Tuesday, November 12

(Muling Shi/Daily Bruin)
(Muling Shi/Daily Bruin)

Nathan Mosher said after a traumatic breakup, he started doing stand-up comedy and poetry that discusses the difficulties of mental illness and relationships. He said the supportive atmosphere of of stand-up eventually led him to perform his poetry as well. (Liz Ketcham/Photo editor)
Nathan Mosher said after a traumatic breakup, he started doing stand-up comedy and poetry that discusses the difficulties of mental illness and relationships. He said the supportive atmosphere of of stand-up eventually led him to perform his poetry as well. (Liz Ketcham/Photo editor)

(Courtesy of Bob McKean)
(Courtesy of Bob McKean)

Incoming fourth-year design media arts student Dillon Bastan creates art that typically incorporates music from synthesizers and sounds from the spaces around him, such as gadgets creating repetitive noises or a metal can being kicked by audience members. He said his work appears simple, as he does not add extra embellishments, instead focusing on the sounds he creates. 
(Axel Lopez/Daily Bruin senior staff)
Incoming fourth-year design media arts student Dillon Bastan creates art that typically incorporates music from synthesizers and sounds from the spaces around him, such as gadgets creating repetitive noises or a metal can being kicked by audience members. He said his work appears simple, as he does not add extra embellishments, instead focusing on the sounds he creates. 
(Axel Lopez/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Campus drag queen Lorelei danced and lip-synced to a number of songs on stage at Dance Marathon. (Kanishka Mehra/Daily Bruin)
Campus drag queen Lorelei danced and lip-synced to a number of songs on stage at Dance Marathon. (Kanishka Mehra/Daily Bruin)

Jim and Jeanne Pieper’s collection of Guatemalan masks from the late 18th to the mid-20th century will be at the Fowler Museum from Sunday to October. The opening event Saturday will celebrate Guatemalan culture through performances and a preview of the collection. (Courtesy of Jim Pieper)
Jim and Jeanne Pieper’s collection of Guatemalan masks from the late 18th to the mid-20th century will be at the Fowler Museum from Sunday to October. The opening event Saturday will celebrate Guatemalan culture through performances and a preview of the collection. (Courtesy of Jim Pieper)

(Courtesy of Claudette Barius/Universal Pictures)
(Courtesy of Claudette Barius/Universal Pictures)