Wednesday, February 20


The "S.L.A.Y – Strong Ladies Aiding You" panel also included an accompanying art gallery featuring images of historical female figures such as Sally Ride and Ruth Bader Ginsburg. The art exhibit will be open through Sunday. (Farida Saleh/Daily Bruin)

‘S.L.A.Y.’ art gallery celebrates women in the workplace

The word “slay” colloquially means to succeed at something amazing, but for UCLA national honor society Mortar Board, it’s an acronym for empowerment. “S.L.A.Y. – Strong Ladies Aiding You” is a multisensory gallery hosted by Mortar Board, running until Sunday in Kerckhoff Art Gallery. Read more...

Photo: The "S.L.A.Y – Strong Ladies Aiding You" panel also included an accompanying art gallery featuring images of historical female figures such as Sally Ride and Ruth Bader Ginsburg. The art exhibit will be open through Sunday. (Farida Saleh/Daily Bruin)

The "S.L.A.Y – Strong Ladies Aiding You" panel also included an accompanying art gallery featuring images of historical female figures such as Sally Ride and Ruth Bader Ginsburg. The art exhibit will be open through Sunday. (Farida Saleh/Daily Bruin)



UCLA alumnus Richard Barton Lewis drew upon his relationship with his 19-year-old son when writing the story for the upcoming film "The Space Between Us" about a Martian boy who travels to Earth. (Courtesy of Catherine Coleman)

Q&A: Alumnus brings son’s childhood obsession with space to new film

When producer Richard Barton Lewis saw actor Asa Butterfield in “Hugo,” he knew that the young actor was perfect for the lead in his next project, “The Space Between Us.” Lewis met Butterfield over a Skype call, and the experience reminded him of the very movie he was making. Read more...

Photo: UCLA alumnus Richard Barton Lewis drew upon his relationship with his 19-year-old son when writing the story for the upcoming film "The Space Between Us" about a Martian boy who travels to Earth. (Courtesy of Catherine Coleman)

UCLA alumnus Richard Barton Lewis drew upon his relationship with his 19-year-old son when writing the story for the upcoming film "The Space Between Us" about a Martian boy who travels to Earth. (Courtesy of Catherine Coleman)

Art alumnus Phil Davis created the artwork for the exhibit "MTV2" by photographing and then creating paintings of his friends and actors as they read a script he wrote based on a high school murder mystery. One example is "Promotional Photo (Group)" seen here. (Courtesy of Phil Davis)

Q&A: Art alumnus talks exhibition inspired by MTV’s ‘Scream’

All of Phil Davis’ ideas flew out the window when Night Gallery invited him to put on a solo exhibition. It wasn’t until he came across the Instagram account for MTV’s TV show “Scream” that he had a clear idea for an art show – a high school murder mystery. Read more...

Photo: Art alumnus Phil Davis created the artwork for the exhibit "MTV2" by photographing and then creating paintings of his friends and actors as they read a script he wrote based on a high school murder mystery. One example is "Promotional Photo (Group)" seen here. (Courtesy of Phil Davis)

Art alumnus Phil Davis created the artwork for the exhibit "MTV2" by photographing and then creating paintings of his friends and actors as they read a script he wrote based on a high school murder mystery. One example is "Promotional Photo (Group)" seen here. (Courtesy of Phil Davis)

Cake and Art sells elaborate and expensive custom cake shapes that feature celebrities such as Angelina Jolie and characters like the Mad Hatter. It also sells a small selection of cupcakes for less expensive prices, but offers no seating at the shop. (Alyssa Dorn/Daily Bruin staff)

Boulevard Bites: Inconsistent quality eclipses original flavors of Cake and Art

Finding a delicious restaurant in Los Angeles can be difficult amongst the city’s thousands of dining options. To help readers narrow down their search, the Daily Bruin will review restaurants located along main street boulevards near UCLA each week. Read more...

Photo: Cake and Art sells elaborate and expensive custom cake shapes that feature celebrities such as Angelina Jolie and characters like the Mad Hatter. It also sells a small selection of cupcakes for less expensive prices, but offers no seating at the shop. (Alyssa Dorn/Daily Bruin staff)

Cake and Art sells elaborate and expensive custom cake shapes that feature celebrities such as Angelina Jolie and characters like the Mad Hatter. It also sells a small selection of cupcakes for less expensive prices, but offers no seating at the shop. (Alyssa Dorn/Daily Bruin staff)