Tuesday, September 18

Third-year political science and economics student and former Daily Bruin contributor Barry Yang used his drone to shoot aerial footage of UCLA's campus, which he then posted on his YouTube channel. (Chengcheng Zhang/Daily Bruin)
Third-year political science and economics student and former Daily Bruin contributor Barry Yang used his drone to shoot aerial footage of UCLA's campus, which he then posted on his YouTube channel. (Chengcheng Zhang/Daily Bruin)

(QingQing Su/Daily Bruin)
(QingQing Su/Daily Bruin)

Zombies, ghouls, cannibals and mad scientists roamed Covel Commons Tuesday night as part of "Haunted Hill: Apocalypse." (Emily Perkins Rock/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Review: ‘Haunted Hill: Apocalypse’

Stress and fear permeate UCLA’s campus every October as students prepare to take their first midterms of the year. Ironically, one form of escape among students Tuesday night was “Haunted Hill: Apocalypse,” a one-night haunted house put on by the On-Campus Housing Council in the Covel Grand Horizon Room. Read more...

Zombies, ghouls, cannibals and mad scientists roamed Covel Commons Tuesday night as part of "Haunted Hill: Apocalypse." (Emily Perkins Rock/Daily Bruin senior staff)

(Harish Balasubramani/ Illustrations director)

Concert review: Live screening of “The Nightmare Before Christmas” at the Hollywood Bowl

The “The Nightmare Before Christmas” soundtrack magically ties together Halloween tunes and Christmas carols. Seventeen thousand people filled the Hollywood Bowl to the brim Friday night for the live screening and orchestral performance of Tim Burton’s holiday cult classic “The Nightmare Before Christmas.” The soundtrack composer and songwriter of the film Danny Elfman contributed live vocals to the event. Read more...

(Harish Balasubramani/ Illustrations director)

Denver-born rock band The Fray will perform at the Wiltern on Monday night. The band performed at the venue in 2006 after the release of the album "How to Save a Life." (Courtesy of Frank Ochenfels)

Q&A: The Fray member Joe King discusses current tour, band origins

Guitarist Joe King would love to see stand-up comedian Bob Saget in the audience at the Fray’s show at the Wiltern on Monday. The “Full House” star Saget made an unexpected backstage appearance during the band’s last performance at the Wiltern in 2006, solidifying the venue as one the band would go on to remember, King said. Read more...

Denver-born rock band The Fray will perform at the Wiltern on Monday night. The band performed at the venue in 2006 after the release of the album "How to Save a Life." (Courtesy of Frank Ochenfels)