Sunday, May 19

The all-male a capella group Bruin Harmony won both the UCLA Prytanean Alumnae Award for best a capella and the Northern California Alumni Grand Sweepstakes Award. A panel of 10 celebrity judges voted on nine of the ten awards, electing winners for all but the Bruin Choice Award, which audience members voted for via text. 
(MacKenzie Coffman/Assistant Photo editor)
The all-male a capella group Bruin Harmony won both the UCLA Prytanean Alumnae Award for best a capella and the Northern California Alumni Grand Sweepstakes Award. A panel of 10 celebrity judges voted on nine of the ten awards, electing winners for all but the Bruin Choice Award, which audience members voted for via text. 
(MacKenzie Coffman/Assistant Photo editor)

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David Marcus and Sofie Sheldon became friends working and playing music together at Camp Kesem. Sheldon will sing her original song "Back to Venus" at Spring Sing, and Marcus will accompany her on the guitar. (Lauren Man/Daily Bruin)
David Marcus and Sofie Sheldon became friends working and playing music together at Camp Kesem. Sheldon will sing her original song "Back to Venus" at Spring Sing, and Marcus will accompany her on the guitar. (Lauren Man/Daily Bruin)

Members of a cappella group Bruin Harmony will perform a rendition of John Mayer's "Gravity" at Spring Sing. The song and the choreography used will reflect themes of resilience and unity, group members said. (Ashley Kenney/Daily Bruin)
Members of a cappella group Bruin Harmony will perform a rendition of John Mayer's "Gravity" at Spring Sing. The song and the choreography used will reflect themes of resilience and unity, group members said. (Ashley Kenney/Daily Bruin)

Matheus Gorski, a fourth-year electrical engineering student, and Jahanvi Srinivasan, a fourth-year psychology student, will perform as a duo. Hailing from Brazil and India respectively, they will bring their individual musical influences together for a song about reaching out for help. (Esther Li/Daily Bruin)
Matheus Gorski, a fourth-year electrical engineering student, and Jahanvi Srinivasan, a fourth-year psychology student, will perform as a duo. Hailing from Brazil and India respectively, they will bring their individual musical influences together for a song about reaching out for help. (Esther Li/Daily Bruin)

Ulani Mafate, a second-year English student, and Kevin Jang, a third-year political science student, will perform a duet at Spring Sing. Their song "Yungin'" aims to highlight the difficulties African Americans face. Jang said the track exemplifies his and Mafate's interest in social commentary. (Niveda Tennety/Daily Bruin)
Ulani Mafate, a second-year English student, and Kevin Jang, a third-year political science student, will perform a duet at Spring Sing. Their song "Yungin'" aims to highlight the difficulties African Americans face. Jang said the track exemplifies his and Mafate's interest in social commentary. (Niveda Tennety/Daily Bruin)

Sean Tasse, a fourth-year economics student, and Ali Hepps, a fourth-year cognitive science student, will bring EDM beats and vocals to their Spring Sing performance of "The Game." (Niveda Tennety/Daily Bruin)
Sean Tasse, a fourth-year economics student, and Ali Hepps, a fourth-year cognitive science student, will bring EDM beats and vocals to their Spring Sing performance of "The Game." (Niveda Tennety/Daily Bruin)


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