Monday, March 25

(Courtesy of Jeff Lorch)
(Courtesy of Jeff Lorch)

Second line parades are put on by social clubs in New Orleans once a week 40 times a year, a tradition that has been signature to the city since the 1800s. Social club members dress in bright costumes and dance to New Orleans brass bands during the parades. (Courtesy of Pableaux Johnson)
Second line parades are put on by social clubs in New Orleans once a week 40 times a year, a tradition that has been signature to the city since the 1800s. Social club members dress in bright costumes and dance to New Orleans brass bands during the parades. (Courtesy of Pableaux Johnson)

Sweet Honey In The Rock, an a capella ensemble, performed in Royce Hall on Friday, incorporating social issues and commentary into its songs, speaking about the topics in between. (Deirdre Klena/Daily Bruin)
Sweet Honey In The Rock, an a capella ensemble, performed in Royce Hall on Friday, incorporating social issues and commentary into its songs, speaking about the topics in between. (Deirdre Klena/Daily Bruin)

(Courtesy of Jagjaguwar)
(Courtesy of Jagjaguwar)

UCLA lecturer Denis Bouriakov is a member of the Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra and will perform alongside the UCLA Philharmonia on Thursday. He sat down with the Daily Bruin to discuss his past experiences and how he plans to inspire students. (Courtesy of  Takuyuki Saito)
UCLA lecturer Denis Bouriakov is a member of the Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra and will perform alongside the UCLA Philharmonia on Thursday. He sat down with the Daily Bruin to discuss his past experiences and how he plans to inspire students. (Courtesy of  Takuyuki Saito)

The Radical Publishing Weekend will include an exhibition in the Fowler Musuem titled "South of No North." The blown-up photographs and artwork from books of independent publishing company Gate Negro Ediciones will be featured on the walls of the building's interior. (Courtesy of Sebastian Clough)
The Radical Publishing Weekend will include an exhibition in the Fowler Musuem titled "South of No North." The blown-up photographs and artwork from books of independent publishing company Gate Negro Ediciones will be featured on the walls of the building's interior. (Courtesy of Sebastian Clough)

Cannaclub education director Eugenio Castro Garza, a second-year political science student, said the organization is offering Cannabis 101 to attempt to lessen the stigma around the substance and start serious dialogue. (Joe Akira/Daily Bruin)
Cannaclub education director Eugenio Castro Garza, a second-year political science student, said the organization is offering Cannabis 101 to attempt to lessen the stigma around the substance and start serious dialogue. (Joe Akira/Daily Bruin)


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