Wednesday, June 19

Anna Tsai, a first-year physics student, designed "The Garden of Eden" for the 18th Fashion and Student Trends runway show, which took place Thursday night in Pauley Pavilion. (Lauren Man/Daily Bruin)
Anna Tsai, a first-year physics student, designed "The Garden of Eden" for the 18th Fashion and Student Trends runway show, which took place Thursday night in Pauley Pavilion. (Lauren Man/Daily Bruin)

Irvin Mason Jr., a third-year theater student, plays a character named Astronaut in "Moon River," one of two plays in the undergraduate one-act showcase. His character represents themes like black incarceration and male sexuality. (Ashley Kenney/Daily Bruin)
Irvin Mason Jr., a third-year theater student, plays a character named Astronaut in "Moon River," one of two plays in the undergraduate one-act showcase. His character represents themes like black incarceration and male sexuality. (Ashley Kenney/Daily Bruin)

Haley Reinhart will perform at The Roxy Theatre on Sunday as part of her "Lo-Fi Soul" tour. Her newest album, released in March, incorporates voice memos and influences from multiple genres. (Courtesy of Dana Trippe)
Haley Reinhart will perform at The Roxy Theatre on Sunday as part of her "Lo-Fi Soul" tour. Her newest album, released in March, incorporates voice memos and influences from multiple genres. (Courtesy of Dana Trippe)

Third-year economics student Minh Mai, third-year political science student Sonam Beckham and third-year psychology and communication student Mandy Santoso co-founded RefineLA, a thrift shop that aims to promote sustainable fashion. (Joe Akira/Daily Bruin staff)
Third-year economics student Minh Mai, third-year political science student Sonam Beckham and third-year psychology and communication student Mandy Santoso co-founded RefineLA, a thrift shop that aims to promote sustainable fashion. (Joe Akira/Daily Bruin staff)

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(Courtesy of Netflix)
(Courtesy of Netflix)

Sandra Oh hosted the 76th annual Golden Globe Awards alongside Andy Samberg. Oh was the first Asian woman to host a major awards show and the first Asian performer to win multiple Golden Globes, following up her 2006 win by winning Best Performance by an Actress In A Television Series - Drama. (Creative Commons photo by Tabercil via Wikimedia)

Second Take: Minority victories at Golden Globes reflect push for greater representation in media

Sandra Oh bowed and thanked her parents in Korean after winning a historic Golden Globe award. Not only did Oh host the 76th Golden Globe Awards, she also went home with her own shiny trophy for best lead actress in a drama television series for her role in the thriller “Killing Eve.” Oh is the first woman of Asian descent to host a major awards show, and at the end of the 76th annual show, she became the first performer of Asian descent to win multiple Golden Globes. Read more...

Sandra Oh hosted the 76th annual Golden Globe Awards alongside Andy Samberg. Oh was the first Asian woman to host a major awards show and the first Asian performer to win multiple Golden Globes, following up her 2006 win by winning Best Performance by an Actress In A Television Series - Drama. (Creative Commons photo by Tabercil via Wikimedia)