Sunday, October 20

Mary Leipziger's newest exhibit, "India through a Jewish Lens," opened Thursday at Hillel at UCLA. It depicts Leipziger's travels to India, including to Delhi, Mumbai and Jaipur.(Tanmay Shankar/Assistant Photo editor)

Photographer captures scenes in India through a unique Jewish lens

This post was updated Sept. 29 at 3:13 p.m.  Mary Leipziger photographed an old man sitting in front of a white cow, finding in it a sense of mysticism. Read more...

Photo: Mary Leipziger's newest exhibit, "India through a Jewish Lens," opened Thursday at Hillel at UCLA. It depicts Leipziger's travels to India, including to Delhi, Mumbai and Jaipur.(Tanmay Shankar/Assistant Photo editor)

Mary Leipziger's newest exhibit, "India through a Jewish Lens," opened Thursday at Hillel at UCLA. It depicts Leipziger's travels to India, including to Delhi, Mumbai and Jaipur.(Tanmay Shankar/Assistant Photo editor)

The "Atlantis" escape room submerges visitors in another world outside the space's Downtown LA location with its technology-based clues. (Ashley Kenney/Daily Bruin)

Escape room review: Atlantis-themed game satisfyingly submerges visitors into mythical sunken city

The lost city of Atlantis isn’t located at the bottom of the ocean – there’s an entrance in Downtown Los Angeles, if you can figure out how to activate the portal. Read more...

Photo: The "Atlantis" escape room submerges visitors in another world outside the space's Downtown LA location with its technology-based clues. (Ashley Kenney/Daily Bruin)

The "Atlantis" escape room submerges visitors in another world outside the space's Downtown LA location with its technology-based clues. (Ashley Kenney/Daily Bruin)

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Nightmares and childhood memories inspire artist’s horror installation

Watching “The Exorcist” late at night as a child gave Maximillian nightmares – and a lifelong love of horror films. Since then, the artist has transferred that appreciation into “I Like Scary Movies,” an interactive art installation that transports visitors to iconic scenes from five horror films: “Friday the 13th,” “It,” “The Shining,” “A Nightmare on Elm Street” and “Beetlejuice.” The exhibit, which runs through Nov. Read more...

Photo: (Cody Wilson/Daily Bruin)

(Cody Wilson/Daily Bruin)

Comedian Frankie Quinones will be performing his one-man variety show at The Wiltern, incorporating several original characters such as Creeper, a Cholo and fitness guru, and Juanita Carmelita, a suburban Latina drama queen. (Courtesy of Frankie Quinones)

Q&A: Comedian discusses journey with character work, channeling personalities

Frankie Quinones can switch from one personality to another within one costume change and a few minutes. The comedian – who has appeared on Funny or Die, Comedy Central and HBO – will be performing his one-man variety show at The Wiltern on Friday. Read more...

Photo: Comedian Frankie Quinones will be performing his one-man variety show at The Wiltern, incorporating several original characters such as Creeper, a Cholo and fitness guru, and Juanita Carmelita, a suburban Latina drama queen. (Courtesy of Frankie Quinones)

Comedian Frankie Quinones will be performing his one-man variety show at The Wiltern, incorporating several original characters such as Creeper, a Cholo and fitness guru, and Juanita Carmelita, a suburban Latina drama queen. (Courtesy of Frankie Quinones)


Stage hypnotist Brian Imbus will perform at True Bruin Welcome Week. Throughout his show, he said he uses a variety of techniques to put one in a hypnotic state, such as asking them to imagine a beach or the feeling of sand between their toes. (Courtesy of Brian Imbus)

Stage hypnotist returns for 10th year of popular welcome week performance

Everyone who falls asleep must first enter a state of hypnosis. Every person experiences hypnosis, and stage hypnotist Brian Imbus, who has performed at True Bruin Welcome Week for the past 10 years, will return on its final Sunday for two evening performances to demonstrate hypnosis routines on students. Read more...

Photo: Stage hypnotist Brian Imbus will perform at True Bruin Welcome Week. Throughout his show, he said he uses a variety of techniques to put one in a hypnotic state, such as asking them to imagine a beach or the feeling of sand between their toes. (Courtesy of Brian Imbus)

Stage hypnotist Brian Imbus will perform at True Bruin Welcome Week. Throughout his show, he said he uses a variety of techniques to put one in a hypnotic state, such as asking them to imagine a beach or the feeling of sand between their toes. (Courtesy of Brian Imbus)

The cat Roo, featured in the Instagram account @wheresroo, is one of the many UCLA pets who have accumulated a social media following. (Amy Dixon/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Pets of UCLA get extra love on social media, create community for animal lovers

Both pets and their owners are posing for followers and likes on their social media pages. Many students and alumni are turning to animal-centric social media accounts – such as those focused on dogs, cats and guinea pigs – in their spare time. Read more...

Photo: The cat Roo, featured in the Instagram account @wheresroo, is one of the many UCLA pets who have accumulated a social media following. (Amy Dixon/Daily Bruin senior staff)

The cat Roo, featured in the Instagram account @wheresroo, is one of the many UCLA pets who have accumulated a social media following. (Amy Dixon/Daily Bruin senior staff)


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