Tuesday, June 18

Professor Rodney McMillian’s abstract art exhibit, "In This Land,” will be on display at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art until June 9. McMillian said the piece is meant to engage with the political and social ideologies that constitute American culture and the concept of home.
(Courtesy of Rodney McMillian and Vielmetter Los Angeles)
Professor Rodney McMillian’s abstract art exhibit, "In This Land,” will be on display at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art until June 9. McMillian said the piece is meant to engage with the political and social ideologies that constitute American culture and the concept of home.
(Courtesy of Rodney McMillian and Vielmetter Los Angeles)

Graduate acting student Taji Senior will consider race, religion and gender on stage during her performance of “'A' (What the Black Girl Found While Searching for God)" at the Fowler Museum on Wednesday. (Joe Akira/Daily Bruin staff)
Graduate acting student Taji Senior will consider race, religion and gender on stage during her performance of “'A' (What the Black Girl Found While Searching for God)" at the Fowler Museum on Wednesday. (Joe Akira/Daily Bruin staff)

Fourth-year computer science and cognitive science student Jason Mally performed two original songs and completed his set with Third Eye Blind’s “Jumper.” (MacKenzie Coffman/Assistant Photo editor)
Fourth-year computer science and cognitive science student Jason Mally performed two original songs and completed his set with Third Eye Blind’s “Jumper.” (MacKenzie Coffman/Assistant Photo editor)

Fourth-year theater student Eliza Faloona (left) and second-year theater acting student Sophie Landeck (right) star in "Unseen," a play following war photographer Mia after she wakes up unconscious following a massacre in Istanbul. Faloona said the production highlights the ways in which war impacts interpersonal relationships. (Kanishka Mehra/Daily Bruin)
Fourth-year theater student Eliza Faloona (left) and second-year theater acting student Sophie Landeck (right) star in "Unseen," a play following war photographer Mia after she wakes up unconscious following a massacre in Istanbul. Faloona said the production highlights the ways in which war impacts interpersonal relationships. (Kanishka Mehra/Daily Bruin)