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The Chinese Student Association will hold their annual Heritage Night at Schoenberg Hall Saturday. This year, they will perform "The Butterfly Lovers," a traditional Chinese love tragedy about Yingtai Zhu, a young girl pursuing love in a feudal society. (Tamaryn Kong/Daily Bruin)
The Chinese Student Association will hold their annual Heritage Night at Schoenberg Hall Saturday. This year, they will perform "The Butterfly Lovers," a traditional Chinese love tragedy about Yingtai Zhu, a young girl pursuing love in a feudal society. (Tamaryn Kong/Daily Bruin)

Dutch contemporary artist Lily van der Stokker is currently displaying her multi-dimensional art installations on the Hammer Museum's walls.
(Monica Jeon/Daily Bruin)
Dutch contemporary artist Lily van der Stokker is currently displaying her multi-dimensional art installations on the Hammer Museum's walls.
(Monica Jeon/Daily Bruin)

UCLA alumnus and Game Lab researcher Nick Crockett will give a talk about his work developing 3D games for Unity Club on Thursday. Crockett has worked to showcase students' work at the UCLA Game Lab and works to make video games more appealing for new audiences.
(Miriam Bribiesca/Daily Bruin)
UCLA alumnus and Game Lab researcher Nick Crockett will give a talk about his work developing 3D games for Unity Club on Thursday. Crockett has worked to showcase students' work at the UCLA Game Lab and works to make video games more appealing for new audiences.
(Miriam Bribiesca/Daily Bruin)

Design | Media Arts graduate student Hsin-Yu Lin's solo exhibition, "Kin Ku Ki Kwan ( The Encyclopedia of Timid Knowledge)," will open Thursday in Broad 1250. The wax-covered installation will be accompanied by a game, which Lin said will guide viewers to interact with the sculpture and space. (Maryrose Kulick/Daily Bruin Senior Staff)
Design | Media Arts graduate student Hsin-Yu Lin's solo exhibition, "Kin Ku Ki Kwan ( The Encyclopedia of Timid Knowledge)," will open Thursday in Broad 1250. The wax-covered installation will be accompanied by a game, which Lin said will guide viewers to interact with the sculpture and space. (Maryrose Kulick/Daily Bruin Senior Staff)

UCLA Design | Media Arts alumna Pinar Yoldas has a background in both arts and sciences. Her proposal, "Distilling the Sky," aims to compress polluted particles into a kind of ink for this generation's stories. (Matt Cummins/Daily Bruin)

Q&A: Alumna talks receiving fellowship, hopes for her project

Riding her bike around Los Angeles while wearing a mask, UCLA Design | Media Arts alumna Pinar Yoldas became fascinated with air pollution. On April 9, Yoldas was named as one of the recipients of the John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Fellowship for her proposal, “Distilling the Sky.” With an architectural structure, Yoldas said she hopes to compress polluted air particles into a kind of ink for this generation’s stories. Read more...

UCLA Design | Media Arts alumna Pinar Yoldas has a background in both arts and sciences. Her proposal, "Distilling the Sky," aims to compress polluted particles into a kind of ink for this generation's stories. (Matt Cummins/Daily Bruin)

Since her first appearance in the comic book series "Uncanny X-Men" in 1981, Rachel Grey has become a prominent member of the 2013 launch of the all-female "X-Men."
(Courtesy of Marvel Comics)
Since her first appearance in the comic book series "Uncanny X-Men" in 1981, Rachel Grey has become a prominent member of the 2013 launch of the all-female "X-Men."
(Courtesy of Marvel Comics)

(Kelsey Kong/Daily Bruin)
(Kelsey Kong/Daily Bruin)


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