Sunday, March 24

Graduate students Su Castillo (left) and Ernest Gardner Jr. (right) worked on the production "The Kitchen." Castillo acts in the show while Gardner constructed the set that portrays a 1958 London restaurant. (Courtesy of UCLA's School of Theater, Film and Television)
Graduate students Su Castillo (left) and Ernest Gardner Jr. (right) worked on the production "The Kitchen." Castillo acts in the show while Gardner constructed the set that portrays a 1958 London restaurant. (Courtesy of UCLA's School of Theater, Film and Television)

(Alice Lu/Daily Bruin)
(Alice Lu/Daily Bruin)

(Courtesy of MPRM Communications)
(Courtesy of MPRM Communications)

Tara Yazdi, a fourth-year anthropology student, modeled one of Jila Saberi's evening gown during “An Evening of Fashion.” The long silk evening gown is bias cut, a form-fitting style that accentuates the lines and curves of the wearer, said the designer, Saberi. The fashion show was hosted by the Iranian Student Group at UCLA, in association with the Persian-American Cancer Institute. (James Schaap/Daily Bruin)
Tara Yazdi, a fourth-year anthropology student, modeled one of Jila Saberi's evening gown during “An Evening of Fashion.” The long silk evening gown is bias cut, a form-fitting style that accentuates the lines and curves of the wearer, said the designer, Saberi. The fashion show was hosted by the Iranian Student Group at UCLA, in association with the Persian-American Cancer Institute. (James Schaap/Daily Bruin)

UCLA alumnus Roger Suen worked on "Ms. Purple," which will premier at the Sundance Film Festival, scoring the film from the very start, rather than as a post-production task. (Courtesy of Annie Bang)
UCLA alumnus Roger Suen worked on "Ms. Purple," which will premier at the Sundance Film Festival, scoring the film from the very start, rather than as a post-production task. (Courtesy of Annie Bang)

Erkki Huhtamo, a professor at UCLA's department of design media arts, gave a series of lectures throughout Japan entitled "Media, Transportations, and the Challenges of Posthuman Culture." (Courtesy of University of Tsukuba)
Erkki Huhtamo, a professor at UCLA's department of design media arts, gave a series of lectures throughout Japan entitled "Media, Transportations, and the Challenges of Posthuman Culture." (Courtesy of University of Tsukuba)

(Courtesy of Universal Pictures)
(Courtesy of Universal Pictures)