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Student’s new song showcases upbeat style, fosters football spirit

Christian Stockwell, a fourth-year philosophy student, is working on a new song titled "chosen," which references football and UCLA's own quarterback Josh Rosen. (Joe Akira/Daily Bruin)

Christian Stockwell, a fourth-year philosophy student, is working on a new song titled "chosen," which references football and UCLA's own quarterback Josh Rosen. (Joe Akira/Daily Bruin)

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Bruins will soon have a new song they can sing along to at gameday tailgates. Christian Stockwell, a fourth-year philosophy student who produces music under the pseudonym “cenzo,” is currently working on an R&B, hip-hop song called “chosen” that will be released in late December.


In 1959, writer, actor and producer Rod Serling (left) created "The Twilight Zone," a horror and sci-fi anthology series that commented on social issues. News sources reported Wednesday that Jordan Peele, comedian and writer/director of the 2017 film "Get Out," will co-produce a reboot of the show. (Public Domain photo by CBS Television (left) and Creative Commons photo by Peabody Awards via Flickr (right))
In 1959, writer, actor and producer Rod Serling (left) created "The Twilight Zone," a horror and sci-fi anthology series that commented on social issues. News sources reported Wednesday that Jordan Peele, comedian and writer/director of the 2017 film "Get Out," will co-produce a reboot of the show. (Public Domain photo by CBS Television (left) and Creative Commons photo by Peabody Awards via Flickr (right))

Marie Osterman, a third-year theater student, plays Don Pedro in the theater company Project Nongenue's latest rendition of "Much Ado About Nothing." (Courtesy of Project Nongenue)
Marie Osterman, a third-year theater student, plays Don Pedro in the theater company Project Nongenue's latest rendition of "Much Ado About Nothing." (Courtesy of Project Nongenue)

Grant Mooney, a second-year individual concentration student, decorates students' doors with Christmas wrapping paper to raise money for Camp Kesem. One of the wrapping paper designs features cups of hot chocolate and winter clothing. (Joe Akira/Daily Bruin)
Grant Mooney, a second-year individual concentration student, decorates students' doors with Christmas wrapping paper to raise money for Camp Kesem. One of the wrapping paper designs features cups of hot chocolate and winter clothing. (Joe Akira/Daily Bruin)

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Third-year art students Everett Babcock, Angel King and Lorena Ochoa (left to right) collaborated on a large, untitled art piece in their art show that will run until Dec. 12. The show also features individual sculptures and paintings from each of the artists. (Isra Ameen/Daily Bruin)
Third-year art students Everett Babcock, Angel King and Lorena Ochoa (left to right) collaborated on a large, untitled art piece in their art show that will run until Dec. 12. The show also features individual sculptures and paintings from each of the artists. (Isra Ameen/Daily Bruin)


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