Marco Williams finds historical writing more intertwined with the present than ever.
The writer and alumnus is nominated for an Emmy Award for Outstanding Writing for a Nonfiction Program for his work on “Tulsa Burning: The 1921 Race Massacre.” The History Channel documentary focuses on the 100th anniversary of the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre, in which the prosperous Black community of the Greenwood District in Tulsa, Oklahoma, was burned down by a white mob.
This post was updated Aug. 1 at 5:54 p.m.
This time around, Billie Eilish is happier than ever.
The long-awaited sophomore record of the young artist comes after her Grammy-award-winning debut album “When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?” While its predecessor opted for a mostly darker electro-pop sound to complement its thematically heavy nature, “Happier Than Ever” strikes a balance in simultaneously softening and sharpening her edges.
There’s no law against the trajectory of Kristi Hoi’s latest film.
The alumnus’ short “No Law, No Heaven” was announced June 8 as a final contender against two other films for the 2021 Global Student Accommodation British Academy of Film and Television Student Awards in the Live Action category.
Playwrights can’t capture light, but they come close by describing its mysterious presence.
As the first Latino to win the Pulitzer Prize for Drama, Cuban American playwright and director Nilo Cruz shed light on his creative process in an afternoon salon talk Tuesday.
Swati’s music is seeing the light of day for the first time.
Going by her first name as a solo act, Swati Swaminathan will be making her musical debut at this year’s Spring Sing with her original song “Brown.” The fourth-year computer science student said she auditioned on a whim after she wrote “Brown,” which is only her second fully finished song.
This post was updated May 16 at 6:32 p.m.
School is back in session, Wildcats.
Premiering Friday on Disney+, season two of “High School Musical: The Musical: The Series” drops back in on the East High School students as they get ready to stage a production of “Beauty and the Beast” for their spring musical.
Spring is the time for rejuvenation and growth – for both the earth and the music industry. As Bruins spend their time languidly basking in the sun, fresh-faced artists are waiting for a spot on their spring playlists.
This post was updated April 2 at 11:20 a.m. to reflect increased transparency regarding Raylene Factora’s previous involvement with the Daily Bruin.
Two undergraduate students are shining a colorful light on diverse stories in their new podcast, “Iridescence.”
The podcast was started this year by third-year communication student Raylene Factora and third-year psychology student Jeremy Hsing.
Gabriel Bologna is making moves in the festival circuit with his film “Tango Shalom.”
Directed and produced by the former UCLA filmmaking professor, the film has garnered multiple awards including Best Jaipur Critics Film at the Jaipur International Film Festival as well as Best Comedy and Best Lead Actor at the Montreal Independent Film Festival.
“Citizen Detective” lives up to its name as audience members become the lead investigators in an unsolved murder case.
Launched by the Geffen Playhouse’s online Stayhouse Theater and running until Feb.
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