Izzy Escobar flies with broken wings every day.
The incoming first-year musical theater student released her debut song “Broken Wings” on June 25, stemming from her experience of abuse from a stepparent, which she turned into inspiration for her music at a young age.
The craziness of covering Coachella Weekend 2 began before we even reached the outskirts of Indio, California.
Friday, 8 a.m.
Daily Bruin’s Photo editor Michael Zshornack and I departed promptly from Westwood, congratulating ourselves on actually leaving at the time we said we would.
This article was updated Jan. 11 at 11:50 a.m.
Five women have accused actor and UCLA lecturer James Franco of inappropriate or sexually exploitive behavior, according to the Los Angeles Times.
Lisa Hanawalt’s shared podcast “Baby Geniuses” is a blend of random internet searches, guest appearances and casual conversation.
The UCLA alumna works as a production designer and producer for the Netflix show “BoJack Horseman,” but when she’s not drawing cartoons or working on the show, she co-hosts the podcast “Baby Geniuses.”
Hanawalt, along with co-host and comedian Emily Heller, releases biweekly episodes Mondays that feature multiple segments and a variety of guests.
Concerts under the UCLA Herb Alpert School of Music will be free for all patrons starting this year.
The school, which had been working to make the change for several years, was able to implement the new policy in part because of an $11.7 million donation from an alumnus’ trust fund last year, said Neal Stulberg, the director of orchestral studies.
If you’ve ever watched Sarah Paulson scream, then you’ve already seen about 80 percent of “American Horror Story” season seven.
Paulson, who plays one of the protagonists this season, is an episode staple in the most recent installment of the “Horror Story” franchise, and yet she spends most of the show running around a large house yelling at people over the phone.
Jason Spielman has flown through mountain passes and over rooftops without ever leaving the ground.
The UCLA alumnus uses drones and other video equipment to record remote landscapes, city skylines and college campuses.
Noah Crousore has produced music under about 35 different aliases with approximately 3 million combined SoundCloud plays on his tracks.
But for the first-year pre-business economics student’s newest EP, he turned to just one: BLDRNNR.
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