Tuesday, August 20

Rising second-year anthropology student Binisha Dahal runs a YouTube channel through which she aims to depict the reality of the college experience. She provides tips on productivity, her daily activities and personal Q&As about UCLA. (Lauren Man/Daily Bruin)
Rising second-year anthropology student Binisha Dahal runs a YouTube channel through which she aims to depict the reality of the college experience. She provides tips on productivity, her daily activities and personal Q&As about UCLA. (Lauren Man/Daily Bruin)

Actress Lauren Renee plays Yesenia in “Let’s Talk About ‘It’” alongside Ali Graba, who plays Aurora. The film navigates sexual encounters in college, and includes representation of the Latinx community. (Courtesy of Anali Cabrera)
Actress Lauren Renee plays Yesenia in “Let’s Talk About ‘It’” alongside Ali Graba, who plays Aurora. The film navigates sexual encounters in college, and includes representation of the Latinx community. (Courtesy of Anali Cabrera)

Ally Gong, a fourth-year economics student, uses her YouTube channel to explore Korean makeup and skincare trends. She currently has more than 9,000 subscribers to her channel. (Elise Tsai/Daily Bruin)
Ally Gong, a fourth-year economics student, uses her YouTube channel to explore Korean makeup and skincare trends. She currently has more than 9,000 subscribers to her channel. (Elise Tsai/Daily Bruin)

UCLA students interned at the “Things I Never Said” project, which centers around opening a discussion about stigmas surrounding mental health in Asian-American communities. Director Wendy Wang said the need to create further education on this topic partially stems from the model minority myth. (Courtesy of Wendy Wang)
UCLA students interned at the “Things I Never Said” project, which centers around opening a discussion about stigmas surrounding mental health in Asian-American communities. Director Wendy Wang said the need to create further education on this topic partially stems from the model minority myth. (Courtesy of Wendy Wang)

Dalena Tran, a graduate student, will present her art exhibition, "mornal : stasis - slowing down a mis-ordering of normal," at the Broad Art Center. It consists of projections of scenery on three different walls. (Kanishka Mehra/Daily Bruin)

Graduate student explores concept of framing and perception in art exhibition

Thinking outside the box, Dalena Tran will place her audience inside one, she said. Tran, a graduate student, said the idea of framing – or putting things into focus – is at the center of her solo art exhibition, titled “mornal : stasis – slowing down a mis-ordering of normal.” The exhibition will be open Tuesday and Wednesday at UCLA’s Broad Art Center. Read more...

Dalena Tran, a graduate student, will present her art exhibition, "mornal : stasis - slowing down a mis-ordering of normal," at the Broad Art Center. It consists of projections of scenery on three different walls. (Kanishka Mehra/Daily Bruin)

Processing Community Day aims to teach individuals the basics of computer programming and coding in art. Lauren McCarthy, an assistant professor at UCLA, worked with the lead organizer of the event. (Courtesy of Processing Foundation)
Processing Community Day aims to teach individuals the basics of computer programming and coding in art. Lauren McCarthy, an assistant professor at UCLA, worked with the lead organizer of the event. (Courtesy of Processing Foundation)

Beth Lapides is the host and creator of UnCabaret, a comedy live show that is performed  every Sunday at the Theatre at Ace Hotel. Lapides said they will celebrate their 25th anniversary Sunday, with storylines and stream-of-consciousness comedy techniques instead of standard punchlines. 
(Courtesy of Stephen Blaha)
Beth Lapides is the host and creator of UnCabaret, a comedy live show that is performed  every Sunday at the Theatre at Ace Hotel. Lapides said they will celebrate their 25th anniversary Sunday, with storylines and stream-of-consciousness comedy techniques instead of standard punchlines. 
(Courtesy of Stephen Blaha)