Tuesday, April 23

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Live at Coachella 2019

Daily Bruin staffers are hitting the desert to cover 2019’s Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival. Stay tuned for stories about your favorite artists and Bruins’ experiences. Read more...

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Shane Campbell-Staton, an ecology and evolutionary biology assistant professor, co-hosts the "The Biology of Superheroes Podcast." Campbell-Staton said he uses superheroes and their powers to understand the overlap between biological reality and futuristic fantasy. The podcast has covered topics such as Spider-Man's web-slinging and The Walking Dead's zombie apocalypse. (James Schaap/Daily Bruin)

Professor’s podcast unmasks science behind superheroes and sci-fi

Thanos had to break a few laws of nature before he eradicated half of the universe with a snap. Topics similar to the Marvel villain’s defiance of physics are addressed in “The Biology of Superheroes Podcast,” hosted by Shane Campbell-Staton, a UCLA ecology and evolutionary biology assistant professor. Read more...

Photo: Shane Campbell-Staton, an ecology and evolutionary biology assistant professor, co-hosts the "The Biology of Superheroes Podcast." Campbell-Staton said he uses superheroes and their powers to understand the overlap between biological reality and futuristic fantasy. The podcast has covered topics such as Spider-Man's web-slinging and The Walking Dead's zombie apocalypse. (James Schaap/Daily Bruin)

Shane Campbell-Staton, an ecology and evolutionary biology assistant professor, co-hosts the "The Biology of Superheroes Podcast." Campbell-Staton said he uses superheroes and their powers to understand the overlap between biological reality and futuristic fantasy. The podcast has covered topics such as Spider-Man's web-slinging and The Walking Dead's zombie apocalypse. (James Schaap/Daily Bruin)

“This must happen before the end" is composed of two group dances, choreographed by graduate students Kristianne Salcines and Levi Gonzalez. The show will take place Friday and Saturday. (Niveda Tennety/Daily Bruin)

Dance performances explore relationship between performer, audience

Blindfolded dancers will take the floor for a portion of “this must happen before the end.” The showcase, composed of two group dances, will take place in Glorya Kaufman Hall on Friday and Saturday. Read more...

Photo: “This must happen before the end" is composed of two group dances, choreographed by graduate students Kristianne Salcines and Levi Gonzalez. The show will take place Friday and Saturday. (Niveda Tennety/Daily Bruin)

“This must happen before the end" is composed of two group dances, choreographed by graduate students Kristianne Salcines and Levi Gonzalez. The show will take place Friday and Saturday. (Niveda Tennety/Daily Bruin)


The female K-pop group BLACKPINK performed Wednesday at The Forum as part of its In Your Area global tour. It sang 14 of its original singles and included American pop songs as part of its set list as well. (Courtesy of YG Entertainment)

Concert review: Despite some hiccups, BLACKPINK’s performance proves K-pop’s global appeal

BLACKPINK was in the area. Currently on its global In Your Area tour, the female K-pop group stopped by Los Angeles, jump-starting the United States leg of shows. Read more...

Photo: The female K-pop group BLACKPINK performed Wednesday at The Forum as part of its In Your Area global tour. It sang 14 of its original singles and included American pop songs as part of its set list as well. (Courtesy of YG Entertainment)

The female K-pop group BLACKPINK performed Wednesday at The Forum as part of its In Your Area global tour. It sang 14 of its original singles and included American pop songs as part of its set list as well. (Courtesy of YG Entertainment)

Michael Goi, the UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television's former cinematographer-in-residence, directed two episodes of the Netflix series "The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina." (Daily Bruin file photo)

Q&A: UCLA TFT’s 2018 cinematographer-in-residence talks ‘Chilling Adventures of Sabrina’

With characters traversing the spectrum between the human and the supernatural, “Chilling Adventures of Sabrina” was an opportunity for Michael Goi to create a visually unstable landscape. Read more...

Photo: Michael Goi, the UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television's former cinematographer-in-residence, directed two episodes of the Netflix series "The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina." (Daily Bruin file photo)

Michael Goi, the UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television's former cinematographer-in-residence, directed two episodes of the Netflix series "The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina." (Daily Bruin file photo)

Alumnus and astronomer Robert Hurt works as a visualization scientist, illustrating celestial bodies and processes that cannot currently be photographed due to limitations in technology and too-large distances. (Courtesy of NASA/JPL-Caltech/R. Hurt (IPAC))

Art to Heart: Art helps physicists comprehend, communicate fundamental principles of the universe

Art, the universal language, can transcend space and time to reach a diverse audience. We hear this all the time, but do we truly feel the weight of these words? Read more...

Photo: Alumnus and astronomer Robert Hurt works as a visualization scientist, illustrating celestial bodies and processes that cannot currently be photographed due to limitations in technology and too-large distances. (Courtesy of NASA/JPL-Caltech/R. Hurt (IPAC))

Alumnus and astronomer Robert Hurt works as a visualization scientist, illustrating celestial bodies and processes that cannot currently be photographed due to limitations in technology and too-large distances. (Courtesy of NASA/JPL-Caltech/R. Hurt (IPAC))