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The band "Free Food" performs at Spring Sing.
The band "Free Food" performs at Spring Sing.

A cappella group Bruin Harmony won the award for "Best Entry" at Spring Sing.
A cappella group Bruin Harmony won the award for "Best Entry" at Spring Sing.

Fourth-year English student Grace Haeri and third-year anthropology student Francesca Luberti are models in this year’s Fashion and Student Trends fashion show. They will model garments created by student designers on the runway.
Fourth-year English student Grace Haeri and third-year anthropology student Francesca Luberti are models in this year’s Fashion and Student Trends fashion show. They will model garments created by student designers on the runway.

“Art in the Union,” an annual art competition that allows UCLA students to enter artwork of any medium, selects up to five winners from as many as 150 participants each year. The pieces are judged, and besides receiving $600 as a cash prize, winners have their works kept in the gallery’s permanent collection. A few art pieces in the competition are pictured above.
“Art in the Union,” an annual art competition that allows UCLA students to enter artwork of any medium, selects up to five winners from as many as 150 participants each year. The pieces are judged, and besides receiving $600 as a cash prize, winners have their works kept in the gallery’s permanent collection. A few art pieces in the competition are pictured above.

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Santa Barbara City College student Lauren Peikert won both the People’s Choice award and the Best Student Entry award at this year’s Edible Book Festival.
Santa Barbara City College student Lauren Peikert won both the People’s Choice award and the Best Student Entry award at this year’s Edible Book Festival.

References to Mickey Mouse, even his violent death, are just some themes in the art displayed at the Hammer's Llyn Foulkes exhibit.

Hammer’s Llyn Foulkes exhibit displays macabre work

From eerie, bloody portraits of shady figures to portrayals of Mickey Mouse’s death, the Llyn Foulkes exhibit at the Hammer Museum is highly emotive to say the least. Llyn Foulkes is an artist active since the 1960s whose art reflects his commentary on pop culture and mainstream society, including the Disney character Mickey Mouse. Read more...

References to Mickey Mouse, even his violent death, are just some themes in the art displayed at the Hammer's Llyn Foulkes exhibit.


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