It’s any almost-graduate’s nightmare: Clutching his chest and inhaling gasps of air, a college senior just days away from graduation has a panic attack as he is notified of an incomplete grade due to an accusation of plagiarism.
For every major performance, UCLA’s all-female Random Voices A Capella chooses one encompassing word to focus its energy on. As the group prepares to cover an unrevealed song by the iconic Madonna for this year’s Spring Sing, its current word seems fitting: “passion.”
“Random Voices has one of the lowest ranges I’ve heard in terms of all-girls groups, and this song in particular calls for a lot of power behind it,” said Sarah Summers, a second-year dance student.
In the last year, filmmakers have lit Katniss Everdeen’s dress on fire, shown us the lavish jeweled outfits worn to Gatsby’s parties and ensured the clothing of the ’70s be portrayed accurately in “American Hustle.” However, in the words of Deborah Landis, chair and founding director of the David C.
February brings love notes and roses, cupids and valentines. But there’s another “V-Day” this month that gifts gender empowerment instead of chocolates.
Throughout the month of February, UCLA students of Social Awareness Network for Activism through Art will host an ongoing V-Day campaign for gender equality with performances and panels aiming to fuse art and activism in a creative way.
Robots, video clips and superhero characters have come together at the New Wight Gallery.
Students of the Design | Media Arts graduate program are currently presenting their work in a week-long exhibition entitled “Prefix.” The gallery includes multifaceted pieces, including displays of film, performance and computer engineering.
The Street Hearts wooed the crowd Friday night at The Roxy, marking the band’s first Los Angeles performance off campus. With an uncommon combination of folk and soul inspired music, the concert debuted the band as one of raw talent and originality.
UCLA’s The Street Hearts wowed the crowd at Spring Sing earlier this year with its harmonic vocals and acoustic sound, even garnering the crowd-selected “Bruin Choice Award.” Composed of second-year dance student Sarah Summers, third-year cognitive science student Nick Valentini, third-year history and English student Andrew Giurgius and third-year civil engineering student Nicholai Hansen, the band won the Battle of the Bands, earning it a chance to play at the 2013 UCLA JazzReggae Festival.
Almost all college freshmen have heard the stereotypical accounts of potential weight gain: late-night eating, endless dining hall food and extra calories from drinking.
The myths and truths of college weight gain often tangle together, and make it difficult to find a balance for not only a healthy body but also a healthy mindset.
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