Monday, February 18

Sara Silva, a fourth-year theater student, plays the titular character in UCLA's production of "Medea." The Greek classic is about the scorned woman's violent acts, but on closer examination shows the toxic effects of male entitlement, crew members said. (Anirudh Keni/Daily Bruin)
Sara Silva, a fourth-year theater student, plays the titular character in UCLA's production of "Medea." The Greek classic is about the scorned woman's violent acts, but on closer examination shows the toxic effects of male entitlement, crew members said. (Anirudh Keni/Daily Bruin)

Nathan Nguyen-Le, a graduate cinematography student, and Elon Zlotnik, a fourth-year film student, teamed up with Coca-Cola and Regal Cinemas to make a 30-second advertisement that encapsulates the movie-going experience. The commercial shows a young couple on a movie date, and is competing for the opportunity to be to be screened in Regal theaters. (Metztli Garcia/Daily Bruin)
Nathan Nguyen-Le, a graduate cinematography student, and Elon Zlotnik, a fourth-year film student, teamed up with Coca-Cola and Regal Cinemas to make a 30-second advertisement that encapsulates the movie-going experience. The commercial shows a young couple on a movie date, and is competing for the opportunity to be to be screened in Regal theaters. (Metztli Garcia/Daily Bruin)

Ally Chou, a third-year art history student, runs Ziuá Design, an Etsy shop selling premade templates of printable organizers to students. Her customers receive the files as PDFs via email, and can print the planners out themselves. Chou said with her products, she strives to emulate the artistry and efficiency of bullet journals, and eliminate the stress of having to create one from scratch. (Talia Markowitz/Daily Bruin)
Ally Chou, a third-year art history student, runs Ziuá Design, an Etsy shop selling premade templates of printable organizers to students. Her customers receive the files as PDFs via email, and can print the planners out themselves. Chou said with her products, she strives to emulate the artistry and efficiency of bullet journals, and eliminate the stress of having to create one from scratch. (Talia Markowitz/Daily Bruin)

Alumna Zinnia Moreno often centers her photography around social justice. For the “1 in 3” campaign project, Moreno paired with a woman who had an abortion, and took four black-and-white photos meant to reflect her emotional journey through the experience. 
(Courtesy of Jaylen Newman)
Alumna Zinnia Moreno often centers her photography around social justice. For the “1 in 3” campaign project, Moreno paired with a woman who had an abortion, and took four black-and-white photos meant to reflect her emotional journey through the experience. 
(Courtesy of Jaylen Newman)