Monday, August 19

UCLA alumna Yee Eun Nam (above) designed the set of the production “Altman’s Last Stand,” which premieres Saturday at the Zephyr Theatre. With her set design, Nam sought to portray the life of Holocaust survivor Franz Altman and his fight to save his shop, “King Solomon’s Treasure.” (Hannah Ye/Daily Bruin senior staff)

UCLA alumna blends past and present with monochromatic set design

The set of “Altman’s Last Stand” looks like a mess at first glance: a hodgepodge of chairs, rugs, lamps, books, picture frames and ukuleles seemingly placed without a second thought. Read more...

Photo: UCLA alumna Yee Eun Nam (above) designed the set of the production “Altman’s Last Stand,” which premieres Saturday at the Zephyr Theatre. With her set design, Nam sought to portray the life of Holocaust survivor Franz Altman and his fight to save his shop, “King Solomon’s Treasure.” (Hannah Ye/Daily Bruin senior staff)

UCLA alumna Yee Eun Nam (above) designed the set of the production “Altman’s Last Stand,” which premieres Saturday at the Zephyr Theatre. With her set design, Nam sought to portray the life of Holocaust survivor Franz Altman and his fight to save his shop, “King Solomon’s Treasure.” (Hannah Ye/Daily Bruin senior staff)


Belly dance performer Josie Bellydance (center) instructed the belly dancing portion of the Ballroom Dance Club’s Middle East Culture Night on Monday at the Kerckhoff Grand Salon. At the event, Josie Bellydance also led a question-and-answer session in which she answered questions, for example, about the technique behind movements. (Rocio Flores Huaringa/Daily Bruin)

Belly dance workshop on campus offers exposure to art form

Her bangles, shimmering under the chandelier lights of Kerckhoff Grand Salon, accompanied the Arabic music like jingle bells. Her hips moved separately, as if disconnected from the rest of her body. Read more...

Photo: Belly dance performer Josie Bellydance (center) instructed the belly dancing portion of the Ballroom Dance Club’s Middle East Culture Night on Monday at the Kerckhoff Grand Salon. At the event, Josie Bellydance also led a question-and-answer session in which she answered questions, for example, about the technique behind movements. (Rocio Flores Huaringa/Daily Bruin)

Belly dance performer Josie Bellydance (center) instructed the belly dancing portion of the Ballroom Dance Club’s Middle East Culture Night on Monday at the Kerckhoff Grand Salon. At the event, Josie Bellydance also led a question-and-answer session in which she answered questions, for example, about the technique behind movements. (Rocio Flores Huaringa/Daily Bruin)

Adam Fletcher, a fifth-year electrical engineering student, is one of the UCLA marching band’s four drum majors. As a band member, he experienced the Bruin’s loss against USC in 2011 and participated in the Trojan War parody with UC Berkley's marching band in 2015. (photo illustration by Owen Emerson and Daniel Alcazar/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Halftime Signatures: UCLA drum major marches into his last USC rivalry matchup

In anticipation of the UCLA-USC football matchup Thanksgiving weekend, Daily Bruin A&E features members of the UCLA Bruin Marching Band. Today’s installment profiles Adam Fletcher, a fifth-year electrical engineering student and drum major. Read more...

Photo: Adam Fletcher, a fifth-year electrical engineering student, is one of the UCLA marching band’s four drum majors. As a band member, he experienced the Bruin’s loss against USC in 2011 and participated in the Trojan War parody with UC Berkley's marching band in 2015. (photo illustration by Owen Emerson and Daniel Alcazar/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Adam Fletcher, a fifth-year electrical engineering student, is one of the UCLA marching band’s four drum majors. As a band member, he experienced the Bruin’s loss against USC in 2011 and participated in the Trojan War parody with UC Berkley's marching band in 2015. (photo illustration by Owen Emerson and Daniel Alcazar/Daily Bruin senior staff)


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