Sunday, January 21

Third-year theater students Cory Peter Lane, Hunter Saling and Jeremy Elder (left to right), who perform in the comedy group Business Casual, showcase their signature pose. The group got its name when they first performed together in dress shirts and ties after going to the show following a networking event on campus. (Hannah Burnett/Assistant Photo editor)
Third-year theater students Cory Peter Lane, Hunter Saling and Jeremy Elder (left to right), who perform in the comedy group Business Casual, showcase their signature pose. The group got its name when they first performed together in dress shirts and ties after going to the show following a networking event on campus. (Hannah Burnett/Assistant Photo editor)

Alumna Libby Hsieh plays bass in the all-female band Girl Friday. She said the band's songs feature inherently political messages under a more lighthearted pop sound on their latest EP, “Tiny Hats.” (Isa Saalabi/Daily Bruin)
Alumna Libby Hsieh plays bass in the all-female band Girl Friday. She said the band's songs feature inherently political messages under a more lighthearted pop sound on their latest EP, “Tiny Hats.” (Isa Saalabi/Daily Bruin)

KIIS FM's Jingle Ball concert Friday night was filled with festive and captivating performances that set a cheery mood for the holiday season. Highlights of the night included Taylor Swift and Ed Sheeran's first live performance of "End Game" and Charlie Puth's rendition of "Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas." (Eli Countryman/Daily Bruin)

Concert review: KIIS FM’s Jingle Ball at The Forum

Los Angeles rang in the holiday season with KIIS FM’s Jingle Ball, which highlighted some of the biggest hits of the year. The sold-out show, which lasted four and a half hours and was hosted by Ryan Seacrest, featured musicians such as Halsey and Taylor Swift who performed alongside pyrotechnics, confetti, and theatrical smoke effects.The dozens of singers at the show brought a light-hearted and festive energy to the stage. Read more...

KIIS FM's Jingle Ball concert Friday night was filled with festive and captivating performances that set a cheery mood for the holiday season. Highlights of the night included Taylor Swift and Ed Sheeran's first live performance of "End Game" and Charlie Puth's rendition of "Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas." (Eli Countryman/Daily Bruin)

Alumna Veronica Bianqui wrote her single, "Victim," as a means of expressing herself as she recovered from a state of emotional codependence. All of the proceeds for the single, which was released in September, will be donated to the Harm Reduction Coalition in memory of Bianqui's sister, who died in July following a long period of drug addiction. (Chengcheng Zhang/Daily Bruin)
Alumna Veronica Bianqui wrote her single, "Victim," as a means of expressing herself as she recovered from a state of emotional codependence. All of the proceeds for the single, which was released in September, will be donated to the Harm Reduction Coalition in memory of Bianqui's sister, who died in July following a long period of drug addiction. (Chengcheng Zhang/Daily Bruin)

(Courtesy of Clay Enos)

Movie review: ‘Justice League’

“Justice League” takes the stereotypical, end-of-the-world superhero movie plot and manages to make it even more predictable. With an overly straightforward plot, “Justice League” is the most recent film in the DC Extended Universe following the release of the critically acclaimed “Wonder Woman.” Although the film does adopt some of the strong humor and plot development that made “Wonder Woman” so successful, “Justice League” certainly does not do justice to the standard set by the earlier release. Read more...

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Third-year theater student Kelsey Kato (left), Zachary Dushenko (center) and Jessie Guthrie (right) are a part of graduate student Joe Samaniego's play "Me, Myself and the Apocalypse." (Anthony Ismail/Daily Bruin)
Third-year theater student Kelsey Kato (left), Zachary Dushenko (center) and Jessie Guthrie (right) are a part of graduate student Joe Samaniego's play "Me, Myself and the Apocalypse." (Anthony Ismail/Daily Bruin)