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Alethia Shih, an English graduate student, speaks to students from the Fernald Child Care Center about her Chocolate Waterfall Cake inspired by Roald Dahl's "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory." (Austin Yu/Daily Bruin senior staff)
Alethia Shih, an English graduate student, speaks to students from the Fernald Child Care Center about her Chocolate Waterfall Cake inspired by Roald Dahl's "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory." (Austin Yu/Daily Bruin senior staff)

UCLA music lecturer Jeffrey Jampol created his course, "Music Business Now," that focuses on finding success in the music industry. Producer Clive Davis will speak as a guest lecturer for the course on April 8. 
(Herb Alpert School of Music)

Q&A: Lecturer Jeffrey Jampol discusses course, joining music industry

UCLA music lecturer Jeffrey Jampol has worked in the music industry for more than four decades and has spent 15 years developing and fine-tuning his course, “Music Business Now.” From watching the Sex Pistols at Winterland in 1978 to founding his own music-oriented JAM, Inc., he gained industry experience and connections which he now seeks to share with his students. Read more...

UCLA music lecturer Jeffrey Jampol created his course, "Music Business Now," that focuses on finding success in the music industry. Producer Clive Davis will speak as a guest lecturer for the course on April 8. 
(Herb Alpert School of Music)

(Bijun Liang/Daily Bruin senior staff)
(Bijun Liang/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Courtesy of UCLA Center for the Art of Performance
Courtesy of UCLA Center for the Art of Performance

Lightning in a Bottle 2014 featured headliners Moby and Little Dragon. This year, the festival headliners will be SBTRKT, Tycho and ODEZA. (Courtesy of Watchara and Daniel Zetterstrom)
Lightning in a Bottle 2014 featured headliners Moby and Little Dragon. This year, the festival headliners will be SBTRKT, Tycho and ODEZA. (Courtesy of Watchara and Daniel Zetterstrom)

Q&A: GEMS CEO Rachel Lloyd discusses documentary ‘Very Young Girls’

When she was 19 years old, Rachel Lloyd finally escaped the life in which she had grown up – commercial sexual exploitation. Four years later, as a survivor, Lloyd founded Girls Educational and Mentoring Services (GEMS) in New York in 1998 in order to help and empower girls and young women like herself who’d been domestically trafficked and commercially sexually exploited. Read more...


Louis Vuitton's "Series 2" exhibit in Hollywood wrapped up on Sunday, after a month of rooms filled with videos and holographics to celebrate the brand's clothing and accessories and to promote the Spring 2015 Women’s Ready-to-Wear collection. (Austin Yu/Daily Bruin senior staff)
Louis Vuitton's "Series 2" exhibit in Hollywood wrapped up on Sunday, after a month of rooms filled with videos and holographics to celebrate the brand's clothing and accessories and to promote the Spring 2015 Women’s Ready-to-Wear collection. (Austin Yu/Daily Bruin senior staff)


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