Librarians usually shun patrons for making noise, but Thursday the sounds of mariachi and baroque classical music will reverberate throughout the Music Library.
“Song of Ourselves” will be an all-day event featuring several concerts and breakout discussions to promote diversity in the music industry.
HOOLIGAN Theatre Company’s production of “The Little Mermaid” will take place both under the sea and under the stars.
Recreating the Broadway rendition of the famous children’s tale, HOOLIGAN will perform the show – along with its classic Alan Menken score – Thursday to Saturday at the Sunset Canyon Recreation Center Amphitheater.
Ashley Michel proudly held up her sign to assert, “Sin Mujeres no hay revoluciόn,” or “Without women there is no revolution.”
The poster the first-year global studies student carried in the second annual Los Angeles Women’s March was personal.
The mystical garden exhibits and entrancing laser shows of “Enchanted: Forest of Light” carve out a new holiday-experience niche for itself.
Without relying on kitschy plastic Santas or red-and-green lights, the event transforms a humble botanical garden into a spectacular holiday-oriented light show experience, open from Nov.
Allison Yoon picked up her Rubik’s Cube whenever her hands were free during her winter break of her second year.
But by the end of her break, Yoon, a third-year psychobiology student and co-founder of the Cubing Club at UCLA, said she had become obsessed with setting new personal records on her 3-by-3 Rubik’s Cube – spending all of her free time trying new techniques and watching videos from other avid cubers online.
Brad Hall took his first job in the entertainment industry as a production assistant at Warner Bros. to make ends meet during college.
As Hall went on to search for new positions in entertainment, he began to collect resources and make professional connections within the industry.
Jadyn Duong uses her apartment desk for more than just studying.
More often than not, rows of makeup brushes are spread out over its surface and several desk lights face upward for optimal makeup lighting, creating her own makeshift makeup station.
Riley Grant went to a high school party during his senior year not to dance or drink, but to conduct field research for his podcast.
In the first episode of his podcast, Pique, the first-year pre-business economics student investigated why young people consume alcohol.
As a young girl growing up in Iran, Golnaz Jamsheed used to watch somber Iranian movies, like “Taste of Cherry,” with her mother.
“The movies of the time, which are now national treasures, capture a feeling of melancholy and the state of the times which was very dark for my young age,” Jamsheed said.
UCLA alumni and faculty have lent their acting, writing and directing talents to several series nominated for the 69th Primetime Emmy Awards. Contributing to nominations in categories such as Outstanding Comedy Series, Outstanding Drama Series and Outstanding Limited Series, Bruins have showcased their skills in both acting and production as parts of the casts and the crews.
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