Sunday, March 24

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)


David Perkins (right) is a participant in the UCLA Senior Scholars program. Along with playing instruments like the clarinet and the shofar, Perkins taught himself the art of balloon tying and can make teddy bears, swords and hats like the one he made Gary Vartanian, a fifth-year economics student (left). (Jennifer Hu/Daily Bruin)

UCLA senior scholar inflates happiness on campus through balloon art

More than 100 students stood locked outside of Bunche 1209B waiting for class to start, when a silver balloon suddenly shot out over the crowd. The students’ eyes traced the balloon’s trajectory, and David Perkins quickly reached into the large fanny pack hanging just above his waist and pulled out another silver balloon. Read more...

Photo: David Perkins (right) is a participant in the UCLA Senior Scholars program. Along with playing instruments like the clarinet and the shofar, Perkins taught himself the art of balloon tying and can make teddy bears, swords and hats like the one he made Gary Vartanian, a fifth-year economics student (left). (Jennifer Hu/Daily Bruin)

David Perkins (right) is a participant in the UCLA Senior Scholars program. Along with playing instruments like the clarinet and the shofar, Perkins taught himself the art of balloon tying and can make teddy bears, swords and hats like the one he made Gary Vartanian, a fifth-year economics student (left). (Jennifer Hu/Daily Bruin)

In summer 2016, second-year psychology student Anant Pandadiya and second-year business economics student Andy Nguyen (not pictured) joined a lifestyle magazine titled #THATOLIFE after meeting the founder of the magazine through mutual friends. Pandadiya, who has a passion for fashion photography, hoped to use the magazine that highlights fashion, food and music as a creative outlet for his fashion photo work. (Hannah Ye/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Student uses UCLA’s campus as a backdrop for lifestyle fashion shoots

Anant Pandadiya wore a Rolex watch on one wrist and a Cartier bracelet on the other. The second-year psychology student shoots and models for the lifestyle magazine called #THATOLIFE while photographing high-end fashion shoots around UCLA’s campus. Read more...

Photo: In summer 2016, second-year psychology student Anant Pandadiya and second-year business economics student Andy Nguyen (not pictured) joined a lifestyle magazine titled #THATOLIFE after meeting the founder of the magazine through mutual friends. Pandadiya, who has a passion for fashion photography, hoped to use the magazine that highlights fashion, food and music as a creative outlet for his fashion photo work. (Hannah Ye/Daily Bruin senior staff)

In summer 2016, second-year psychology student Anant Pandadiya and second-year business economics student Andy Nguyen (not pictured) joined a lifestyle magazine titled #THATOLIFE after meeting the founder of the magazine through mutual friends. Pandadiya, who has a passion for fashion photography, hoped to use the magazine that highlights fashion, food and music as a creative outlet for his fashion photo work. (Hannah Ye/Daily Bruin senior staff)

The 1985 film "Clue" became a cult classic after it initially flopped at its box office opening. The film tells the story of six random people who attend a dinner in a mysterious house, during which several murders occur. (Courtesy of Paramount Pictures)

Love | Hate: Will the “Clue” film remake go down well or not?

“Clue” is a quintessential piece of any household’s board game cabinet. However, it’s not essential to the average homeowner’s movie library – but perhaps that’s about to change. Read more...

Photo: The 1985 film "Clue" became a cult classic after it initially flopped at its box office opening. The film tells the story of six random people who attend a dinner in a mysterious house, during which several murders occur. (Courtesy of Paramount Pictures)

The 1985 film "Clue" became a cult classic after it initially flopped at its box office opening. The film tells the story of six random people who attend a dinner in a mysterious house, during which several murders occur. (Courtesy of Paramount Pictures)

UCLA alumna Milena Pastreich spent five years filming her first documentary “Pigeon Kings” about pigeon fanatics in South Central Los Angeles. (Courtesy of Milena Pastreich)

Alumna captures LA’s pigeon rolling community in new documentary

More than 50 men stood at street level with their heads raised and eyes trained on the sky. For a brief moment it was empty, until a flock of pigeons swarmed into sight, falling and twirling in somersaulting free falls. Read more...

Photo: UCLA alumna Milena Pastreich spent five years filming her first documentary “Pigeon Kings” about pigeon fanatics in South Central Los Angeles. (Courtesy of Milena Pastreich)

UCLA alumna Milena Pastreich spent five years filming her first documentary “Pigeon Kings” about pigeon fanatics in South Central Los Angeles. (Courtesy of Milena Pastreich)

Season six of “American Horror Story” mixes up its format by incorporating dramatic interviews while still delivering the classic scares from past seasons. (FX)

Second Take: New format brings true scares to ‘American Horror Story’ sixth season

“American Horror Story” returned for its sixth season Sept. 14, this time with a pig-headed monster and pilgrims instead of the worm rapist and vampire children of “Hotel.” The season, titled “Roanoke,” references a American colony in the late 1600s that mysteriously disappeared without any explanation. Read more...

Photo: Season six of “American Horror Story” mixes up its format by incorporating dramatic interviews while still delivering the classic scares from past seasons. (FX)

Season six of “American Horror Story” mixes up its format by incorporating dramatic interviews while still delivering the classic scares from past seasons. (FX)


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