In its 30th anniversary, JazzReggae Festival, put on by the Cultural Affairs Commission, will take place Monday in its original location, the Sunset Canyon Recreation Center. The event was downsized this year due to funding cuts. (Daily Bruin file photo)
In its 30th anniversary, JazzReggae Festival, put on by the Cultural Affairs Commission, will take place Monday in its original location, the Sunset Canyon Recreation Center. The event was downsized this year due to funding cuts. (Daily Bruin file photo)

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Album Review: ‘Dangerous Woman’

Ariana Grande has never been less apologetic than with her most recent album, “Dangerous Woman.” Last July, the tween-pop singer was caught on a bakery’s surveillance camera licking a doughnut she did not buy and then proclaiming “I hate America.” Grande’s words generated massive backlash from people who accused her of shaming overweight Americans. Read more...

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Songs and Stories: Tom Shay

“I’ve never really played many shows,” says third-year international development studies student Isaiah Murtagh. Murtaugh and his roommate, third-year geography and environmental studies student Andre Arifin, will perform at Saturday night’s Spring Sing 2016, having met through mutual friends. Read more...

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Third-year sociology student Laura Savage took home Spring Sing's top prize, the Northern California Alumni Grand Sweepstakes Award, for her original song "Once." Spring Sing, held Saturday night, showcased Bruin talent in singing, dancing, comedy and acting to a large Pauley Pavilion audience. (Daniel Alcazar/Photo editor)
Third-year sociology student Laura Savage took home Spring Sing's top prize, the Northern California Alumni Grand Sweepstakes Award, for her original song "Once." Spring Sing, held Saturday night, showcased Bruin talent in singing, dancing, comedy and acting to a large Pauley Pavilion audience. (Daniel Alcazar/Photo editor)

Spring Sing through the years

1945: The beginnings of Spring Sing The first Spring Sing was held on May 18, 1945, at the now-demolished UCLA Greek theatre. Created by then-ASUCLA director William Ackerman, the competition was advertised as a showcase for “Top Bruin Vocal Talent” and featured singing groups made of UCLA students. Read more...


Taylor Broom, a third-year psychology student, is easing herself back into performing after dealing with musical insecurities that developed after high school. (Aubrey Yeo/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Spring Sing 2016: Temme Scott

Singing wasn’t something Taylor Broom thought about; it was something she naturally did. As a young girl, she skied on the slopes of Whitetail in southern Pennsylvania, humming and singing songs from musicals such as “Annie” and “Wicked.” Broom, a third-year psychology student ​known on stage as Temme Scott​, will perform a secret original song in the warmer climate of UCLA’s Pauley Pavilion for Spring Sing on Saturday. Read more...

Taylor Broom, a third-year psychology student, is easing herself back into performing after dealing with musical insecurities that developed after high school. (Aubrey Yeo/Daily Bruin senior staff)


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