How do professor reviews differ based on gender? The Stack looks at the language used in professor reviews on Bruinwalk and examines how review sentiment changed during online learning.
“In the Heights” soars out of the screen to make real-life dreams come true.
The film adaptation of the long-running Broadway musical premieres Thursday in theaters and on HBO Max, reviving both popular characters and storylines as well as introducing modern social commentary.
This post was updated Nov. 1 at 6:27 p.m.
The apocalypse is the new normal in “The Walking Dead: World Beyond.”
The latest spinoff from “The Walking Dead” franchise on AMC confronts a zombie-overrun reality with a newer and younger cast surrounded by death at every turn.
Temperatures may be dropping, but these artists are popping. From funk to folk, this quarter’s rising artists are as varied as the colors of the autumn trees.
Caroline Pernick’s music may seem simple at first listen, but her songs mean much more than what meets the ear.
Two years after sweeping three awards at Spring Sing as a duet with Hayden Everett, the third-year theater student with an emphasis on musical theater is ready to perform once again.
From performing on the “American Idol” stage to singing in her bedroom, Sophia James challenges the definition of a “household name.”
Since she won over the show’s judges and viewers in her initial audition, the second-year global jazz studies student has blazed through the competition and was voted into the top-10 contestants this season.
Social distancing may make the heart grow fonder, but it brings many complications for the world of theater.
With the COVID-19 pandemic shutting down much of the world’s daily operations, not only have all UCLA classes been moved online, but also all theater productions have been canceled or delayed to fall quarter of the next academic year.
If any artist can hit the audience in the feels then start a dance party in the span of about two seconds, it’s Echosmith.
After releasing its sophomore album earlier this year, the sibling-trio band finished “The Lonely Generation Tour” in its hometown of Los Angeles at The Fonda Theatre on Thursday night.
Nothing is off limits in “Lydia,” in which secrets are exposed and emotions run high.
Graduate theater student Mark Anthony Vallejo is directing the production as his thesis play, which will run through March 7 in the Macgowan Hall Little Theater.
Nearly seven years have passed since Echosmith’s debut single “Cool Kids” released, but the band is just getting started.
The alternative-pop trio’s sophomore album, “Lonely Generation,” digs deep into Echosmith’s growth as both a family and a band throughout the years.
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