Ariana Grande has never been less apologetic than with her most recent album, “Dangerous Woman.”
Last July, the tween-pop singer was caught on a bakery’s surveillance camera licking a doughnut she did not buy and then proclaiming “I hate America.” Grande’s words generated massive backlash from people who accused her of shaming overweight Americans.
1945: The beginnings of Spring Sing
The first Spring Sing was held on May 18, 1945, at the now-demolished UCLA Greek theatre. Created by then-ASUCLA director William Ackerman, the competition was advertised as a showcase for “Top Bruin Vocal Talent” and featured singing groups made of UCLA students.
The deadline for Spring Sing 2011 entries was fast approaching, but Courtney Randall still hadn’t finished composing her song.
Randall, then a first-year student, tried to rhyme lyrics and fit them over a guitar melody in her dorm room and in the middle of monotonous lectures.
The pieces were set and the theme decided, but Hanna Girma still couldn’t think of a name for her debut art show.
The fourth-year world arts and cultures student had worked with eight artists, some of whom were acquaintances of her professors and some her personal friends.
For many medical school applicants, being a doctor means caring for the people who need help and fulfilling dreams of serving the community. But about 400 physicians die every year by suicide, and almost 50 percent of medical students reported feeling emotionally exhausted and less empathetic toward their patients.
Springtime is here and with the flowers blossoms the angelic voice of Lee Su-hyun.
Lee Su-hyun and her older brother Lee Chan-hyuk – together, the brother-sister folk duo Akdong Musician – last graced the K-pop scene with the group’s 2014 debut studio album, “Play.” “Play” was also released in the spring – Lee Su-hyun’s airy falsetto and strong vibrato conjure images of soft rain and vivid flora, while Lee Chan-hyuk’s mellow guitar chords and effortless harmonies support his sister’s voice without skipping a beat.
Lulu Malaya Prollamante usually didn’t have time to practice her singing during her undergraduate years at UCLA. She was too busy studying for classes or participating in and leading a transgender advocacy group at UCLA.
The Fowler Museum at UCLA announced Wednesday that it received a $1 million donation from longtime donors Jay and Deborah Last.
The Lasts will also match up to $14 million from other donations.
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