Wednesday, May 23

(Miriam Bribiesca/Photo Editor)

Creative Labs club connects design, coding in real-world projects

UCLA students showcased where cars get the most parking tickets in Westwood – at Lindbrook Drive and Westwood Boulevard. The parking ticket data, along with other Los Angeles transportation patterns, were presented in an online, multicolored map by coders and designers in the club Creative Labs. Read more...

Photo: (Miriam Bribiesca/Photo Editor)

(Miriam Bribiesca/Photo Editor)

The CW announced it will remake a prequel version of the 2000s show "Charmed" featuring a new cast of witches. (Creative Commons by Wkikpedystka96 via Wikimedia)

Second Take: ‘Charmed’ reboot to cast a spell with prequel storyline

Fans better be charmed with The CW’s television reboot of “Charmed.” The CW announced its development Thursday of a rendition of the 1998 to 2006 show “Charmed,” which will take place in the 1970s with a new cast of witches. Read more...

Photo: The CW announced it will remake a prequel version of the 2000s show "Charmed" featuring a new cast of witches. (Creative Commons by Wkikpedystka96 via Wikimedia)

The CW announced it will remake a prequel version of the 2000s show "Charmed" featuring a new cast of witches. (Creative Commons by Wkikpedystka96 via Wikimedia)


UCLA graduate T.K. Lê explores her journey with identification and heritage with her newest science fiction performance piece about a grandmother, which she will perform in downtown Los Angeles.
(Efren Piñon/Daily Bruin)

UCLA graduate explores Vietnamese identity in sci-fi performance piece

This post was updated Oct. 21 at 2 p.m. T.K. Lê lay sprawled out on her Koreatown apartment floor, drawing arrows and connecting blocks of text on a huge piece of parchment paper. Read more...

Photo: UCLA graduate T.K. Lê explores her journey with identification and heritage with her newest science fiction performance piece about a grandmother, which she will perform in downtown Los Angeles. (Efren Piñon/Daily Bruin)

UCLA graduate T.K. Lê explores her journey with identification and heritage with her newest science fiction performance piece about a grandmother, which she will perform in downtown Los Angeles.
(Efren Piñon/Daily Bruin)

The Empire Polo Club will host Weekend 2 of rock festival Desert Trip beginning Friday. It's the same venue as the annual shows Stagecoach Festival and Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival. (Daniel Alcazar/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Desert Trip offers fans of all ages chance to see heroes perform

Hannah Nizinski skipped class trying to buy tickets to see the classic rock heroes of her childhood. This weekend, the second-year business economics student will attend the rock music festival Desert Trip with her father, who she said first introduced her to the genre. Read more...

Photo: The Empire Polo Club will host Weekend 2 of rock festival Desert Trip beginning Friday. It's the same venue as the annual shows Stagecoach Festival and Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival. (Daniel Alcazar/Daily Bruin senior staff)

The Empire Polo Club will host Weekend 2 of rock festival Desert Trip beginning Friday. It's the same venue as the annual shows Stagecoach Festival and Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival. (Daniel Alcazar/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Second-year undeclared student Kiriko Kajiwara decorated her own pants, which she bought at Goodwill, with paints.  Kajiwara said she wears bright colors because they make her happy.  (Michael Zshornack/Assistant Photo editor)

Photo: UCLA students showcase unique fall fashion styles on campus

Lifestyle editor Nate Nickolai and assistant Photo editor Michael Zshornack highlight fashionable UCLA students on campus. Featured below are fashion forward trends like neutral colored outfits and hat accessories, along with more unique takes on fall clothing such as self-painted pants and French inspired neck ties. Read more...

Photo: Second-year undeclared student Kiriko Kajiwara decorated her own pants, which she bought at Goodwill, with paints. Kajiwara said she wears bright colors because they make her happy. (Michael Zshornack/Assistant Photo editor)

Second-year undeclared student Kiriko Kajiwara decorated her own pants, which she bought at Goodwill, with paints.  Kajiwara said she wears bright colors because they make her happy.  (Michael Zshornack/Assistant Photo editor)



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