Did you know that St. Patrick wasn’t actually Irish? This week, hear about the legend from English Professor Joseph Nagy. Later, ethnomusicology Professor Tim Taylor gives a lesson on how to embellish flute melodies and talks about the new Irish ensemble class that he teaches this year.
Daniel Roizen, a first year engineering student and member of the Bruin Motorcyclist Association, discusses his experiences with his motorcycle, such as reaching speeds as high as 150 mph, and aspirations to compete in professional races and stunt driving.
In the spirit of Hip Hop Appreciation Month, second year business economics student Maurice Wheatley, who also goes by his stage name Ace Mack, talks about his own musical journey and gives a live performance in the studio.
In light of Hip Hop Appreciation month, second year fine arts student Mukhtar Kaissi discusses about some of the activities and shows that the UCLA Hip Hop Congress has planned, while second year business economics student “Ace Mack” Maurice Wheatley gives a live performance and discusses his future music plans.
Daily Bruin A&E contributor Nick LaRosa reviews the 55th annual Grammy awards, English students share love advice for Valentine’s Day, and Professor King-Kok Cheung from the UCLA Asian American and English department discusses the cultural significance of Lunar New Year.
With Valentine’s Day right around the corner, third year English students Keith Blackmer and Vrinda Gupta share advice for the single, discuss the best destinations for dates, and talk about how students should spend February 14th with their loved ones.
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