Sunday, October 20

(Rachel Wong/Daily Bruin)
(Rachel Wong/Daily Bruin)

Fourth-year design media arts student Nate Mohler will project animations and shapes on the wall of the Broad Art Center as part of the "Pressed for Space" senior showcase. He said he hopes his work helps spread the idea that projection is a form of art. (Daniel Leibowitz/Daily Bruin staff)
Fourth-year design media arts student Nate Mohler will project animations and shapes on the wall of the Broad Art Center as part of the "Pressed for Space" senior showcase. He said he hopes his work helps spread the idea that projection is a form of art. (Daniel Leibowitz/Daily Bruin staff)

Shiyu Ji (left), a third-year statistics student, and Siyuan Chen (right), a fourth-year mechanical engineering student, will both perform in the CFan Chinese Theater Group's production of "An Enemy of the People.” The play follows a local doctor as he investigates a potentially contaminated spring but receives resistance from his community. (Elise Tsai/Daily Bruin)
Shiyu Ji (left), a third-year statistics student, and Siyuan Chen (right), a fourth-year mechanical engineering student, will both perform in the CFan Chinese Theater Group's production of "An Enemy of the People.” The play follows a local doctor as he investigates a potentially contaminated spring but receives resistance from his community. (Elise Tsai/Daily Bruin)

Sean Tasse, a fourth-year economics student, and Ali Hepps, a fourth-year cognitive science student, will bring EDM beats and vocals to their Spring Sing performance of "The Game." (Niveda Tennety/Daily Bruin)
Sean Tasse, a fourth-year economics student, and Ali Hepps, a fourth-year cognitive science student, will bring EDM beats and vocals to their Spring Sing performance of "The Game." (Niveda Tennety/Daily Bruin)

English graduate student Jacqueline Barrios and Urban Humanities Initiative alumnus Gus Wendel worked worked to create a symposium featuring over twenty works – including one highlight project exploring riot-impacted neighborhood of South LA. (Daniel Leibowitz/Daily Bruin staff)
English graduate student Jacqueline Barrios and Urban Humanities Initiative alumnus Gus Wendel worked worked to create a symposium featuring over twenty works – including one highlight project exploring riot-impacted neighborhood of South LA. (Daniel Leibowitz/Daily Bruin staff)

UCLA alumna Kay Mouradian wrote the book “My Mother’s Voice" on which an upcoming musical is based. The story is based on her mother, who lived through the Armenian genocide.
(Courtesy of Kay Mouradian)
UCLA alumna Kay Mouradian wrote the book “My Mother’s Voice" on which an upcoming musical is based. The story is based on her mother, who lived through the Armenian genocide.
(Courtesy of Kay Mouradian)

The female K-pop group BLACKPINK performed Wednesday at The Forum as part of its In Your Area global tour. It sang 14 of its original singles and included American pop songs as part of its set list as well. (Courtesy of YG Entertainment)
The female K-pop group BLACKPINK performed Wednesday at The Forum as part of its In Your Area global tour. It sang 14 of its original singles and included American pop songs as part of its set list as well. (Courtesy of YG Entertainment)


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