Daily Bruin Photo staffers reflect on their favorite memories from this year’s memory card.
After over almost 20 years since its inception, The National performed at a sold-out Greek Theatre. The band played songs from its new album, “The First Two Pages of Frankenstein,” as well as unreleased music.
After getting its start in 1996, the LA Times Festival of Books is currently the nation’s largest literary event. The festival ran from April 22-23 and featured a wide range of literature for all readers.
The Pediatric AIDS Coalition hosted its annual 19-hour Dance Marathon fundraiser in Pauley Pavilion, its first full-scale version of the event since 2019. The event went from noon Saturday to 7 a.m.
Whether it’s a rhythm for the rain or sun, Bruins will have plenty of tunes to keep them company under their umbrellas. With upcoming releases home to haunting atmospheres and flying sparks, this season’s album forecast has temperatures ranging from ice cold to steamy.
Liz Li is chopping up traditional art media.
The fourth-year design media arts student creates art through various media including zines, posters, graphics and mock-ups of imaginary candy brands.
Whether they watch from the inside of their home or the theater, audiences will be falling for the films premiering this autumnal season.
As the leaves start turning vibrant shades of red, orange and yellow, a wide range of movies will be warmly welcoming audiences to sweater weather.
Daniella Shahrdar is showcasing her personal growth through social media to inspire those who share her same struggles.
The rising second-year political science student primarily creates lifestyle content that focuses on both mental and physical health and her daily life in college.
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