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UCLA students react to controversy surrounding film ‘The Interview’

This post was updated at 12:10 a.m. on Dec. 22. UCLA students are some of the only people in the world that have ever seen the controversial film “The Interview” on the big screen. Read more...

Photo: Because of the canceled release of “The Interview,” UCLA students are some of the few people in the world to have ever seen the film in theaters. The event was sponsored by Sony and was screened on Dec. 8 at the James Bridges Theater prior to the threats leveled by unknown hackers. (Courtesy of Andy Tran)

UCLA, USC students unite to hold Crosstown Caroling concert

The day after the UCLA-USC football game, Bruin choral singers filled Schoenberg Hall with a victorious eight-clap and enthusiastically chanted “We are the Champions” to their Trojan counterparts. Read more...

Photo: Rivals in Harmony is a choral group that consists of UCLA and USC students. The group, formed by UCLA alumnus Alexander Blake, aims to bring together students from the rival schools through music. The group’s first concert, Crosstown Caroling, will take place in Schoenberg Hall on Sunday. (Courtesy of Alex Blake)

Treehouse Theater Company spreads roots with ‘This Is Our Youth’

This story has been updated at 12:25 p.m. on Dec. 4. See the bottom of the article for more details. The Treehouse Theater Company’s logo does not actually depict a treehouse. Read more...

Photo: The Treehouse Theater Company will perform its second production, “This Is Our Youth,” in December. The troupe puts on site-specific shows from a Strathmore Drive apartment complex. (Jintak Han/Daily Bruin)

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