Dominique Aulet-Leon (left) is the designer director of Fashion and Student Trends at UCLA and a fourth-year theater student. FAST will host its annual fashion show in Ackerman Grand Ballroom Friday.
(Heidy Cadena/Daily Bruin)
Dominique Aulet-Leon (left) is the designer director of Fashion and Student Trends at UCLA and a fourth-year theater student. FAST will host its annual fashion show in Ackerman Grand Ballroom Friday.
(Heidy Cadena/Daily Bruin)

Vivan Sundaram’s exhibition “Making Strange: Gagawaka + Postmortem” at the Fowler Museum showcases sculptural garments made out of recyclables, repurposed materials and medical supplies. (Alyssa Dorn/Daily Bruin)
Vivan Sundaram’s exhibition “Making Strange: Gagawaka + Postmortem” at the Fowler Museum showcases sculptural garments made out of recyclables, repurposed materials and medical supplies. (Alyssa Dorn/Daily Bruin)

Mexican cultural group Grupo Folkórico de UCLA will present its annual showcase, titled “Fiesta Mexicana,” Sunday at Royce Hall. Representing six regions of Mexico through costumes and choreography, the culture show will also highlight the 16 graduating seniors of the group, who will dedicate their performance to the region of Guerrero. (Heidy Cadena/Daily Bruin)

Grupo Folklórico de UCLA to perform annual cultural showcase

Swirling skirts in shades of green, purple, pink and yellow ripple in wavelike patterns as folklórico dancers spin in tight circles. Representing the coastal region of Veracruz, Mexico, some of the dancers practice dizzying spins and tap their heeled boots in time to the upbeat music on McClure Stage in Bruin Plaza, only pausing to catch their breath as the music continues wildly. Read more...

Mexican cultural group Grupo Folkórico de UCLA will present its annual showcase, titled “Fiesta Mexicana,” Sunday at Royce Hall. Representing six regions of Mexico through costumes and choreography, the culture show will also highlight the 16 graduating seniors of the group, who will dedicate their performance to the region of Guerrero. (Heidy Cadena/Daily Bruin)

The second annual showcase of “An Evening of Devised Works,” happening on Thursday, will consist of two plays called “Paper Cranes” and “Inconclusion,” created by first year MFA acting and directing students. (Monica Jeon/Daily Bruin)
The second annual showcase of “An Evening of Devised Works,” happening on Thursday, will consist of two plays called “Paper Cranes” and “Inconclusion,” created by first year MFA acting and directing students. (Monica Jeon/Daily Bruin)

(Courtesy of Vikram Kumar)
(Courtesy of Vikram Kumar)

The Magic and Illusion Student Team, also known as MIST, will hold “An Evening of Magic,” which will showcase magic tricks involving decks of cards, mesmerism and a giant card version of three-card monte. This is the first event that is specifically dedicated to the organization and its magic. (Kristen Payne/Daily Bruin)
The Magic and Illusion Student Team, also known as MIST, will hold “An Evening of Magic,” which will showcase magic tricks involving decks of cards, mesmerism and a giant card version of three-card monte. This is the first event that is specifically dedicated to the organization and its magic. (Kristen Payne/Daily Bruin)

As of 1992, in an issue of “Alpha Flight,” Northstar (right) became Marvel’s first openly gay character. In 2012, he married his boyfriend, Kyle Jinadu, (left) in an issue of “Astonishing X-Men.” (Marvel)
As of 1992, in an issue of “Alpha Flight,” Northstar (right) became Marvel’s first openly gay character. In 2012, he married his boyfriend, Kyle Jinadu, (left) in an issue of “Astonishing X-Men.” (Marvel)


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