Monday, October 21

Female sexuality activist and psychology professor Laurie Mintz (left) and "Crazy Ex-Girlfriend" actress Rachel Bloom (right) answered questions from the audience about the importance of the pleasure of sex for women at a campus event Thursday. (Axel Lopez/Daily Bruin senior staff)
Female sexuality activist and psychology professor Laurie Mintz (left) and "Crazy Ex-Girlfriend" actress Rachel Bloom (right) answered questions from the audience about the importance of the pleasure of sex for women at a campus event Thursday. (Axel Lopez/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Members of Enigma, a science fiction and fantasy gaming club on campus, participate in activities ranging from tabletop role-playing games to vampire tag. (Mia Kayser/Daily Bruin Staff)
Members of Enigma, a science fiction and fantasy gaming club on campus, participate in activities ranging from tabletop role-playing games to vampire tag. (Mia Kayser/Daily Bruin Staff)

Cycle for Science, founded by two UCLA alumnae, organizes long-distance bike rides for female scientists. The scientists stop at K-12 classrooms to teach lessons about renewable energy, climate change and glaciers. (Courtesy of Rachel Woods-Robinson)
Cycle for Science, founded by two UCLA alumnae, organizes long-distance bike rides for female scientists. The scientists stop at K-12 classrooms to teach lessons about renewable energy, climate change and glaciers. (Courtesy of Rachel Woods-Robinson)

The Bruin Belles, founded in the 1940s, is a service organization for women at UCLA. It is also an exclusive organization, accepting fewer than a third of all applicants. (Tanmay Shankar/Assistant Photo editor)
The Bruin Belles, founded in the 1940s, is a service organization for women at UCLA. It is also an exclusive organization, accepting fewer than a third of all applicants. (Tanmay Shankar/Assistant Photo editor)

David Ghesser (left), a third-year music composition student, was the first recipient of a new scholarship named after Beach Boys co-founder Brian Wilson (right). The scholarship was facilitated by a $100,000 donation from UCLA adjunct professor David Leaf (center). (Courtesy of Daniel Ghesser)

Music student is first to receive scholarship named in honor of Beach Boys member

A music student was the first recipient of a new scholarship inspired by Beach Boys co-founder Brian Wilson. The scholarship, awarded this year to third-year music composition student David Ghesser, will be presented every other year to a third-year student in the UCLA Herb Alpert School of Music interested in pursuing a career in composing, arranging or producing popular music. Read more...

David Ghesser (left), a third-year music composition student, was the first recipient of a new scholarship named after Beach Boys co-founder Brian Wilson (right). The scholarship was facilitated by a $100,000 donation from UCLA adjunct professor David Leaf (center). (Courtesy of Daniel Ghesser)

Kelly Lytle Hernández, a professor of history and African American studies, was announced in September as one of 26 recipients of the prestigious MacArthur Foundation "genius" grant award. Hernández was one of only two historians to receive the award this year. (Courtesy of John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation)
Kelly Lytle Hernández, a professor of history and African American studies, was announced in September as one of 26 recipients of the prestigious MacArthur Foundation "genius" grant award. Hernández was one of only two historians to receive the award this year. (Courtesy of John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation)

Bruin Hyperloop is a campus club attempting to create a model of Elon Musk's proposed hyperloop technology for SpaceX's annual competition. The hyperloop, which could potentially transport people in pods through near-vacuum tubes, could reduce congestion and the cost of transporting goods in Los Angeles, club members said. (Ellie Tsai/Daily Bruin)
Bruin Hyperloop is a campus club attempting to create a model of Elon Musk's proposed hyperloop technology for SpaceX's annual competition. The hyperloop, which could potentially transport people in pods through near-vacuum tubes, could reduce congestion and the cost of transporting goods in Los Angeles, club members said. (Ellie Tsai/Daily Bruin)


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