Daniel Gary Busby has been up to some saucy things since leaving
UCLA last year, and he’s got a lot more on the way.
The former UCLA professor, who taught in the musical theater
program, has gone on to take a tenured assistant professor position
in UC Irvine’s drama department.
When Janelle Dote graduated from the theater department in 2003,
her interest in acting was just emerging from backstage to front
In the Geffen Playhouse’s revival of Alan Jay Lerner and
Frederick Loewe’s “Paint Your Wagon,” Dote will
get to hone in on all aspects of the stage skills she learned at
The arts have always been used to express opinion, and with such
a heated political climate surrounding citizens this fall,
there’s no better time for the art department to embrace and
cultivate students’ abilities to use art to communicate
California dreamin’ might not be quite as light and breezy
anymore, at least according to the featured artists in this
year’s art department show, “Dark Side of the
Sun,” curated by some of UCLA’s graduate art students.
In addition to preparing to move into a brand-new, redesigned,
state-of-the-art building set to open in winter, World Arts and
Cultures faculty have been tweaking the details of their major to
allow for greater opportunities for all students.
No one can bring you the entire universe like an astronomy grad
student, and lately they have been working to show you even
In addition to their regular Wednesday night planetarium shows,
astronomy graduate students have been searching the skies for
interesting and original presentations to bring to audiences each
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