Tuesday, May 23rd 2017
Emmanuel Alcantar Staff Writer Brooklyn-based electronic artists George Clanton and Negative Gemini came to the KCSB Courtyard last Wednesday to perform music from their latest album releases. The setting was intimate, as many attendees rubbed shoulders and gathered close to the...
Rebecca Lauffenburger Staff Writer Last Friday, the Art, Design & Architecture Museum (AD&A) was unusually animated, as students and visitors to the University of California, Santa Barbara campus gathered for a reception honoring the graduates of UCSB’s Master of Fine Arts...
Andrew Delvasto Staff Writer Ecstasy, molly, MDMA — all names for a drug present at many parties or raves. It goes without saying that these drugs are illegal, although their use is still rampant. Associated Students Off-Campus Senator Patrick Dohoney has started...
Natali Rahimzadeh Staff Writer After a two-year hiatus, San Diego band Wavves comes crashing back into the summer music scene with its sixth studio release You’re Welcome. The album produced a solid five singles, all with the same garage-band feel familiar...
Jack Alegre Staff Writer Murmurs are rising with the United States sending a delegate to attend a conference for China’s ambitious “One Belt, One Road” program, which is an advanced infrastructure venture aiming to construct overland roads connecting China to Europe,...
Jack Alegre Staff Writer Students held a town hall on May 19 to reflect on the 2017 Associated Students elections. Participants discussed the election experience and engaged in conversation about what they felt could stand to change regarding elections. Discussion topics included...
Yao Yang Staff Writer Pulitzer Prize winning photographer Lynsey Addario came to Santa Barbara last Saturday, conducting the crowd through her life stories in her book "It's What I Do: A Photographer's Life of Love and War." Her career, travels, and...
Joanne Rhee Web Editor Everyone’s favorite Elotero, Hijinio Camacho, has become as well known as Freebirds. On some days, he is easy to find for your daily elote fix, and on others he is nowhere to be found. Thankfully, there is a different...
Rebecca Lauffenburger Staff Writer With the onset of Coachella just last month, festival season is officially upon us. From the disastrous Beach Goth 2016, which received enormous backlash in response to over-capacity festival grounds and overly aggressive security, to the absolutely...
Tanner Walker Staff Writer The Western Snowy Plover returned to its beachfront home in Los Angeles this spring after nearly 70 years of absence. The small shorebird is a tiny, fragile creature with a difficult past and an uncertain future, but...