo: Third-year English student Erin Hayes interned at "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" during fall quarter. Her duties ranged from watching late night television shows to sorting through fan mail. (Habeba Mostafa/Daily Bruin)

Third-year English student Erin Hayes interned at "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" during fall quarter. Her duties ranged from watching late night television shows to sorting through fan mail. (Habeba Mostafa/Daily Bruin)

University of Massachusetts professor Sut Jhally screened his film "The Occupation of the American Mind" at UCLA on Wednesday. (Courtesy of Sut Jhally)

Q&A: Documentary producer talks skewed American media portrayal of Israel

Sut Jhally said propagandistic media has contributed to the public’s understanding of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. The University of Massachusetts Amherst professor hopes to occupy UCLA students’ minds with a different story from the media’s. Read more...

Photo: University of Massachusetts professor Sut Jhally screened his film "The Occupation of the American Mind" at UCLA on Wednesday. (Courtesy of Sut Jhally)

University of Massachusetts professor Sut Jhally screened his film "The Occupation of the American Mind" at UCLA on Wednesday. (Courtesy of Sut Jhally)


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