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“What” is dance

Second-year dance and choreography MFA students explore dance’s lack of boundaries by incorporating the ‘unconventional’ into their performance, “What.” More »

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Reel Life: Lernik Asserian

Having moved to America just four years ago from Iran, third-year mathematics student Lernik Asserian is making her dreams come true. Obtaining an internship with NASA, being admitted into UCLA, learning a new language,and being accustomed to a new culture are just a few things that Asserian has accomplished. More »

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UCLA Community School gives low-income families access to educational resources "UCLAxCS story 6.04". "UCLA Community School gives low-income families access to educational resources"

The UCLA Community School gives low-income families access to state-of-the-art educational resources in the Los Angeles neighborhood of Koreatown, in part by utilizing UCLA volunteers. Fourth-year student Lindsey Kunisaki talks about teaching a variety of arts in the afterschool program through UCLA’s VAPAE program. More »

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UCLA Unseen: UCLA Planetarium

Daily Bruin Video introduces UCLA Unseen, a new weekly series exploring lesser-known places on campus. The UCLA Planetarium, located on the roof of the Mathematical Sciences building, is a tranquil dome for exploring the night sky and beyond. More »

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Long Story Short – February 23, 2015 "Daily Bruin Radio" by LSS 2/23/15. "Long Story Short – February 23, 2015"

Sharon Lin and Alex Hyun host winter quarter’s sixth episode of Long Story Short. First, UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television Associate Professor Sean Metzger shares his thoughts on his newest book, “Chinese Looks: Fashion, Performance, Race.” Second, LCC Theatre Company’s student members Elijah Lang, Mathew Foreta, Peter Ngo and Stephen Luu join us to talk about their theatre company’s mission and their upcoming performance. More »

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Lego is a toy of “infinite possibilities,” for Aaron Newman, a second-year theater student, who has been building his own art out of Legos. Newman explains how he found his passion in Lego-making and has exhibited and shared his work with other people on websites. More »

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