Thursday, April 18

Lynn Tieu, a second-year business economics student, and Natasha Puthukudy, a second-year design media arts student, are helping plan Bruin Entrepreneurs' second annual Designathon, which is taking place Saturday in Carnesale Commons. (Esther Li/Daily Bruin)

Designathon aims to teach students creative problem-solving, design process

The upcoming Designathon will help students devise creative and applicable solutions to everyday problems. The second annual Designathon, hosted by Bruin Entrepreneurs, will be held Saturday in Carnesale Commons. Read more...

Photo: Lynn Tieu, a second-year business economics student, and Natasha Puthukudy, a second-year design media arts student, are helping plan Bruin Entrepreneurs' second annual Designathon, which is taking place Saturday in Carnesale Commons. (Esther Li/Daily Bruin)

Lynn Tieu, a second-year business economics student, and Natasha Puthukudy, a second-year design media arts student, are helping plan Bruin Entrepreneurs' second annual Designathon, which is taking place Saturday in Carnesale Commons. (Esther Li/Daily Bruin)

Graduate student Brannon Rockwell-Charland will showcase a variety of artistic pieces to relate black history and feminism to her personal life for her exhibit in the MFA showcase. (Anirudh Keni/Daily Bruin)

MFA candidates draw inspiration from history, global perspectives

This post was updated April 3 at 3:53 p.m. The second of four final MFA showcases by the UCLA department of art will take place Thursday through April 12 at the New Wight Gallery in the Broad Art Center. Read more...

Photo: Graduate student Brannon Rockwell-Charland will showcase a variety of artistic pieces to relate black history and feminism to her personal life for her exhibit in the MFA showcase. (Anirudh Keni/Daily Bruin)

Graduate student Brannon Rockwell-Charland will showcase a variety of artistic pieces to relate black history and feminism to her personal life for her exhibit in the MFA showcase. (Anirudh Keni/Daily Bruin)

UCLA Extension student Bruna Cabral wanted to convey the importance of being patient with those who have Alzheimer's disease in her short film “Piece of Me.” The films follows an eight-year-old boy whose 80-year-old best friend begins to lose her memory due to the disease. Cabral said she wanted to juxtapose the innocence of a young child with an elderly character.
(Amy Dixon/Photo editor)

UCLA Extension student’s short film emphasizes optimistic outlook on Alzheimer’s

Every three seconds, someone develops Alzheimer’s disease – but Bruna Cabral is trying to find hope despite its negative impacts on millions of families. The UCLA Extension student’s short film follows an 8-year-old boy named Dylan (Mason Wells) whose 80-year-old best friend begins to lose her memory due to Alzheimer’s. Read more...

Photo: UCLA Extension student Bruna Cabral wanted to convey the importance of being patient with those who have Alzheimer's disease in her short film “Piece of Me.” The films follows an eight-year-old boy whose 80-year-old best friend begins to lose her memory due to the disease. Cabral said she wanted to juxtapose the innocence of a young child with an elderly character. (Amy Dixon/Photo editor)

UCLA Extension student Bruna Cabral wanted to convey the importance of being patient with those who have Alzheimer's disease in her short film “Piece of Me.” The films follows an eight-year-old boy whose 80-year-old best friend begins to lose her memory due to the disease. Cabral said she wanted to juxtapose the innocence of a young child with an elderly character.
(Amy Dixon/Photo editor)

Leonard Koff, an associate at the UCLA Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, will give a lecture Thursday. The lecture will tie in philosopher Emmanuel Levinas' theories with Geoffrey Chaucer's "The Pardoner's Tale." (Daanish Bhatti/Daily Bruin)

Lecture to fuse philosophical ideas with Chaucer’s ‘The Pardoner’s Tale’

This post was updated April 3 at 3:21 p.m. Leonard Koff turns to Geoffrey Chaucer’s “The Pardoner’s Tale” as a philosophical test case. The UCLA Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies will host associate Koff’s lecture Thursday. Read more...

Photo: Leonard Koff, an associate at the UCLA Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, will give a lecture Thursday. The lecture will tie in philosopher Emmanuel Levinas' theories with Geoffrey Chaucer's "The Pardoner's Tale." (Daanish Bhatti/Daily Bruin)

Leonard Koff, an associate at the UCLA Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, will give a lecture Thursday. The lecture will tie in philosopher Emmanuel Levinas' theories with Geoffrey Chaucer's "The Pardoner's Tale." (Daanish Bhatti/Daily Bruin)

Jessica Ruth Bell plays Alice, a doomsday prepper, in “The Art of Survival,” Gregory Armstrong’s short film. As writer and director, Armstrong, a Theater, Film and Television graduate student, said his film combines female empowerment with the phenomenon of preparing for doomsday. For the film, Bell was trained and advised in archery by Angela Lam, UCLA’s former archery club president.(Axel Lopez/Assistant Photo editor)

‘The Art of Survival’ illustrates women’s ability to find their inner strength

This post was updated April 3 at 3:24 p.m. Archery helps a woman change her fate in Gregory Armstrong’s short film. The Theater, Film and Television graduate student said his film, “The Art of Survival,” combines Idaho’s cultural phenomenon of doomsday preppers – complete with their honed survival skills – with female empowerment. Read more...

Photo: Jessica Ruth Bell plays Alice, a doomsday prepper, in “The Art of Survival,” Gregory Armstrong’s short film. As writer and director, Armstrong, a Theater, Film and Television graduate student, said his film combines female empowerment with the phenomenon of preparing for doomsday. For the film, Bell was trained and advised in archery by Angela Lam, UCLA’s former archery club president.(Axel Lopez/Assistant Photo editor)

Jessica Ruth Bell plays Alice, a doomsday prepper, in “The Art of Survival,” Gregory Armstrong’s short film. As writer and director, Armstrong, a Theater, Film and Television graduate student, said his film combines female empowerment with the phenomenon of preparing for doomsday. For the film, Bell was trained and advised in archery by Angela Lam, UCLA’s former archery club president.(Axel Lopez/Assistant Photo editor)

Ben Lerchin used 3D printing technology to create works for their exhibition titled "Spatial Erratic," which is part of a series of exhibitions by graduate students. (Niveda Tennety/Daily Bruin)

UCLA graduate student critiques human interaction with nature in innovative exhibit

Ben Lerchin uses 3D printing technology to explore the relationship between humans and nature in their solo exhibition. The exhibition, entitled “Spatial Erratic,” is part of a series of exhibitions by graduate students in UCLA’s department of Design Media Arts. Read more...

Photo: Ben Lerchin used 3D printing technology to create works for their exhibition titled "Spatial Erratic," which is part of a series of exhibitions by graduate students. (Niveda Tennety/Daily Bruin)

Ben Lerchin used 3D printing technology to create works for their exhibition titled "Spatial Erratic," which is part of a series of exhibitions by graduate students. (Niveda Tennety/Daily Bruin)

Maya Rose Dittloff, a fourth-year film and television student, Carla Emilian Olivas and Cheree Fraser are part of "STAG PARTIES," a series written, directed and produced by Dittloff. Olivas and Fraser both act in the series, which will begin filming Thursday. (Tanmay Shankar/Daily Bruin)

Producers of ‘STAG PARTIES’ aim to show alternate to male-dominated film industry

In the early 1900s, men often attended stag parties at clubs or fraternities where they paid to watch stag films – a subgenre of pornography – in a group setting. Read more...

Photo: Maya Rose Dittloff, a fourth-year film and television student, Carla Emilian Olivas and Cheree Fraser are part of "STAG PARTIES," a series written, directed and produced by Dittloff. Olivas and Fraser both act in the series, which will begin filming Thursday. (Tanmay Shankar/Daily Bruin)

Maya Rose Dittloff, a fourth-year film and television student, Carla Emilian Olivas and Cheree Fraser are part of "STAG PARTIES," a series written, directed and produced by Dittloff. Olivas and Fraser both act in the series, which will begin filming Thursday. (Tanmay Shankar/Daily Bruin)


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