Tuesday, December 10

The Chamber Singers and the Chorale choirs will perform holiday songs from multiple cultures, countries and faiths to provide diverse cultural selections. In doing so, the concert reflects the melting pot of Los Angeles, said UCLA director of choral studies James Bass. (Courtesy of Brian Runt)

Choirs’ holiday concert highlights inclusivity with multicultural music selection

Medieval Latin hymns may not exude Christmas cheer for some, but UCLA’s director of choral studies, James Bass, still feels the holiday spirit. Bass will lead both the Chamber Singers and the Chorale choirs for a holiday concert in St. Read more...

Photo: The Chamber Singers and the Chorale choirs will perform holiday songs from multiple cultures, countries and faiths to provide diverse cultural selections. In doing so, the concert reflects the melting pot of Los Angeles, said UCLA director of choral studies James Bass. (Courtesy of Brian Runt)

The Chamber Singers and the Chorale choirs will perform holiday songs from multiple cultures, countries and faiths to provide diverse cultural selections. In doing so, the concert reflects the melting pot of Los Angeles, said UCLA director of choral studies James Bass. (Courtesy of Brian Runt)


Fourth-year fine arts student Dylan Han has studied fine art and photography since high school, but while at UCLA he began to explore 3D modeling and rendering. Now, he balances his more traditional artistic training with futuristic rendering abilities. (MacKenzie Coffman/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Student artist combines classical art approach with 3D rendering

Dylan Han’s 3D-rendered pieces experiment with balancing classical artistic critique and pragmatism. The fourth-year art student has been studying photography and painting since junior year of high school, but said he only recently made a switch to 3D modeling and rendering for more creative freedom. Read more...

Photo: Fourth-year fine arts student Dylan Han has studied fine art and photography since high school, but while at UCLA he began to explore 3D modeling and rendering. Now, he balances his more traditional artistic training with futuristic rendering abilities. (MacKenzie Coffman/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Fourth-year fine arts student Dylan Han has studied fine art and photography since high school, but while at UCLA he began to explore 3D modeling and rendering. Now, he balances his more traditional artistic training with futuristic rendering abilities. (MacKenzie Coffman/Daily Bruin senior staff)


At the 2019 American Music Awards, Taylor Swift was honored with Artist of the Decade, as well as five other awards. Swift has now amassed 29 AMAs, making her the most decorated artist in the award show's history. (Ashley Kenney/Daily Bruin)

Last American Music Awards of the decade ends on a reminiscent note

The curtain has dropped on the 2019 American Music Awards as the end of the decade approaches. The awards show, which took place Sunday, was spearheaded by artists reminiscing on their musical pasts. Read more...

Photo: At the 2019 American Music Awards, Taylor Swift was honored with Artist of the Decade, as well as five other awards. Swift has now amassed 29 AMAs, making her the most decorated artist in the award show's history. (Ashley Kenney/Daily Bruin)

At the 2019 American Music Awards, Taylor Swift was honored with Artist of the Decade, as well as five other awards. Swift has now amassed 29 AMAs, making her the most decorated artist in the award show's history. (Ashley Kenney/Daily Bruin)

Houston native Saagar Shaikh moved to Los Angeles following an internship at a talent agency in Texas. Shaikh said landing roles was difficult until he grew out his beard, which got him featured in a BuzzFeed article. (Courtesy of Saagar Shaikh)

Los Angeles Unveiled: Actor aims to transform depiction of Muslims in the entertainment industry

Hollywood has never been so accessible for Muslim creators. Los Angeles is the go-to spot for fostering creativity and making it big – and it’s also home to dozens of promising Muslim artists who’re breaking into the industry and redefining what it means to be Muslim. Read more...

Photo: Houston native Saagar Shaikh moved to Los Angeles following an internship at a talent agency in Texas. Shaikh said landing roles was difficult until he grew out his beard, which got him featured in a BuzzFeed article. (Courtesy of Saagar Shaikh)

Houston native Saagar Shaikh moved to Los Angeles following an internship at a talent agency in Texas. Shaikh said landing roles was difficult until he grew out his beard, which got him featured in a BuzzFeed article. (Courtesy of Saagar Shaikh)

Second-year microbiology, immunology and molecular genetics student Le’Airra Bullingor runs online beauty store "HoneyBun Cosmetics,” which provides mink lashes, lip glosses and glittery pins. (Dhruv Singhania/Daily Bruin)

Student beauty store HoneyBun Cosmetics offers inclusive, cruelty-free cosmetics

Le’Airra Bullingor said she wants the word “HoneyBun” inscribed on her grave. Bullingor, who started online beauty store HoneyBun Cosmetics, which began providing mink lashes, lip glosses and glittery pins in July, said she wants to continue spearheading her company well after graduating college. Read more...

Photo: Second-year microbiology, immunology and molecular genetics student Le’Airra Bullingor runs online beauty store "HoneyBun Cosmetics,” which provides mink lashes, lip glosses and glittery pins. (Dhruv Singhania/Daily Bruin)

Second-year microbiology, immunology and molecular genetics student Le’Airra Bullingor runs online beauty store "HoneyBun Cosmetics,” which provides mink lashes, lip glosses and glittery pins. (Dhruv Singhania/Daily Bruin)