Monday, October 22

Adele's "Hello" garnered about 1.1 million downloads in the first week and inspired many covers and parodies. (Courtesy of YouTube)
Adele's "Hello" garnered about 1.1 million downloads in the first week and inspired many covers and parodies. (Courtesy of YouTube)

Jacqueline Cogdell DjeDje, a professor emeritus of ethnomusicology, was introduced to the gondze, a West African fiddle, during a class she took at UCLA for her master's thesis in 1971. (Bailey Greene/Daily Bruin)
Jacqueline Cogdell DjeDje, a professor emeritus of ethnomusicology, was introduced to the gondze, a West African fiddle, during a class she took at UCLA for her master's thesis in 1971. (Bailey Greene/Daily Bruin)

Fourth-year environmental science student Michael Binger uses his earnings as a Lyft driver for a spontaneous travel fund. (Alyssa Dorn/Daily Bruin)
Fourth-year environmental science student Michael Binger uses his earnings as a Lyft driver for a spontaneous travel fund. (Alyssa Dorn/Daily Bruin)

Roxane Gay, author of this year's common book "Bad Feminist," spoke at Royce Hall Monday. (Creative Commons photo by Marla Aufmuth/TED via Flickr)
Roxane Gay, author of this year's common book "Bad Feminist," spoke at Royce Hall Monday. (Creative Commons photo by Marla Aufmuth/TED via Flickr)

India Carney, a fourth-year music performance student, made it to the eighth season's semifinal of NBC's reality singing competition "The Voice" until she was eliminated. The singer has a postgraduate job lined up at the A Cappella Academy but is still planning on pursuing her dreams of becoming a professional singer. (Owen Emerson/Daily Bruin)
India Carney, a fourth-year music performance student, made it to the eighth season's semifinal of NBC's reality singing competition "The Voice" until she was eliminated. The singer has a postgraduate job lined up at the A Cappella Academy but is still planning on pursuing her dreams of becoming a professional singer. (Owen Emerson/Daily Bruin)

Spring Sing 2013 winner Loop Garou, formerly known as The Street Hearts, will perform rock 'n’ roll song “I Walk Down” at Spring Sing on Saturday, which fourth-year civil engineering student Nicholai Hansen (far left) said he wrote almost a year ago. (Max Himmelrich/Daily Bruin)

Spring Sing 2015: Loop Garou

For the five members of Loop Garou, sometimes 10 minutes are all it takes to write a song. Formerly known as The Street Hearts – Spring Sing 2013 winners – Loop Garou will perform its song, “I Walk Down,” which fourth-year civil engineering student and bassist Nicholai Hansen said the five wrote almost a full year ago. Read more...

Spring Sing 2013 winner Loop Garou, formerly known as The Street Hearts, will perform rock 'n’ roll song “I Walk Down” at Spring Sing on Saturday, which fourth-year civil engineering student Nicholai Hansen (far left) said he wrote almost a year ago. (Max Himmelrich/Daily Bruin)

Third-year ethnomusicology student Natalie Brainin will play her song, "Forever," for Spring Sing. Brainin performed with Delta Gamma and Resonance A Cappella last year. 
(Daily Bruin file photo)

Spring Sing 2015: Natalie Brainin

Natalie Brainin said she knew from her first year at UCLA that she wanted to perform as a soloist in Spring Sing. The third-year ethnomusicology student and singer-songwriter performed in last year’s Spring Sing as part of two different production groups – her sorority, Delta Gamma, and Resonance A Capella. Read more...

Third-year ethnomusicology student Natalie Brainin will play her song, "Forever," for Spring Sing. Brainin performed with Delta Gamma and Resonance A Cappella last year. 
(Daily Bruin file photo)


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