Tuesday, July 16

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Movie Review: ‘Pacific Rim’

If your inner 10-year-old rejoices at the thought of monsters fighting robots, then “Pacific Rim” is the film for you. “Pacific Rim” is Guillermo del Toro’s childhood fantasy brought to life, and the director has said he hopes it will reintroduce the Kaiju genre popular in the ’50s (“Kaiju” literally translates to “strange beasts”) to a new generation. Read more...

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Fourth-year world arts and cultures student Jacob Campbell hopes to apply his choreographing experience while fulfilling a nine-month teaching assistant contract in Madrid, Spain.
Fourth-year world arts and cultures student Jacob Campbell hopes to apply his choreographing experience while fulfilling a nine-month teaching assistant contract in Madrid, Spain.

Fourth-year theater student Phoebe Singer and third-year international development studies student Benjamin Siegel appear in Shakespeare at UCLA’s production “The Winter’s Tale,” a five-act tragicomedy.
Fourth-year theater student Phoebe Singer and third-year international development studies student Benjamin Siegel appear in Shakespeare at UCLA’s production “The Winter’s Tale,” a five-act tragicomedy.

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Graphic: Figure out your caffeine fix

With late-night studying and overpacked schedules, caffeine has become the college student’s best friend in keeping up with daily life. With the numerous options available at UCLA’s cafes, it’s hard to understand what’s what, let alone decide on what you want. Figure out your Caffeine Fix. Read more...

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Third-year theater student Halle Charlton will perform as a solo artist at Spring Sing again this year. Just before last year’s performance, Charlton created her alto ego Ruby Lee.
Third-year theater student Halle Charlton will perform as a solo artist at Spring Sing again this year. Just before last year’s performance, Charlton created her alto ego Ruby Lee.

Karen Anzoategui’s “Catholic School Daze” is a one-woman theatrical performance and interactive workshop that depicts Anzoategui’s experiences as a lesbian Latina at a time before she realized she was gay. The performance will take place in the Chicano Studies Research Center Library.
Karen Anzoategui’s “Catholic School Daze” is a one-woman theatrical performance and interactive workshop that depicts Anzoategui’s experiences as a lesbian Latina at a time before she realized she was gay. The performance will take place in the Chicano Studies Research Center Library.

One of the dance numbers was choreographed by fourth-year anthropology student Lexy Hartford. Set to the song “Ball” by T.I., the set starts out with hard-hitting hip-hop moves before transitioning into more free-form movements.
One of the dance numbers was choreographed by fourth-year anthropology student Lexy Hartford. Set to the song “Ball” by T.I., the set starts out with hard-hitting hip-hop moves before transitioning into more free-form movements.