Monday, October 15

First-year business economics student Cloe Feldman, known professionally as Cloe Breena, has over 1.67 million subscribers on her YouTube lifestyle channel, CloeCouture. (Courtesy of Dylan Robbins)

Student fashions makeup, lifestyle YouTube videos

Cloe Feldman is a YouTube celebrity, and she’s very busy because of it. Her YouTube channel, CloeCouture, has over 1.67 million subscribers and she will soon be the face of a clothing company with several other YouTubers. Read more...

Photo: First-year business economics student Cloe Feldman, known professionally as Cloe Breena, has over 1.67 million subscribers on her YouTube lifestyle channel, CloeCouture. (Courtesy of Dylan Robbins)

First-year business economics student Cloe Feldman, known professionally as Cloe Breena, has over 1.67 million subscribers on her YouTube lifestyle channel, CloeCouture. (Courtesy of Dylan Robbins)

Shia LaBeouf smiles during #ALLMYMOVIES, a livestream of the actor watching all his films in reverse chronological order. LaBeouf has produced a series of performance art pieces in 2015 designed to push artistic boundaries and inspire unconventional thought. (newhive.com)

Second Take: Shia LaBeouf’s eccentric 2015 performance art dismantles celebrity

This week, Daily Bruin A&E is counting down to the new year by looking back at the best and worst events in the arts and entertainment world of 2015. Read more...

Photo: Shia LaBeouf smiles during #ALLMYMOVIES, a livestream of the actor watching all his films in reverse chronological order. LaBeouf has produced a series of performance art pieces in 2015 designed to push artistic boundaries and inspire unconventional thought. (newhive.com)

Shia LaBeouf smiles during #ALLMYMOVIES, a livestream of the actor watching all his films in reverse chronological order. LaBeouf has produced a series of performance art pieces in 2015 designed to push artistic boundaries and inspire unconventional thought. (newhive.com)

UCLA alumnus Alex Beene, second from left, authored "The Journey of the Paper Heart," a story about a paper heart separated from its owner in Paris. After the Paris attacks, Beene decided to donate 100 percent of the proceeds to attack victims. (Courtesy of Marilyn Means)

UCLA alum donates book proceeds to victims of Paris attacks

After several hours of weeping over news of the November Paris attacks, Alex Beene realized his most recent children’s book was eerily relevant in the wake of the tragedy. Read more...

Photo: UCLA alumnus Alex Beene, second from left, authored "The Journey of the Paper Heart," a story about a paper heart separated from its owner in Paris. After the Paris attacks, Beene decided to donate 100 percent of the proceeds to attack victims. (Courtesy of Marilyn Means)

UCLA alumnus Alex Beene, second from left, authored "The Journey of the Paper Heart," a story about a paper heart separated from its owner in Paris. After the Paris attacks, Beene decided to donate 100 percent of the proceeds to attack victims. (Courtesy of Marilyn Means)

As a child, adjunct associate ethnomusicology professor Ivan Varimezov listened to Bulgarian folk music on the radio and became interested in the gaida, a bagpipe of the Balkans and Southeast Europe. He now teaches Balkan music at UCLA and performs with his two daughters and wife at family gatherings. (Michael Zshornack/Daily Bruin)

Sounds of Schoenberg: The gaida

Each week, Daily Bruin A&E will explore the instruments of the World Musical Instrument Collection and their performers that all contribute to the musical landscape of the UCLA Herb Alpert School of Music. Read more...

Photo: As a child, adjunct associate ethnomusicology professor Ivan Varimezov listened to Bulgarian folk music on the radio and became interested in the gaida, a bagpipe of the Balkans and Southeast Europe. He now teaches Balkan music at UCLA and performs with his two daughters and wife at family gatherings. (Michael Zshornack/Daily Bruin)

As a child, adjunct associate ethnomusicology professor Ivan Varimezov listened to Bulgarian folk music on the radio and became interested in the gaida, a bagpipe of the Balkans and Southeast Europe. He now teaches Balkan music at UCLA and performs with his two daughters and wife at family gatherings. (Michael Zshornack/Daily Bruin)

Fourth-year physiological science student Elliott Cheung (left) was drawn to cooking because he saw homemade food as the best way to explore new flavors on a college budget. The fourth-year physiological science student is now one of the Cooking and Baking Club's longest standing members and a current participant in the six-month professional diploma program at Culver City's New School of Cooking. (Mackenzie Possee/Daily Bruin)

Bruin chef imparts culinary knowledge to club members

The president of UCLA’s Cooking and Baking Club once burned water while making pasta. Ten years later, Elliott Cheung stood in the Sunset Canyon Vista Room at the front of a steel kitchen table cluttered with cheddar cheese, Jello mix and oregano, overseeing a club member as she seasoned her salsa. Read more...

Photo: Fourth-year physiological science student Elliott Cheung (left) was drawn to cooking because he saw homemade food as the best way to explore new flavors on a college budget. The fourth-year physiological science student is now one of the Cooking and Baking Club's longest standing members and a current participant in the six-month professional diploma program at Culver City's New School of Cooking. (Mackenzie Possee/Daily Bruin)

Fourth-year physiological science student Elliott Cheung (left) was drawn to cooking because he saw homemade food as the best way to explore new flavors on a college budget. The fourth-year physiological science student is now one of the Cooking and Baking Club's longest standing members and a current participant in the six-month professional diploma program at Culver City's New School of Cooking. (Mackenzie Possee/Daily Bruin)