Friday, July 19


Band members of the Campus Crusade worship team perform in Broad Art Center's auditorium during the Campus Crusade for Christ's weekly meeting and worship service, Real Life. The meeting is held every Wednesday night at 6:30. Campus Crusade began in 1951 at UCLA and has spread to more than 2,000 campuses around the world.

Band showcases music and worship at Campus Crusade for Christ’s weekly Real Life meeting

Stepping into Broad Art Center's auditorium on a Wednesday evening feels like walking into a rock concert. Read more...

Photo: Band members of the Campus Crusade worship team perform in Broad Art Center's auditorium during the Campus Crusade for Christ's weekly meeting and worship service, Real Life. The meeting is held every Wednesday night at 6:30. Campus Crusade began in 1951 at UCLA and has spread to more than 2,000 campuses around the world.

Band members of the Campus Crusade worship team perform in Broad Art Center's auditorium during the Campus Crusade for Christ's weekly meeting and worship service, Real Life. The meeting is held every Wednesday night at 6:30. Campus Crusade began in 1951 at UCLA and has spread to more than 2,000 campuses around the world.


(Clockwise) Third-year theater student Megan Pfefferkorn of The Trees, Justin Lucas, second-year ethnomusicology student and Eli Shkurkin, second-year philosophy student of the band Blue Wail, singer Kyle Gibson of Girls Are Robots and a third-year English student, and guitarist Nick Papageorge of thatwasthen rehearsed on May 7 for their upcoming performances in Spring Sing. MORGAN GLIER, SCOTT DEE and PARICHA DUANGTAWEESUB/daily bruin

Bands will face off at Spring Sing

For the bands competing at this year's Spring Sing, the definition of a great performance goes well beyond just getting up on stage and playing a song. Read more...

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(Clockwise) Third-year theater student Megan Pfefferkorn of The Trees, Justin Lucas, second-year ethnomusicology student and Eli Shkurkin, second-year philosophy student of the band Blue Wail, singer Kyle Gibson of Girls Are Robots and a third-year English student, and guitarist Nick Papageorge of thatwasthen rehearsed on May 7 for their upcoming performances in Spring Sing. MORGAN GLIER, SCOTT DEE and PARICHA DUANGTAWEESUB/daily bruin

(Clockwise) Third-year theater student Megan Pfefferkorn of The Trees, Justin Lucas, second-year ethnomusicology student and Eli Shkurkin, second-year philosophy student of the band Blue Wail, singer Kyle Gibson of Girls Are Robots and a third-year English student, and guitarist Nick Papageorge of thatwasthen rehearsed on May 7 for their upcoming performances in Spring Sing. MORGAN GLIER, SCOTT DEE and PARICHA DUANGTAWEESUB/daily bruin

Students from the MC group Company perform during last year's Spring Sing on May 8, 2009. Company will perform Friday evening at Pauley Pavilion.

Company crew ready to deliver laughs at Spring Sing

Spring Sing, which takes place Friday at Pauley Pavilion, is usually well known for its plethora of musical acts. Yet what holds the show together are the skits and videos in between, which also serve as segues into the next musical performance. Read more...

Photo: Students from the MC group Company perform during last year's Spring Sing on May 8, 2009. Company will perform Friday evening at Pauley Pavilion.

Students from the MC group Company perform during last year's Spring Sing on May 8, 2009. Company will perform Friday evening at Pauley Pavilion.


Third-year theater student Melinda Porto and second-year ethnomusicology student Taylor Fugit of the ScatterTones will perform along with Random Voices and Bruin Harmony a capella groups during this year's Spring Sing on Friday, May 14 at Pauley Pavilion at 8 p.m.

A capella groups to face off Friday

As the date of Spring Sing inches closer, three of UCLA's a capella groups are geared up to deliver an enthralling performance, in hopes of walking off with the top honors. Read more...

Photo: Third-year theater student Melinda Porto and second-year ethnomusicology student Taylor Fugit of the ScatterTones will perform along with Random Voices and Bruin Harmony a capella groups during this year's Spring Sing on Friday, May 14 at Pauley Pavilion at 8 p.m.

Third-year theater student Melinda Porto and second-year ethnomusicology student Taylor Fugit of the ScatterTones will perform along with Random Voices and Bruin Harmony a capella groups during this year's Spring Sing on Friday, May 14 at Pauley Pavilion at 8 p.m.


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