Tuesday, November 21

Sibling duo Dean St. releases first EP about relationship with God

(Angela Song/ Daily Bruin)

(Angela Song/ Daily Bruin)

By

The members of Dean St. recorded their first EP in 10 hours. The EP was the sibling duo’s first venture into the professional music world, following an impromptu music contest that turned the siblings into bandmates.


Alumna Veronica Bianqui wrote her single, "Victim," as a means of expressing herself as she recovered from a state of emotional codependence. All of the proceeds for the single, which was released in September, will be donated to the Harm Reduction Coalition in memory of Bianqui's sister, who died in July following a long period of drug addiction. (Chengcheng Zhang/Daily Bruin)
Alumna Veronica Bianqui wrote her single, "Victim," as a means of expressing herself as she recovered from a state of emotional codependence. All of the proceeds for the single, which was released in September, will be donated to the Harm Reduction Coalition in memory of Bianqui's sister, who died in July following a long period of drug addiction. (Chengcheng Zhang/Daily Bruin)

The Peaks and Professors program, coordinated by second-year neuroscience student Dana Tran, works to foster more nuanced relationships between students and professors by setting up hiking trips for them to embark on together. (Rachel Hefner/Daily Bruin)
The Peaks and Professors program, coordinated by second-year neuroscience student Dana Tran, works to foster more nuanced relationships between students and professors by setting up hiking trips for them to embark on together. (Rachel Hefner/Daily Bruin)

Hui O' Imiloa's hula dance lesson, in which instructors taught the Waiahole, took place Nov. 14. Megan Elliot, one of the instructors,
 explained the cultural significance of the dance, which tells a narrative about nature.
 (Photo by Habeba Mostafa/Daily Bruin and Photo Illustration by Kristie-Valerie Hoang/Assistant Photo editor)
Hui O' Imiloa's hula dance lesson, in which instructors taught the Waiahole, took place Nov. 14. Megan Elliot, one of the instructors,
 explained the cultural significance of the dance, which tells a narrative about nature.
 (Photo by Habeba Mostafa/Daily Bruin and Photo Illustration by Kristie-Valerie Hoang/Assistant Photo editor)

Santiago's Trip performed in Parking Structure 7 with string lights and cookies for attendees. Nish Selvalingam, the band's guitarist and a second-year philosophy student, said the band tries to challenge society's expectations for what rock bands should sound like. (Liz Ketchum/Daily Bruin)
Santiago's Trip performed in Parking Structure 7 with string lights and cookies for attendees. Nish Selvalingam, the band's guitarist and a second-year philosophy student, said the band tries to challenge society's expectations for what rock bands should sound like. (Liz Ketchum/Daily Bruin)

Kaylin Riebli, a second-year theater student, kept a creepy doll from the set of one of the past productions she designed costumes for. She said she tries to incorporate psychology into the makeup and costumes of the characters. (Aubrey Yeo/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Theater student crafts symbolism into stage costume design

Kaylin Riebli discovered her love for costume design while crafting her first grade Halloween witch ensemble. When she was a child, the second-year theater student bought Halloween costumes with her mother and customized them until they became her own creations, changing the color of the buckles on a leprechaun outfit or the texture of a witch’s broom. Read more...

Kaylin Riebli, a second-year theater student, kept a creepy doll from the set of one of the past productions she designed costumes for. She said she tries to incorporate psychology into the makeup and costumes of the characters. (Aubrey Yeo/Daily Bruin senior staff)

“Sanctuary Art Show” will feature works of art from students that tackle what “sanctuary” means to them, including a photograph by second-year political science student Nicole Corona Diaz (left) and a painting by fourth-year sociology student Sierra Bronkhorst (right). (Eda Gokcebay/Daily Bruin)
“Sanctuary Art Show” will feature works of art from students that tackle what “sanctuary” means to them, including a photograph by second-year political science student Nicole Corona Diaz (left) and a painting by fourth-year sociology student Sierra Bronkhorst (right). (Eda Gokcebay/Daily Bruin)


1 2 3 2,000