Friday, March 22

R&B singer Jason Derulo is currently performing in his first headlining tour in the U.S. and will later tour Australia and the U.K.

	Courtesy of PHILL KNOTT

Q&A with Jason Derulo

At 16, Jason Derulo started working as a professional songwriter. Now, at 21, he has one of the most widely-recognized names in pop music, due largely to the fact that he sings it at the beginning of two of his hit singles, "In My Head" and the Imogen Heap-sampling "Whatcha Say." Read more...

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R&B singer Jason Derulo is currently performing in his first headlining tour in the U.S. and will later tour Australia and the U.K.

Courtesy of PHILL KNOTT

R&B singer Jason Derulo is currently performing in his first headlining tour in the U.S. and will later tour Australia and the U.K.

	Courtesy of PHILL KNOTT

Anna Li Sze Yin, an international student specializing in finance, left, and the rest of the West African drum class meet at the John Wooden Center every Wednesday evening to practice with J. Fredrick Jones, a veteran dancer and drummer.

After Dark: feel the beat

"Guta-guta-guta-guta-gu-ta-clap." It's the beat that means something is about to start. Read more...

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Anna Li Sze Yin, an international student specializing in finance, left, and the rest of the West African drum class meet at the John Wooden Center every Wednesday evening to practice with J. Fredrick Jones, a veteran dancer and drummer.

Anna Li Sze Yin, an international student specializing in finance, left, and the rest of the West African drum class meet at the John Wooden Center every Wednesday evening to practice with J. Fredrick Jones, a veteran dancer and drummer.


Stephen Corwin founded Uh Oh Disco during his freshman year and has watched it blossom into much more than the tiny record label it started as. (Photo courtesy of Houser M.D.)

Record label Uh Oh Disco brings new tunes to Westwood

After years of Bruins travelling to Hollywood for the club experience, the club is finally coming to them. Read more...

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Stephen Corwin founded Uh Oh Disco during his freshman year and has watched it blossom into much more than the tiny record label it started as. (Photo courtesy of Houser M.D.)

Stephen Corwin founded Uh Oh Disco during his freshman year and has watched it blossom into much more than the tiny record label it started as. (Photo courtesy of Houser M.D.)

First-year student Kendall Fisher plans to study cello in addition to psychology during her time at UCLA. She has played the cello since the age of 4. (Photo courtesy of Diana Badong)

UCLA is home to new musicians

There are some students who already know exactly what they want to do as they enter UCLA this fall, and no, they're not just pre-medical students. Instead, these are students majoring in music who plan on becoming professional full-time musicians. Read more...

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First-year student Kendall Fisher plans to study cello in addition to psychology during her time at UCLA. She has played the cello since the age of 4. (Photo courtesy of Diana Badong)

First-year student Kendall Fisher plans to study cello in addition to psychology during her time at UCLA. She has played the cello since the age of 4. (Photo courtesy of Diana Badong)


UCLA alumni Daniel Miller (left), Nate Thompson (middle) and Anthony DeFrenza (right) formed the band Paramount during their days at UCLA. The trio has been performing for eight years, while also pursuing professional careers. (Photo courtesy of Sarah Bergman)

For Bruin band, fun is Paramount

This summer, unwind, take a sip from your lemonade and get ready to shout "Tonight Alright" with Paramount. Read more...

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UCLA alumni Daniel Miller (left), Nate Thompson (middle) and Anthony DeFrenza (right) formed the band Paramount during their days at UCLA. The trio has been performing for eight years, while also pursuing professional careers. (Photo courtesy of Sarah Bergman)

UCLA alumni Daniel Miller (left), Nate Thompson (middle) and Anthony DeFrenza (right) formed the band Paramount during their days at UCLA. The trio has been performing for eight years, while also pursuing professional careers. (Photo courtesy of Sarah Bergman)


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