Thursday, May 23

The Spirit Speaks

Thursday, May 2, 1996 Chicano artists Arnoldo Vargas and Richard Alvarez capture the spirit of their people in art. The new Kerckhoff Art Gallery exhibit, ‘Por Mi Raza Habla El Espiritu,’ celebrates their work and their culture. Read more...


Dorm-bred band gains members, momentum

Wednesday, May 1, 1996 Mahockin’ Knox brings latest sound to American PieBy Sona Stepanian Daily Bruin Contributor What began as two freshmen UCLA students strumming around on the acoustic guitar in their dorm rooms four years ago has turned into Mahockin’ Knox, a fully functional, four-member band. Read more...



Statement of Purpose

Wednesday, May 1, 1996 By Lael Loewenstein Daily Bruin Contributor David Schwimmer inadvertently owes a lot to Pontius Pilate. When he auditioned for the role of Ross on "Friends," Schwimmer had just finished playing Pilate in a stage play and was still sporting the close-cropped haircut that might have been popular some 2000 years ago. Read more...


History in a Light

Tuesday, April 30, 1996 Luscious colors and striking images decorate a collection of manuscripts from the Getty Museum’s rich collection. Their new exhibit, "Ten Centuries of French Illumination," puts the middle ages on display.By Elizabeth Bull Daily Bruin Contributor With gnarled lettering, deep purple dye and a shining silver and gold border, an open book greets visitors at the Getty Museum’s exhibit of French illuminations. Read more...



Lingering images

Monday, April 29, 1996 With whatever they could find, with whatever strength they could muster, the victims of the Holocaust created artwork that testifies to the horror of their experience. Read more...