Wednesday, September 18


James Bay opened the Los Angeles show Monday with "Pink Lemonade." He swapped out guitars after each song during his "Electric Light" tour set at The Wiltern. (Emily Ng/Daily Bruin)

Concert review: James Bay’s ‘Electric Light’ tour energizes audience with vibrant sounds

James Bay strutted on stage in a leather jacket, wielding a jet-black guitar while strumming electricity into the air. The indie rock artist brought melodic vocals to The Wiltern on Monday night during the Los Angeles leg of the “Electric Light” tour. Read more...

Photo: James Bay opened the Los Angeles show Monday with "Pink Lemonade." He swapped out guitars after each song during his "Electric Light" tour set at The Wiltern. (Emily Ng/Daily Bruin)

James Bay opened the Los Angeles show Monday with "Pink Lemonade." He swapped out guitars after each song during his "Electric Light" tour set at The Wiltern. (Emily Ng/Daily Bruin)


Sara Gilbert, a fourth-year musical theater student and Michael Wells, a third-year musical theater student, will star in an upcoming production of "Rebel Genius" on campus. The two will bring to life the love story of Mileva Maric and Albert Einstein, focusing on the latter's relationships, as opposed to his scientific prowess. (Tanmay Shankar/Daily Bruin)

Musical humanizes Einstein through balance of ambition, romantic relationship

Albert Einstein is known for his academic prowess, but “Rebel Genius” will bring his romantic endeavors to center stage. The musical’s world premiere, presented by the department of theater in the UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television will run from Friday through March 16 in Macgowan Hall’s Little Theater. Read more...

Photo: Sara Gilbert, a fourth-year musical theater student and Michael Wells, a third-year musical theater student, will star in an upcoming production of "Rebel Genius" on campus. The two will bring to life the love story of Mileva Maric and Albert Einstein, focusing on the latter's relationships, as opposed to his scientific prowess. (Tanmay Shankar/Daily Bruin)

Sara Gilbert, a fourth-year musical theater student and Michael Wells, a third-year musical theater student, will star in an upcoming production of "Rebel Genius" on campus. The two will bring to life the love story of Mileva Maric and Albert Einstein, focusing on the latter's relationships, as opposed to his scientific prowess. (Tanmay Shankar/Daily Bruin)


Jack Garell, a second-year art student, sat next to a photo of himself wrapped in a plastic poncho and sitting on a couch. His piece is part of a series entitled "Plastic People," which he said comments on the everyday use of plastic. (Amy Dixon/Photo editor)

MOCA curates annual student art exhibit featuring diverse subjects and styles

Personal reflection and contemporary conversation inspired 19 art students to give a physical form to societal debates. Bennett Simpson, the senior curator at The Museum of Contemporary Art, chose works from a pool of nearly 100 applicants for the UCLA Department of Art’s annual undergraduate exhibition. Read more...

Photo: Jack Garell, a second-year art student, sat next to a photo of himself wrapped in a plastic poncho and sitting on a couch. His piece is part of a series entitled "Plastic People," which he said comments on the everyday use of plastic. (Amy Dixon/Photo editor)

Jack Garell, a second-year art student, sat next to a photo of himself wrapped in a plastic poncho and sitting on a couch. His piece is part of a series entitled "Plastic People," which he said comments on the everyday use of plastic. (Amy Dixon/Photo editor)


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