As the countdown to Fashion and Student Trends at UCLA’s annual runway ticks down, Kristi Le’s collection has all the time in the world.
The first-time designer and fourth-year computational and systems biology student said her collection will walk FAST’s annual runway Friday at Pauley Pavilion while conveying a message of sustainability.
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Transcending the barrier between online and the physical world, video game clothing is a foundational building block in fan culture and worldbuilding.
For his work on “Camelot,” Lap Chi Chu has been theatrically knighted with the title of “Tony Award Nominee.”
The professor and head of lighting design at the UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television recently received a Tony Award nomination for Best Lighting Design of a Musical for his work on Lerner and Loewe’s “Camelot.” The 1960s musical returned to the stage last month with a new book written by Aaron Sorkin.
This post was updated May 21 at 9:00 p.m.
Bruin talent took center stage at the 78th annual Spring Sing.
On Friday, 12 acts composed of dance, music and spoken word elements took the Spring Sing stage at the Los Angeles Tennis Center.
This Spring Sing, Mariachi de Uclatlán is having its own superbloom.
The annual tradition will take place on Friday at the Los Angeles Tennis Center and fourth-year ethnomusicology student Saveena Patel said the collegiate mariachi band will play an arrangement of “Orange Blossom Special.” Blending Western and Mexican music together, fourth-year anthropology student Ricardo Dollero said the nontraditional song choice was made to honor the Mexican-American experience while also appealing to a broader audience.
On the heels of its 10th birthday, Coastalong Music and Sustainability Festival is pedaling new legacies and honoring old ones.
On Saturday at Sunset Canyon Recreation Center, the free, sudent-run festival will feature bike-powered performances from eight artists, including headliner flor.
Transcending the barrier between the online world and reality, video game clothing is a foundational building block in fan culture and world building. Ever-present yet often overlooked, these virtual garments affect the wallets and wardrobes of gaming enthusiasts and nonfans alike.
This post was updated May 7 at 9:11 p.m.
LE SSERAFIM’s debut album is burning bridges and demolishing choruses.
The K-pop group – comprised of Sakura, Kim Chaewon, Huh Yunjin, Kazuha and Hong Eunchae – released its first full-length studio album Monday, nearly a year after its debut in May 2022.
With the advent of the spring season, many may choose to take advantage of the pleasant weather with outdoor activities. But for those who want to stay inside, various new video games based on fan-favorite franchises are also flourishing.
Just in time for May flowers, this season’s newest musical additions aim to shower listeners with energetic lyricism.
Whether it be one artist’s confidence-filled debut or another’s reflection on a decade-long musical collaboration, new and old musical voices are looking inward for inspiration this spring as they place their respective sonic aesthetics at the forefront of their latest works.
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