Monday, October 15

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Album Review: ‘English Graffiti’

After I didn’t know what to expect from 2011′s release of The Vaccine’s first studio album, “What Did You Expect From The Vaccines?,” I formed high expectations that were prematurely disappointed by the band’s 2012 sophomore album, “Come Of Age.” With “English Graffiti,” The Vaccines paint a bright future for itself but left me with mixed feelings. Read more...

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Jazz, funk and R&B band Fine Print took home The Northern California Alumni Grand Sweepstakes Award for best overall performance and The UCLA Las Doñas Award for best band entry for its performance of its original song "Move On." (Miriam Bribiesca/Daily Bruin)

Jazz, funk and R&B group Fine Print takes best overall at Spring Sing

This post was updated on May 17 at 4:22 p.m. On Saturday night in Pauley Pavilion, a surprise performance by Red Hot Chili Peppers’ Anthony Kiedis and Josh Klinghoffer and skits by comedy group Company were interspersed with a cappella groups, dance teams, bands, solos and duets taking the Spring Sing stage. Read more...

Photo: Jazz, funk and R&B band Fine Print took home The Northern California Alumni Grand Sweepstakes Award for best overall performance and The UCLA Las Doñas Award for best band entry for its performance of its original song "Move On." (Miriam Bribiesca/Daily Bruin)

Jazz, funk and R&B band Fine Print took home The Northern California Alumni Grand Sweepstakes Award for best overall performance and The UCLA Las Doñas Award for best band entry for its performance of its original song "Move On." (Miriam Bribiesca/Daily Bruin)

Second-year history student Eva Barrosse (left) and second-year microbiology, immunology and molecular genetics student David Miller make up the band Eva B. Ross Foundation and will perform their original song "Easy" at Spring Sing. (Miriam Bribiesca/Daily Bruin)

Spring Sing 2015: Eva B. Ross Foundation

Almost two years after the formation of their duet and a year since they performed across Europe, Eva Barrosse and David Miller are embracing their newly fleshed out sound with their full band, the Eva B. Read more...

Photo: Second-year history student Eva Barrosse (left) and second-year microbiology, immunology and molecular genetics student David Miller make up the band Eva B. Ross Foundation and will perform their original song "Easy" at Spring Sing. (Miriam Bribiesca/Daily Bruin)

Second-year history student Eva Barrosse (left) and second-year microbiology, immunology and molecular genetics student David Miller make up the band Eva B. Ross Foundation and will perform their original song "Easy" at Spring Sing. (Miriam Bribiesca/Daily Bruin)

Graduate photography student Carla Ray Harris’ exhibit, “INCONSPICUOUS PRESENCE,” features self-portraits and installations consisting of a dining room setup that seeks to encourage viewers to rethink their perceptions of different groups in society. (Emaan Baqai/Daily Bruin)

Graduate student questions media perception in thesis photography show

The perception of a quaint, traditional dining room in Carla Jay Harris’ thesis exhibition is shattered by a closer look at the floral wallpaper that lines the walls. Read more...

Photo: Graduate photography student Carla Ray Harris’ exhibit, “INCONSPICUOUS PRESENCE,” features self-portraits and installations consisting of a dining room setup that seeks to encourage viewers to rethink their perceptions of different groups in society. (Emaan Baqai/Daily Bruin)

Graduate photography student Carla Ray Harris’ exhibit, “INCONSPICUOUS PRESENCE,” features self-portraits and installations consisting of a dining room setup that seeks to encourage viewers to rethink their perceptions of different groups in society. (Emaan Baqai/Daily Bruin)


Design | Media Arts graduate student Hsin-Yu Lin's solo exhibition, "Kin Ku Ki Kwan ( The Encyclopedia of Timid Knowledge)," will open Thursday in Broad 1250. The wax-covered installation will be accompanied by a game, which Lin said will guide viewers to interact with the sculpture and space. (Maryrose Kulick/Daily Bruin Senior Staff)

MFA exhibit invites visitors to challenge perception of space

Wax drips onto a convoluted pipe that spans a hallway of the Broad Art Center. Design | Media Arts graduate student Hsin-Yu Lin sits underneath the installation as she speaks of her interest in objects and the social purpose they serve in a space. Read more...

Photo: Design | Media Arts graduate student Hsin-Yu Lin's solo exhibition, "Kin Ku Ki Kwan ( The Encyclopedia of Timid Knowledge)," will open Thursday in Broad 1250. The wax-covered installation will be accompanied by a game, which Lin said will guide viewers to interact with the sculpture and space. (Maryrose Kulick/Daily Bruin Senior Staff)

Design | Media Arts graduate student Hsin-Yu Lin's solo exhibition, "Kin Ku Ki Kwan ( The Encyclopedia of Timid Knowledge)," will open Thursday in Broad 1250. The wax-covered installation will be accompanied by a game, which Lin said will guide viewers to interact with the sculpture and space. (Maryrose Kulick/Daily Bruin Senior Staff)