Saturday, October 21

(Michael Zshornack/Photo editor)
(Michael Zshornack/Photo editor)

Environmental science professor Noah Garrison became friends with Carter Bays and Craig Thomas when they were all in college. Bays and Thomas later created the show "How I Met Your Mother" and used pieces of Garrison's life to inspire the character of Marshall. (Owen Emerson/Daily Bruin senior staff)
Environmental science professor Noah Garrison became friends with Carter Bays and Craig Thomas when they were all in college. Bays and Thomas later created the show "How I Met Your Mother" and used pieces of Garrison's life to inspire the character of Marshall. (Owen Emerson/Daily Bruin senior staff)

(Harish Balasubramani/Illustrations director)
(Harish Balasubramani/Illustrations director)

Solange Knowles released her new album "A Seat at the Table" on Friday, following the trend of adding multimedia that goes beyond the music to market the artist's brand. (Courtesy of Solange Knowles)
Solange Knowles released her new album "A Seat at the Table" on Friday, following the trend of adding multimedia that goes beyond the music to market the artist's brand. (Courtesy of Solange Knowles)

Before coming to the West Coast, James Bass conducted choirs in Florida and Michigan. (Miriam Bribiesca/Photo editor)
Before coming to the West Coast, James Bass conducted choirs in Florida and Michigan. (Miriam Bribiesca/Photo editor)

A photo of third-year sociology student Danielle de Bruin’s eyes is featured in the photo exhibition titled “The Beauty in You,” which was organized by the Student Wellness Commission's Body Image Task Force and the Cultural Affairs Commission. The exhibition runs through Wednesday in the Kerckhoff Art Gallery. (Kira VandenBrande/Daily Bruin)
A photo of third-year sociology student Danielle de Bruin’s eyes is featured in the photo exhibition titled “The Beauty in You,” which was organized by the Student Wellness Commission's Body Image Task Force and the Cultural Affairs Commission. The exhibition runs through Wednesday in the Kerckhoff Art Gallery. (Kira VandenBrande/Daily Bruin)

UCLA students, including third-year linguistics student Jessica Saisi (above), wrote responses to the poetry and prose submitted by incarcerated youth at Camp Fred Miller for the display “Write Back” Thursday night in Kerckhoff Art Gallery. (Zinnia Moreno/Daily Bruin)
UCLA students, including third-year linguistics student Jessica Saisi (above), wrote responses to the poetry and prose submitted by incarcerated youth at Camp Fred Miller for the display “Write Back” Thursday night in Kerckhoff Art Gallery. (Zinnia Moreno/Daily Bruin)