Sunday, July 21




Julia Koerner incorporated 3D printing and prototyping into her costume design for “Black Panther.” Koerner said she uses the software to teach students about architecture and building design. (Kanishka Mehra/Daily Bruin)

UCLA architecture professor uses 3D printing in forward-thinking fashion designs

This post was updated on June 3 at 6:20 p.m. Julia Koerner said she sees the human body as a smaller version of a building – fashion sheaths the body much like a facade covers a work of architecture. Read more...

Photo: Julia Koerner incorporated 3D printing and prototyping into her costume design for “Black Panther.” Koerner said she uses the software to teach students about architecture and building design. (Kanishka Mehra/Daily Bruin)

Julia Koerner incorporated 3D printing and prototyping into her costume design for “Black Panther.” Koerner said she uses the software to teach students about architecture and building design. (Kanishka Mehra/Daily Bruin)


UCLA alumnus Jocko Sims plays Dr. Floyd Reynolds, a hospital's head of cardiac surgery, on NBC's series "New Amsterdam." Sims received a number of crash courses on medical procedures while filming the show's first season. (Courtesy of Francisco Roman/NBC)

Alumnus discusses playing a doctor on ‘New Amsterdam,’ what sets it apart

Jocko Sims has about 10 minutes to learn how to perform a medical procedure when he arrives at work. The alumnus portrays Dr. Floyd Reynolds, a hospital’s head of cardiac surgery, on NBC’s series “New Amsterdam.” Sims said when he reaches the set, he receives a 10-minute crash course lesson on the procedure he is performing as well as proper medical terminology. Read more...

Photo: UCLA alumnus Jocko Sims plays Dr. Floyd Reynolds, a hospital's head of cardiac surgery, on NBC's series "New Amsterdam." Sims received a number of crash courses on medical procedures while filming the show's first season. (Courtesy of Francisco Roman/NBC)

UCLA alumnus Jocko Sims plays Dr. Floyd Reynolds, a hospital's head of cardiac surgery, on NBC's series "New Amsterdam." Sims received a number of crash courses on medical procedures while filming the show's first season. (Courtesy of Francisco Roman/NBC)

"Camp Willowcreek," a comedy horror film by third-year film and television student Nora McCoy, follows two girls who befriend a forest monster making noise outside their tent, even playing cards with him. (Esther Li/Daily Bruin)

Student film blends comedy and horror to make light of irrational fears

A rustling sound outside a tent can’t mean anything good in a horror movie, but this takes a twist in “Camp Willowcreek.” Two girls encounter this situation in third-year film and television student Nora McCoy’s short film, which follows their discovery of a strange forest creature while camping. Read more...

Photo: "Camp Willowcreek," a comedy horror film by third-year film and television student Nora McCoy, follows two girls who befriend a forest monster making noise outside their tent, even playing cards with him. (Esther Li/Daily Bruin)

"Camp Willowcreek," a comedy horror film by third-year film and television student Nora McCoy, follows two girls who befriend a forest monster making noise outside their tent, even playing cards with him. (Esther Li/Daily Bruin)