Monday, September 24


Kate McKinnon performed as Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton on "SNL" during the 2016 election cycle, including the "Hillary Clinton/Donald Trump Cold Open" sketch. (Courtesy of Dana Edelson/NBC/NBCU Photo Bank)

Second Take: ‘SNL’ portrayal of Hillary Clinton opens candidate up to millennials

The events of the 2016 election were so outlandish that they hardly needed satire. However, “Saturday Night Live” still delivered some incisively hilarious election coverage. Larry David frequently appeared on “SNL” as Democratic candidate Bernie Sanders. Read more...

Photo: Kate McKinnon performed as Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton on "SNL" during the 2016 election cycle, including the "Hillary Clinton/Donald Trump Cold Open" sketch. (Courtesy of Dana Edelson/NBC/NBCU Photo Bank)

Kate McKinnon performed as Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton on "SNL" during the 2016 election cycle, including the "Hillary Clinton/Donald Trump Cold Open" sketch. (Courtesy of Dana Edelson/NBC/NBCU Photo Bank)


Five UCLA alumni returned to UCLA's Northwest Campus Auditorium on Friday for the panel "Asian-Americans in Hollywood & Entertainment." (Dayoung Lee/Daily Bruin)

Alum panelists discuss Asian-American representation in popular media

Chris Dinh’s favorite film growing up was “Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom.” His favorite character was Short Round, a young Asian boy who helps the famed archaeologist on his adventure. Read more...

Photo: Five UCLA alumni returned to UCLA's Northwest Campus Auditorium on Friday for the panel "Asian-Americans in Hollywood & Entertainment." (Dayoung Lee/Daily Bruin)

Five UCLA alumni returned to UCLA's Northwest Campus Auditorium on Friday for the panel "Asian-Americans in Hollywood & Entertainment." (Dayoung Lee/Daily Bruin)

Sean Fontaine, a first-year undeclared humanities student, used to participate in Halloween festivities in Hong Kong because of the international nature of the city, which celebrates Halloween every year.  (Dayoung Lee/Daily Bruin)

International students await first American Halloween experience

October marks the start of the spooky season – costume shops begin to pop up, haunted houses open their doors and festive decorations cover lawns across the country. Read more...

Photo: Sean Fontaine, a first-year undeclared humanities student, used to participate in Halloween festivities in Hong Kong because of the international nature of the city, which celebrates Halloween every year. (Dayoung Lee/Daily Bruin)

Sean Fontaine, a first-year undeclared humanities student, used to participate in Halloween festivities in Hong Kong because of the international nature of the city, which celebrates Halloween every year.  (Dayoung Lee/Daily Bruin)



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