Tuesday, September 17

‘Better Call Saul,’ nominated for 9 Emmys, explores character’s moral journey

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Jimmy McGill, a young conman trying to clean up his act and become a lawyer like his brother, continually finds himself on the wrong side of the law – but the audience doesn’t mind.


According to professor Jacob Schmidt, everything from temperature to the fineness of the roast can impact how one’s morning cup of coffee tastes. The class Engineering 96A: "Design of Coffee” allows students to explore the small details that impact coffee, which Schmidt said allows students to taste the outcome of their experiments. (Tanmay Shankar/Assistant Photo editor)

Class on coffee blends in chemical engineering concepts

The bitter undertones of coffee are no longer a matter of taste, but of science. Using the popular drink as a teaching tool, Jacob Schmidt, a bioengineering professor, will be teaching Engineering 96A: “Design of Coffee,” which primarily focuses on using core concepts in chemical engineering to create the ideal cup of coffee. Read more...

According to professor Jacob Schmidt, everything from temperature to the fineness of the roast can impact how one’s morning cup of coffee tastes. The class Engineering 96A: "Design of Coffee” allows students to explore the small details that impact coffee, which Schmidt said allows students to taste the outcome of their experiments. (Tanmay Shankar/Assistant Photo editor)

"Coach: An Evening with John Wooden" will tell the story of John Wooden off the courts. The production will center around the love shared between Wooden and his wife, Nell Wooden. John Wooden will be portrayed by former basketball player and actor, Beau Bridges. (Daily Bruin file photo)
"Coach: An Evening with John Wooden" will tell the story of John Wooden off the courts. The production will center around the love shared between Wooden and his wife, Nell Wooden. John Wooden will be portrayed by former basketball player and actor, Beau Bridges. (Daily Bruin file photo)

(Courtesy of Interscope Records)
(Courtesy of Interscope Records)

Graduate student Antonia Thornton's documentary "Broken" touches upon themes of imprisonment and advocacy, casting the formerly incarcerated woman Wendy Staggs as the production's protagonist. (Niveda Tennety/Assistant Photo editor)
Graduate student Antonia Thornton's documentary "Broken" touches upon themes of imprisonment and advocacy, casting the formerly incarcerated woman Wendy Staggs as the production's protagonist. (Niveda Tennety/Assistant Photo editor)

(Andrea Grigsby/Daily Bruin)
(Andrea Grigsby/Daily Bruin)

(Courtesy of Zackery Michael)
(Courtesy of Zackery Michael)


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