Thursday, April 19

Taylor Broom, a third-year psychology student, is easing herself back into performing after dealing with musical insecurities that developed after high school. (Aubrey Yeo/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Spring Sing 2016: Temme Scott

Singing wasn’t something Taylor Broom thought about; it was something she naturally did. As a young girl, she skied on the slopes of Whitetail in southern Pennsylvania, humming and singing songs from musicals such as “Annie” and “Wicked.” Broom, a third-year psychology student ​known on stage as Temme Scott​, will perform a secret original song in the warmer climate of UCLA’s Pauley Pavilion for Spring Sing on Saturday. Read more...

Taylor Broom, a third-year psychology student, is easing herself back into performing after dealing with musical insecurities that developed after high school. (Aubrey Yeo/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Fourth-year psychology and economics student Mike Li (left), first-year economics student Carlos Suarez (middle) and first-year microbiology, immunology and molecular genetics student Alan Chien (right) are members of the Magic and Illusion Student Team, which will perform its second annual “An Evening of Magic” on May 18 at the UCLA Northwest Auditorium. For Chien, performing magic became a way to let his personality shine. (Jintak Han/Daily Bruin)
Fourth-year psychology and economics student Mike Li (left), first-year economics student Carlos Suarez (middle) and first-year microbiology, immunology and molecular genetics student Alan Chien (right) are members of the Magic and Illusion Student Team, which will perform its second annual “An Evening of Magic” on May 18 at the UCLA Northwest Auditorium. For Chien, performing magic became a way to let his personality shine. (Jintak Han/Daily Bruin)

UCLA graduate student Georgia Broughton learned to play the Scottish fiddle in Scotland, which she uses to explore the traditional music of her Scottish heritage. Broughton is also part of UCLA’s Irish Music Ensemble, where she learned how to play the Irish fiddle. (Pinkie Su/Daily Bruin)
UCLA graduate student Georgia Broughton learned to play the Scottish fiddle in Scotland, which she uses to explore the traditional music of her Scottish heritage. Broughton is also part of UCLA’s Irish Music Ensemble, where she learned how to play the Irish fiddle. (Pinkie Su/Daily Bruin)

The art of UCLA alumna Whitney Bedford featured in exhibitions in cities like Paris, Berlin, Prague and Milan. She currently teaches an art class called “Drawing the Subject” at the University of California, San Diego. (Courtesy of Evan Bedford)
The art of UCLA alumna Whitney Bedford featured in exhibitions in cities like Paris, Berlin, Prague and Milan. She currently teaches an art class called “Drawing the Subject” at the University of California, San Diego. (Courtesy of Evan Bedford)

Student Samantha Stewart turned her dorm room into a makeshift studio to record her 24/7 radio station. (Zoe Hessler/Daily Bruin)
Student Samantha Stewart turned her dorm room into a makeshift studio to record her 24/7 radio station. (Zoe Hessler/Daily Bruin)

(Kelly Brennan/Daily bruin senior staff)
(Kelly Brennan/Daily bruin senior staff)

Act III Theatre Ensemble is putting on a modern rendition of William Shakespeare’s play “Loves’s Labour’s Lost.” The play, directed by fourth-year theater student Abigail Faber, will premiere Friday. (Anisha Joshi/Daily Bruin)
Act III Theatre Ensemble is putting on a modern rendition of William Shakespeare’s play “Loves’s Labour’s Lost.” The play, directed by fourth-year theater student Abigail Faber, will premiere Friday. (Anisha Joshi/Daily Bruin)