Monday, October 23

Prisoners

Movie Review: ‘Prisoners’

New thriller “Prisoners” keeps its audience alert and anxious while spinning every parent’s worst fear: a child gone missing. The film keeps an intense tone while presenting a carefully crafted plot that grips viewers with both its intelligence and terror. Read more...

Prisoners

Director Matt Russak and actor Joshua Koopman work on set in the production of “doubleblind,” the first pilot made by a graduate program.
Director Matt Russak and actor Joshua Koopman work on set in the production of “doubleblind,” the first pilot made by a graduate program.

Fourth-year history student Suze Papazyan will perform her original song “Forever for Now” as a solo artist at Spring Sing.
Fourth-year history student Suze Papazyan will perform her original song “Forever for Now” as a solo artist at Spring Sing.

UCLA alumnus Adam Walker, a singer-songwriter who draws both from Bob Dylan and heavy metal, will perform tonight at Kerckhoff Coffee House as a part of the Cultural Affairs Commission’s concert series.
UCLA alumnus Adam Walker, a singer-songwriter who draws both from Bob Dylan and heavy metal, will perform tonight at Kerckhoff Coffee House as a part of the Cultural Affairs Commission’s concert series.


The Art Shaped Box club meets every week at Sunset Recreation Center where students work on different weekly art projects. Vanessa Goh, fourth-year environmental science student, works on an art work with color pastels.
The Art Shaped Box club meets every week at Sunset Recreation Center where students work on different weekly art projects. Vanessa Goh, fourth-year environmental science student, works on an art work with color pastels.

Whitney Port, author, clothing designer and television personality from MTV’s “The Hills” and “The City,” will hold a Q&A session for students tonight in Moore 100.

Whitney Port holds Q&A session at UCLA

The beginning of Whitney Port’s fashion career was chronicled as a part of MTV’s reality show “The Hills” and later in her own spin-off show “The City.” After starting out at “Teen Vogue” and then working in other avenues of the fashion industry, Port, still in her twenties, is now a designer and dedicated to furthering the progress of her business and clothing line. Read more...

Whitney Port, author, clothing designer and television personality from MTV’s “The Hills” and “The City,” will hold a Q&A session for students tonight in Moore 100.


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