Saturday, August 24

Daniel Steinhart, assistant professor of cinema studies at the University of Oregon, curated the UCLA Film & Television Archive’s current screening series, which considers how globalization changed the film industry following World War II. (Courtesy of Joshua Rainey)
Daniel Steinhart, assistant professor of cinema studies at the University of Oregon, curated the UCLA Film & Television Archive’s current screening series, which considers how globalization changed the film industry following World War II. (Courtesy of Joshua Rainey)

The all-male a capella group Bruin Harmony won both the UCLA Prytanean Alumnae Award for best a capella and the Northern California Alumni Grand Sweepstakes Award. A panel of 10 celebrity judges voted on nine of the ten awards, electing winners for all but the Bruin Choice Award, which audience members voted for via text. 
(MacKenzie Coffman/Assistant Photo editor)
The all-male a capella group Bruin Harmony won both the UCLA Prytanean Alumnae Award for best a capella and the Northern California Alumni Grand Sweepstakes Award. A panel of 10 celebrity judges voted on nine of the ten awards, electing winners for all but the Bruin Choice Award, which audience members voted for via text. 
(MacKenzie Coffman/Assistant Photo editor)

Offbeat, a band of six, creates an R&B sound with undertones of jazz and Western classical music. Using instrumentals as well as beatboxing, Offbeat's Spring Sing song is about partners who support each other. (Kanishka Mehra/Daily Bruin)
Offbeat, a band of six, creates an R&B sound with undertones of jazz and Western classical music. Using instrumentals as well as beatboxing, Offbeat's Spring Sing song is about partners who support each other. (Kanishka Mehra/Daily Bruin)

Jermaine Maurice Spivey will perform at "Night of 100 Solos: A Centennial Event." Though many of those performing at the event had never been trained by Merce Cunningham, his old company taught Cunningham technique to a new set of dancers. (Courtesy of Kathleen Schenck)
Jermaine Maurice Spivey will perform at "Night of 100 Solos: A Centennial Event." Though many of those performing at the event had never been trained by Merce Cunningham, his old company taught Cunningham technique to a new set of dancers. (Courtesy of Kathleen Schenck)

Leonard Koff, an associate at the UCLA Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, will give a lecture Thursday. The lecture will tie in philosopher Emmanuel Levinas' theories with Geoffrey Chaucer's "The Pardoner's Tale." (Daanish Bhatti/Daily Bruin)
Leonard Koff, an associate at the UCLA Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, will give a lecture Thursday. The lecture will tie in philosopher Emmanuel Levinas' theories with Geoffrey Chaucer's "The Pardoner's Tale." (Daanish Bhatti/Daily Bruin)

Los Angeles Ballet performed both "Serenade" and "La Sylphide" at Royce Hall on Saturday. The two contrasting performances allowed the other to shine, one for its simple staging and the other for its intricacy. (Amy Dixon/Photo editor)
Los Angeles Ballet performed both "Serenade" and "La Sylphide" at Royce Hall on Saturday. The two contrasting performances allowed the other to shine, one for its simple staging and the other for its intricacy. (Amy Dixon/Photo editor)

Fourth-year art history student Yimeng Yuan's short film "The Melancholy of March" follows a young child on a family picnic during which he interacts with a ghost his father cannot see. Despite the supernatural turn, Yuan said the film takes a lighthearted tone through the children's interactions while also exploring a strained father-child relationship. (Xuxin Zhang/Daily Bruin)
Fourth-year art history student Yimeng Yuan's short film "The Melancholy of March" follows a young child on a family picnic during which he interacts with a ghost his father cannot see. Despite the supernatural turn, Yuan said the film takes a lighthearted tone through the children's interactions while also exploring a strained father-child relationship. (Xuxin Zhang/Daily Bruin)


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