Monday, March 25

(Courtesy of Claudette Barius/Universal Pictures)
(Courtesy of Claudette Barius/Universal Pictures)

(Left to right) James Chaney, a third-year communication student; Viva Rose, a third-year theater student; and Nasir Ahmed, a third-year neuroscience student, will perform at the Laugh Bowl, a stand-up comedy competition hosted by the Student Committee for the Arts. The event will host competitors from various universities across Southern California, including UCLA, UC San Diego, UC Santa Barbara and USC. (Daanish Bhatti/Daily Bruin)
(Left to right) James Chaney, a third-year communication student; Viva Rose, a third-year theater student; and Nasir Ahmed, a third-year neuroscience student, will perform at the Laugh Bowl, a stand-up comedy competition hosted by the Student Committee for the Arts. The event will host competitors from various universities across Southern California, including UCLA, UC San Diego, UC Santa Barbara and USC. (Daanish Bhatti/Daily Bruin)

Jamilah Sabur draws inspiration from geographic data for her pieces like “Stream Gradient” (pictured above), and a video installation which will be on display at the Hammer Museum until May 5. (Courtesy of Jamilah Sabur and Nina Johnson)
Jamilah Sabur draws inspiration from geographic data for her pieces like “Stream Gradient” (pictured above), and a video installation which will be on display at the Hammer Museum until May 5. (Courtesy of Jamilah Sabur and Nina Johnson)

Danielle Macdonald and Jennifer Aniston star in “Dumplin',” a Netflix original film releasing Friday. The film follows Macdonald as Willowdean, who enters the local beauty pageant to prove to her mother, played by Aniston, that the institution is shallow and flawed. (Courtesy of Netflix)
Danielle Macdonald and Jennifer Aniston star in “Dumplin',” a Netflix original film releasing Friday. The film follows Macdonald as Willowdean, who enters the local beauty pageant to prove to her mother, played by Aniston, that the institution is shallow and flawed. (Courtesy of Netflix)

Terri Lyne Carrington, the first woman to win a Grammy for Best Jazz Instrumental Album, will perform in Royce Hall on Friday. Carrington created the Institute of Jazz and Gender Justice at Berklee College of Music because she said she noticed fewer women involved in instrumental aspects of jazz. (Courtesy of Tracy Love)
Terri Lyne Carrington, the first woman to win a Grammy for Best Jazz Instrumental Album, will perform in Royce Hall on Friday. Carrington created the Institute of Jazz and Gender Justice at Berklee College of Music because she said she noticed fewer women involved in instrumental aspects of jazz. (Courtesy of Tracy Love)