Tuesday, August 20

At a "10 Questions" panel Tuesday, Susan Foster, a dance professor, performed a choreographed lecture to explore the everyday physical realities and limits of the body and its interaction with our expectations of it. (Photo courtesy of Hannah Burnett/UCLA:Arts)
At a "10 Questions" panel Tuesday, Susan Foster, a dance professor, performed a choreographed lecture to explore the everyday physical realities and limits of the body and its interaction with our expectations of it. (Photo courtesy of Hannah Burnett/UCLA:Arts)

UCLA faculty explored memory in their respective fields of neuroscience, sociology and theater at the panel Tuesday night. (Photo courtesy of Hannah Burnett/UCLA : Arts)
UCLA faculty explored memory in their respective fields of neuroscience, sociology and theater at the panel Tuesday night. (Photo courtesy of Hannah Burnett/UCLA : Arts)

Humans and dogs have been shown to improve one another's mental health. According to a report in the journal Science, when dogs and humans lock eyes, their brains release oxytocin, the “love hormone” most commonly associated with maternal bonding. (Niveda Tennety/Daily Bruin)
Humans and dogs have been shown to improve one another's mental health. According to a report in the journal Science, when dogs and humans lock eyes, their brains release oxytocin, the “love hormone” most commonly associated with maternal bonding. (Niveda Tennety/Daily Bruin)

(Thomas Tran/Daily Bruin)
(Thomas Tran/Daily Bruin)

(Nicole Anisgard Parra/Daily Bruin)
(Nicole Anisgard Parra/Daily Bruin)