“When it comes to judging, it’s very difficult because the dancers are so skilled and because there’s a lot of different styles,” said Komo Yamashita, judge at UCLA’s relaunched Friday Night Fights dance competition.
Amid the rising popularity of vaporizers and electronic cigarettes, UCLA students and Westwood businesses discuss the basics of becoming a ‘vape’ user and the reasons more young adults prefer ‘e-cigs’ as opposed to regular cigarettes.
Hidden beneath a Los Angeles overpass, Bob Baker’s Marionette Theater continues its fifty year legacy of bringing marionettes to life. Veteran puppeteers Eric De La Cruz and Alex Evans discuss their involvement in the historic theater as they carefully pull the strings of an aged art form.
For fifteen kopeks, players can play an arcade game based off of the game polo that utilizes a decapitated goat head as a ball. Jason Torchinsky, an artist featured at UCLA’s 2013 Game Art Festival, discusses the ongoing hoax surrounding his arcade cabinet “Ulak-Tartysh.”
In a department of fewer than 20 colleagues, the Moving Image Archive Studies Department fosters close community ties in preparation for their graduate students’ future careers of restoring and preserving aging film reels.
On Jan 17, self described “Revolutionary Artist” Emory Douglas spoke at the annual commemoration of the 1971 murder of Alprentice “Bunchy” Carter and John Huggins—UCLA students and members of the Black Panther Party.
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Sitting in De Neve Auditorium, audience members cheer with neon green thundersticks as the UCLA team faces off against USC in Nvidia’s first ever sponsored Call of Duty: Black Ops II Rivalries Tournament.
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