Monday, October 15

On the simple stage of the Foals concert, ballads contrasted with rock hits from 2013. (Jintak Han/Assistant photo editor)
On the simple stage of the Foals concert, ballads contrasted with rock hits from 2013. (Jintak Han/Assistant photo editor)

Alumnus Joe Trapanese is a Hollywood film composer whose previous projects include the "Divergent" series and "Straight Outta Compton." He will perform with the The Echo Society as its musical conductor. (Courtesy of Tim Navis)
Alumnus Joe Trapanese is a Hollywood film composer whose previous projects include the "Divergent" series and "Straight Outta Compton." He will perform with the The Echo Society as its musical conductor. (Courtesy of Tim Navis)

Hordes of teenagers began forming a line  for Flume outside the Shrine Auditorium three hours before the artist was slotted for the stage. Many ticketless fans were visibly upset when turned away from the venue, but those who did make it in were treated to an exciting electronic dance party. (Shelby Scoggins/Daily Bruin)

Concert review: Flume

Lines of 20-year-old electronic music enthusiasts began forming outside the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles on Saturday three hours before Flume was scheduled to perform. Swarms of girls without tickets to the sold-out concert stood desperately nearby with cash in hand, looking for any way to bypass the bouncers. Read more...

Hordes of teenagers began forming a line  for Flume outside the Shrine Auditorium three hours before the artist was slotted for the stage. Many ticketless fans were visibly upset when turned away from the venue, but those who did make it in were treated to an exciting electronic dance party. (Shelby Scoggins/Daily Bruin)

Six graduating students from three different a cappella groups merged to form the ensemble Views from the Six. (Miriam Bribiesca/Photo Editor)

Members of different a cappella groups harmonize for commencement

Six seniors hailing from different a cappella groups will unite to take center stage at Pauley Pavilion as their last hurrah before graduation. Under the ensemble name Views from the Six, a cappella singers Hannah Bannan, Matt Driver, Lashon Halley, Isaac Mirzadegan, Nisha Nalamala and Kelly Noe will perform their rendition of the national anthem and the alma mater songs at the College of Letters and Science graduation ceremony at 2 p.m. Read more...

Six graduating students from three different a cappella groups merged to form the ensemble Views from the Six. (Miriam Bribiesca/Photo Editor)

Third-year philosophy and African American studies student Alicia Frison, who is also part Native American, said she is offended to see feather headdresses and tribal dresses sold at Halloween stores. She said turning feather headdresses into costumes eradicates their spiritual significance. (Mischa Rajendiran/Daily Bruin)
Third-year philosophy and African American studies student Alicia Frison, who is also part Native American, said she is offended to see feather headdresses and tribal dresses sold at Halloween stores. She said turning feather headdresses into costumes eradicates their spiritual significance. (Mischa Rajendiran/Daily Bruin)

Westwood Village Entertainment Group performed at Bruin Day this year, with founder and third-year ethnomusicology student Munir Griffin (left) on saxophone. (Jintak Han/Daily Bruin)
Westwood Village Entertainment Group performed at Bruin Day this year, with founder and third-year ethnomusicology student Munir Griffin (left) on saxophone. (Jintak Han/Daily Bruin)

Second-year civil engineering student Ellen Key plays viola for the Game Music Ensemble at UCLA. She and the ensemble are preparing for their upcoming concert “Leveled Up” on May 8 in the Ackerman Grand Ballroom. (Zoe Hessler/Daily Bruin)
Second-year civil engineering student Ellen Key plays viola for the Game Music Ensemble at UCLA. She and the ensemble are preparing for their upcoming concert “Leveled Up” on May 8 in the Ackerman Grand Ballroom. (Zoe Hessler/Daily Bruin)