Tuesday, May 26

Podcast ‘Elderllama’ breaks down the universe with casual conversation

Science, philosophy and the intricacies of the universe are casual conversation topics in the podcast “Elderllama.” The show was created by second-year cognitive science student Erick Amezcua, who started uploading episodes in late 2019. Read more...

Photo: Erick Amezcua’s podcast “Elderllama” covers everything from science to philosophy. He makes complex scientific topics conversational with the guests on his showing order to try to make learning fun. (Courtesy of Erick Amezcua)

Last American Music Awards of the decade ends on a reminiscent note

The curtain has dropped on the 2019 American Music Awards as the end of the decade approaches. The awards show, which took place Sunday, was spearheaded by artists reminiscing on their musical pasts. Read more...

Photo: At the 2019 American Music Awards, Taylor Swift was honored with Artist of the Decade, as well as five other awards. Swift has now amassed 29 AMAs, making her the most decorated artist in the award show’s history. (Ashley Kenney/Daily Bruin)

Hammer video installation explores Egyptian military uniforms through stories

This post was updated Nov. 12 at 4:02 p.m. Costumes and film are combining to tell the story behind Egyptian military uniforms. Jasmina Metwaly, an artist and activist, will have her installation “Anbar” on display at the Hammer Museum until Jan. Read more...

Photo: Artist Jasmina Metwaly has her installation “Anbar” on display at the Hammer Museum until January 19. Her work consists of three 15-minute documentary clips alongside costumes to tell a story about Egyptian military uniforms. (Tanmay Shankar/Assistant Photo editor)

YouTuber vlogs college experience at UCLA, strives to make relatable content

Braden Lem is living in the moment, even as he documents each one on camera. Also known by his online persona, “braden IRL,” the fourth-year astrophysics student balances a YouTube channel alongside his schoolwork as he covers a broad range of topics revolving around his life as a UCLA student. Read more...

Photo: Fourth-year astrophysics student Braden Lem is balancing schoolwork with his personal vlogging channel, “braden IRL,” on YouTube. His main priority for the channel is to document his favorite moments in college, from dance groups to staying up late with friends. (Kanishka Mehra/Assistant Photo editor)

Concert review: Twenty One Pilots’ tour successfully unifies audience, balances theatricality

This post was updated Nov. 4 at 12:01 a.m.  Twenty One Pilots’ world of “Trench” came to life in a wash of yellow and forest green. Read more...

Photo: Tyler Joseph and Josh Dun of Twenty One Pilots took the stage at the Staples Center as a part of their “The Bandito Tour” on Friday night. Emerging in a black ski mask, Joseph finally revealed his face during the band’s performance of “Heavydirtysoul.” (Amy Dixon/Daily Bruin senior staff)

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