Sunday, September 24

McWilliams' piece features a neon sign spelling out the word "ought," along with a small rock on the windowsill. The juxtaposition of the two elements represents the choices humans make  when deciding on the future.
 (Courtesy of Chandler McWilliams)
McWilliams' piece features a neon sign spelling out the word "ought," along with a small rock on the windowsill. The juxtaposition of the two elements represents the choices humans make  when deciding on the future.
 (Courtesy of Chandler McWilliams)

Graduate student Ofelia Marquez Stephens has been working as an art restorer for seven years and plans to work in the field even after graduation. (Hannah Johnson/Daily Bruin)
Graduate student Ofelia Marquez Stephens has been working as an art restorer for seven years and plans to work in the field even after graduation. (Hannah Johnson/Daily Bruin)

First-year English student Rhiannon McGavin holds up a copy of her magazine, "Leaf," which she created in high school. The name inspired the title for her poetry book, "Branches," that will be released in June. (Amy Dixon/Daily Bruin)
First-year English student Rhiannon McGavin holds up a copy of her magazine, "Leaf," which she created in high school. The name inspired the title for her poetry book, "Branches," that will be released in June. (Amy Dixon/Daily Bruin)

Pakistani clothes like the "shalwar kameez" can be worn in different contexts. Clothes like "abayas" are meant for religious purposes, but are often used by celebrities today as fashion statements. (Kristie-Valerie Hoang/Daily Bruin)
Pakistani clothes like the "shalwar kameez" can be worn in different contexts. Clothes like "abayas" are meant for religious purposes, but are often used by celebrities today as fashion statements. (Kristie-Valerie Hoang/Daily Bruin)

Students Feven Negussie, Armando Berumen, Giselle Horta and Andres Esparza (left to right) filmed the first episode for their web series "Predominantly White Institution" at Powell Library on Sunday. (Andrew Arifin/Daily Bruin)

Students bring friendship, campus life at UCLA to new web series

Four UCLA students filmed the first episode for their web series at Powell Library on Sunday afternoon. It took Armando Berumen at least five tries to catch a crumpled piece of paper – the paper will be edited to include Berumen’s name on it for the opening credits of the series, “Predominantly White Institution.” Giggles erupted from the cast and crew amid Powell Library’s book stacks each time the first-year undeclared student missed the paper ball. Read more...

Students Feven Negussie, Armando Berumen, Giselle Horta and Andres Esparza (left to right) filmed the first episode for their web series "Predominantly White Institution" at Powell Library on Sunday. (Andrew Arifin/Daily Bruin)

(Kaley Powers/Daily Bruin)
(Kaley Powers/Daily Bruin)

Third-year English student Haylee Hessell has her father to thank for her interest in music. He taught her to play guitar, took her to a Rolling Stones concert and brought her to a Santa Monica guitar shop. (MacKenzie Coffman/Daily Bruin)

Spring Sing 2017: Haylee Hessell

Haylee Hessell never imagined she would practice one song as many times as she has rehearsed her song “Let Him Go” for Spring Sing. She’s practiced the song at least 50 times already. Read more...

Third-year English student Haylee Hessell has her father to thank for her interest in music. He taught her to play guitar, took her to a Rolling Stones concert and brought her to a Santa Monica guitar shop. (MacKenzie Coffman/Daily Bruin)


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