Pauley Pavilion came alive Saturday evening with 17 Spring Sings acts ranging from soloists to duets, a cappella ensembles to dance troupes. Third-year sociology student and folk singer Laura Savage won the Northern California Alumni Grand Sweepstakes Award for Best Performance on the Pauley Pavilion stage.
Look back on week eight of spring quarter to see coverage ranging from features on artists to vegan meals. Take a look!
In this week’s news recap through Daily Bruin photograpy we see a display of two unique cultures, stories from UCLA athletics and the release of a long-term project about the hardships that medical students face in the UC system.
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.
The winter quarter was full of interesting people and exciting moments across UCLA and the greater Los Angeles area. Luckily our photographers were there to capture it all.
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