Tuesday, April 24

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Theater review: ‘Significant Other’

“Significant Other” blasts Céline Dion’s cheesiest hits to highlight uncomfortable truths about romance. Running April 3 through May 6 at the Geffen Playhouse, “Significant Other” depicts the loneliness that follows as the prime of youth is left behind and replaced by the expectations of maturity. Read more...

Photo: (Courtesy of Chris Whitaker)

(Courtesy of Chris Whitaker)

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Movie review: ‘Rampage’

“Rampage” at least lives up to its title. The science fiction action film displays seemingly endless scenes of gigantic animals destroying buildings, planes and everything else in their paths. Read more...

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Design media arts alumna Kate Parsons will debut her latest exhibition, "The Dark Spring," on April 14 at the Coaxial Arts Foundation in Downtown Los Angeles. The exhibit will feature video art, a virtual reality experience and a floral installation. (Courtesy of Nichole Gawalis)

‘The Dark Spring’ shows alumna’s view on life, death and their connections

Spring often signifies growth and new life, but Kate Parsons sees natural cycles of death and rebirth instead. The design media arts alumna received a grant from the Pasadena Art Alliance in February, which helped fund her latest exhibition, “The Dark Spring,” in which she features video art, a virtual reality experience and a floral installation. Read more...

Photo: Design media arts alumna Kate Parsons will debut her latest exhibition, "The Dark Spring," on April 14 at the Coaxial Arts Foundation in Downtown Los Angeles. The exhibit will feature video art, a virtual reality experience and a floral installation. (Courtesy of Nichole Gawalis)

Design media arts alumna Kate Parsons will debut her latest exhibition, "The Dark Spring," on April 14 at the Coaxial Arts Foundation in Downtown Los Angeles. The exhibit will feature video art, a virtual reality experience and a floral installation. (Courtesy of Nichole Gawalis)

(left to right) Robert Valencia, a third-year neuroscience student, Angelo Pacumio, a fourth-year mechanical engineering student, and Jason Gong, a third-year psychobiology student, discuss ways in which to involve a greater amount of the student body in hot seat conversations. Utilizing pointed questions directed toward a single volunteer, the Hot Seat Club seeks to promote empathy and understanding among the individuals present. (Rachel Hefner/Daily Bruin)

Hot Seat Club grills participants without heat or pressure

The Hot Seat Club has no rules or obligations besides confidentiality, a condition Angelo Pacumio said is key to its success. Every week, members of the Hot Seat Club gather in Franz Hall and sit in a circle of chairs until someone steps forward to be in the “hot seat.” After someone volunteers, all other members focus their attention on the individual and ask any questions they wish, although no answers are required. Read more...

Photo: (left to right) Robert Valencia, a third-year neuroscience student, Angelo Pacumio, a fourth-year mechanical engineering student, and Jason Gong, a third-year psychobiology student, discuss ways in which to involve a greater amount of the student body in hot seat conversations. Utilizing pointed questions directed toward a single volunteer, the Hot Seat Club seeks to promote empathy and understanding among the individuals present. (Rachel Hefner/Daily Bruin)

(left to right) Robert Valencia, a third-year neuroscience student, Angelo Pacumio, a fourth-year mechanical engineering student, and Jason Gong, a third-year psychobiology student, discuss ways in which to involve a greater amount of the student body in hot seat conversations. Utilizing pointed questions directed toward a single volunteer, the Hot Seat Club seeks to promote empathy and understanding among the individuals present. (Rachel Hefner/Daily Bruin)



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