Monday, December 9

Second-year piano performance student Shota Homma played Robert Schumann's Piano Sonata No. 2 in G minor in front of a Carnegie Hall audience. He started taking lessons at the age of 4 and after moving to the United States from Japan and became interested in making classical music more available. (Courtesy of Shota Homma)
Second-year piano performance student Shota Homma played Robert Schumann's Piano Sonata No. 2 in G minor in front of a Carnegie Hall audience. He started taking lessons at the age of 4 and after moving to the United States from Japan and became interested in making classical music more available. (Courtesy of Shota Homma)

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Students at Dance and Dialogue workshops begin the class in a group discussion called a council. Following the council, students rotate between different dance stations where they learn various techniques such as hip-hop and contemporary dance. (Courtesy of Ricka Glucksman Kelsch)
Students at Dance and Dialogue workshops begin the class in a group discussion called a council. Following the council, students rotate between different dance stations where they learn various techniques such as hip-hop and contemporary dance. (Courtesy of Ricka Glucksman Kelsch)

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Santiago's Trip performed in Parking Structure 7 with string lights and cookies for attendees. Nish Selvalingam, the band's guitarist and a second-year philosophy student, said the band tries to challenge society's expectations for what rock bands should sound like. (Liz Ketchum/Daily Bruin)
Santiago's Trip performed in Parking Structure 7 with string lights and cookies for attendees. Nish Selvalingam, the band's guitarist and a second-year philosophy student, said the band tries to challenge society's expectations for what rock bands should sound like. (Liz Ketchum/Daily Bruin)