Wednesday, July 24

Lecturer in UCLA Writing Programs Susannah Rodriguez Drissi recently released her book “The Latin Poet’s Guide to the Cosmos,” combining different Romance languages to create a hybrid form of poetry. (Kanishka Mehra/Assistant Photo editor)
Lecturer in UCLA Writing Programs Susannah Rodriguez Drissi recently released her book “The Latin Poet’s Guide to the Cosmos,” combining different Romance languages to create a hybrid form of poetry. (Kanishka Mehra/Assistant Photo editor)

(Daily Bruin file photo)
(Daily Bruin file photo)

(Graphic reporting by Deirdre Klena/Daily Bruin, Graphic by Qirui Wu/Daily Bruin)
(Graphic reporting by Deirdre Klena/Daily Bruin, Graphic by Qirui Wu/Daily Bruin)

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Billy Ray Cyrus collaborated with Lil Nas X on "Old Town Road," a country rap song that's become a viral chart topper. However, the increase in such meme-based songs might lead to an overall decline in musical quality, argues Deirdre Klena. (Creative Commons photo by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Mark O'Donald via Wikimedia Commons)
Billy Ray Cyrus collaborated with Lil Nas X on "Old Town Road," a country rap song that's become a viral chart topper. However, the increase in such meme-based songs might lead to an overall decline in musical quality, argues Deirdre Klena. (Creative Commons photo by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Mark O'Donald via Wikimedia Commons)

(Courtesy of Jeff Lorch)
(Courtesy of Jeff Lorch)

Second line parades are put on by social clubs in New Orleans once a week 40 times a year, a tradition that has been signature to the city since the 1800s. Social club members dress in bright costumes and dance to New Orleans brass bands during the parades. (Courtesy of Pableaux Johnson)
Second line parades are put on by social clubs in New Orleans once a week 40 times a year, a tradition that has been signature to the city since the 1800s. Social club members dress in bright costumes and dance to New Orleans brass bands during the parades. (Courtesy of Pableaux Johnson)


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