February 25, 2011 – In the new crime thriller “Brotherhood,” directed by Will Canon, pledge Adam is faced with the decision of defying his frat brothers or denying his own morals after a fraternity initiation goes all wrong. Reporter Betty Huang says that “Brotherhood” has beautiful cinematography and compelling action, but she’d like to see a more nuanced representation of women. [2:59]
Eight of some of the largest prime numbers have been found at UCLA’s campus, making UCLA one of the most productive members in the cooperative effort to find successively larger primes. This is a testimony not only to UCLA, but also to the power of distributed computing, the sharing of work across computers, to solve the world’s many problems.
The UC Regents Committee on Finance met to decide whether to raise student fees by 32 percent. While many regents found the fee raise unavoidable, some students made their disagreement clear. The committee voted to approve the fee increase, and the full board of regents will vote on Thursday.
The Wende Museum of the Cold War’s synthetic wall, a representation of the original Berlin Wall, will be coated with paintings by LA artists. The paintings will depict issues and “walls” that they hope to overcome. It is an organic piece that anyone can add to. Some artists speak about their paintings.
searching for more articles...