Tuesday, May 21

Lulu Wang spoke during a screening and Q&A of her film, "The Farewell." The writer and director said she incorporated her family members into the A24 film, which debuted at the Sundance Film Festival. (Courtesy of Adam Karp)
Lulu Wang spoke during a screening and Q&A of her film, "The Farewell." The writer and director said she incorporated her family members into the A24 film, which debuted at the Sundance Film Festival. (Courtesy of Adam Karp)

(Courtesy of EPF Media)
(Courtesy of EPF Media)

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(Courtesy of Francois Duhamel/Annapurna Pictures)

Moderator Charlie Birns spoke with actress Rebecca Schull, who portrayed the main character Claire, and director Jeff Lipsky after a screening of their film “The Last,” which follows a Jewish family in the aftermath of their grandmother admitting to being a Nazi.
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Moderator Charlie Birns spoke with actress Rebecca Schull, who portrayed the main character Claire, and director Jeff Lipsky after a screening of their film “The Last,” which follows a Jewish family in the aftermath of their grandmother admitting to being a Nazi.
(Umber Bhatti/Daily Bruin)

Alumna Jane Lee (right) and her boyfriend Jady Pham run a YouTube channel together under the name JaneandJady. The couple met at their medical school orientation in 2014, and now use YouTube as a platform to discuss their experiences as medical school graduates and current anesthesiology residents. (Courtesy of Jane Lee and Jady Pham)
Alumna Jane Lee (right) and her boyfriend Jady Pham run a YouTube channel together under the name JaneandJady. The couple met at their medical school orientation in 2014, and now use YouTube as a platform to discuss their experiences as medical school graduates and current anesthesiology residents. (Courtesy of Jane Lee and Jady Pham)

Sarena Khasawneh, a fourth-year political science student, moderated a Q&A with stand-up comedian Ramy Youssef Tuesday. Youssef's upcoming television show "Ramy" is based on his experiences as an Egyptian Muslim American. (Courtesy of Juan Diaz)
Sarena Khasawneh, a fourth-year political science student, moderated a Q&A with stand-up comedian Ramy Youssef Tuesday. Youssef's upcoming television show "Ramy" is based on his experiences as an Egyptian Muslim American. (Courtesy of Juan Diaz)

First-year theater student Nick Rodriguez and third-year theater student Sam Linkowski star in an adaptation of the 1979 play "Bent," which will premiere Thursday at Macgowan Hall. Set in the 1930s, the play explores the struggles of being gay during the Holocaust, with its protagonist Max coming to terms with his sexual identity. (Niveda Tennety/Daily Bruin)
First-year theater student Nick Rodriguez and third-year theater student Sam Linkowski star in an adaptation of the 1979 play "Bent," which will premiere Thursday at Macgowan Hall. Set in the 1930s, the play explores the struggles of being gay during the Holocaust, with its protagonist Max coming to terms with his sexual identity. (Niveda Tennety/Daily Bruin)