Saturday, August 24

Sameer Gadhia, lead vocalist of Young the Giant, donned a bright yellow overcoat for the band's Los Angeles performance at The Forum. (Tanmay Shankar/Assistant Photo editor)

Concert review: Fitz and the Tantrums, Young the Giant are complementary in colorful performance

This post was updated August 13 at 12:19 p.m. Young the Giant and Fitz and the Tantrums, both Los Angeles-based bands, brought it home for their show at The Forum. Read more...

Photo: Sameer Gadhia, lead vocalist of Young the Giant, donned a bright yellow overcoat for the band's Los Angeles performance at The Forum. (Tanmay Shankar/Assistant Photo editor)

Sameer Gadhia, lead vocalist of Young the Giant, donned a bright yellow overcoat for the band's Los Angeles performance at The Forum. (Tanmay Shankar/Assistant Photo editor)


Rising second-year anthropology student Binisha Dahal runs a YouTube channel through which she aims to depict the reality of the college experience. She provides tips on productivity, her daily activities and personal Q&As about UCLA. (Lauren Man/Daily Bruin)

First-generation student’s videos capture honest, guiding glimpse of college life

Binisha Dahal spent her senior year of high school making YouTube videos. The rising second-year anthropology student runs a YouTube channel with over 8,000 subscribers and makes content surrounding college life, including tips on productivity, her daily activities and personal Q&As about UCLA. Read more...

Photo: Rising second-year anthropology student Binisha Dahal runs a YouTube channel through which she aims to depict the reality of the college experience. She provides tips on productivity, her daily activities and personal Q&As about UCLA. (Lauren Man/Daily Bruin)

Rising second-year anthropology student Binisha Dahal runs a YouTube channel through which she aims to depict the reality of the college experience. She provides tips on productivity, her daily activities and personal Q&As about UCLA. (Lauren Man/Daily Bruin)



The Giant Kites of Guatemala event taught attendees how to make a Guatemalan five-pointed star kite. These smaller style kites eventually led to larger ones, which can weigh hundreds of pounds and are used in Guatemalan Day of the Dead celebrations. While the Day of the Dead is not until November, the workshop taught attendees about the kite’s traditional origins. (Tanmay Shankar/Assistant Photo editor)

Fowler Museum strings together weekend workshops to teach Guatemalan kite-making

Adults and children got hands-on with a high-flying Guatemalan tradition at the Fowler Museum. On Saturday and Sunday, the museum collaborated with the UCLA Latin American Institute to hold the Giant Kites of Guatemala event, which featured two workshops where participants constructed Guatemalan kites. Read more...

Photo: The Giant Kites of Guatemala event taught attendees how to make a Guatemalan five-pointed star kite. These smaller style kites eventually led to larger ones, which can weigh hundreds of pounds and are used in Guatemalan Day of the Dead celebrations. While the Day of the Dead is not until November, the workshop taught attendees about the kite’s traditional origins. (Tanmay Shankar/Assistant Photo editor)

The Giant Kites of Guatemala event taught attendees how to make a Guatemalan five-pointed star kite. These smaller style kites eventually led to larger ones, which can weigh hundreds of pounds and are used in Guatemalan Day of the Dead celebrations. While the Day of the Dead is not until November, the workshop taught attendees about the kite’s traditional origins. (Tanmay Shankar/Assistant Photo editor)