Friday, November 24

"Enchanted: Forest of Light," a holiday-oriented light show experience is running at Descanso Gardens from Nov. 19 to Jan. 7. The gift store by the entrance sets a holiday mood for the hordes of guests trickling into the garden with shop workers dressed in light-up festive garb and a little nursery filled with hanging lights and light-up reindeer in the backdrop. (Farida Saleh/Daily Bruin)
"Enchanted: Forest of Light," a holiday-oriented light show experience is running at Descanso Gardens from Nov. 19 to Jan. 7. The gift store by the entrance sets a holiday mood for the hordes of guests trickling into the garden with shop workers dressed in light-up festive garb and a little nursery filled with hanging lights and light-up reindeer in the backdrop. (Farida Saleh/Daily Bruin)

The Peaks and Professors program, coordinated by second-year neuroscience student Dana Tran, works to foster more nuanced relationships between students and professors by setting up hiking trips for them to embark on together. (Rachel Hefner/Daily Bruin)
The Peaks and Professors program, coordinated by second-year neuroscience student Dana Tran, works to foster more nuanced relationships between students and professors by setting up hiking trips for them to embark on together. (Rachel Hefner/Daily Bruin)

Kaylin Riebli, a second-year theater student, kept a creepy doll from the set of one of the past productions she designed costumes for. She said she tries to incorporate psychology into the makeup and costumes of the characters. (Aubrey Yeo/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Theater student crafts symbolism into stage costume design

Kaylin Riebli discovered her love for costume design while crafting her first grade Halloween witch ensemble. When she was a child, the second-year theater student bought Halloween costumes with her mother and customized them until they became her own creations, changing the color of the buckles on a leprechaun outfit or the texture of a witch’s broom. Read more...

Kaylin Riebli, a second-year theater student, kept a creepy doll from the set of one of the past productions she designed costumes for. She said she tries to incorporate psychology into the makeup and costumes of the characters. (Aubrey Yeo/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Attendees of the fifth UCLA Game Art Festival played video games, board games and other interactive installations. The festival featured more than 50 exhibits created by select artists from UCLA and around the world. (Nick Kardan/Daily Bruin)
Attendees of the fifth UCLA Game Art Festival played video games, board games and other interactive installations. The festival featured more than 50 exhibits created by select artists from UCLA and around the world. (Nick Kardan/Daily Bruin)

Second-year biochemistry student Ellee Vikram tries to spend one hour a day on her study Tumblr, or "studyblr," where she answers school-related questions from her followers and posts photos of her notes, including a color-coded periodic table. (Farida Saleh/Daily Bruin)
Second-year biochemistry student Ellee Vikram tries to spend one hour a day on her study Tumblr, or "studyblr," where she answers school-related questions from her followers and posts photos of her notes, including a color-coded periodic table. (Farida Saleh/Daily Bruin)

Comedian and UCLA alumnus Ben Goldsmith uses a real-life past relationship as inspiration for his current web show "Lovers United." Goldsmith began work on the series in December 2013. He is currently in the process of translating the YouTube series into a sitcom with a similar premise. (Nick Kardan/Daily Bruin)

Alum uses romantic comedy series to show humor in everyday interactions

Comedian Ben Goldsmith uses his real-life past relationship as inspiration for his current web show, “Lovers United.” After launching his production company, Dumb Owl Productions, in March 2014, the UCLA alumnus said he invested much of his energy in “Lovers United,” which explores the dynamic between Goldsmith and Leah Kilpatrick, his former partner. Read more...

Comedian and UCLA alumnus Ben Goldsmith uses a real-life past relationship as inspiration for his current web show "Lovers United." Goldsmith began work on the series in December 2013. He is currently in the process of translating the YouTube series into a sitcom with a similar premise. (Nick Kardan/Daily Bruin)

Third-year design media arts student Maddy Pease designed her first sticker pack this summer using Crayola markers and Adobe Photoshop. The iOS sticker pack is inspired by inside jokes and pet names between her and her friends, with bright colors and hand drawn animations. (Andrew Arifin/Daily Bruin)
Third-year design media arts student Maddy Pease designed her first sticker pack this summer using Crayola markers and Adobe Photoshop. The iOS sticker pack is inspired by inside jokes and pet names between her and her friends, with bright colors and hand drawn animations. (Andrew Arifin/Daily Bruin)


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