Monday, February 20th 2017
Madeleine Lee Campus Beat Reporter Jewish students and allies gathered to express concern in response to a controversial editorial cartoon published in the University of California, Los Angeles’ Daily Bruin at the weekly Associated Students Senate meeting in the Flying A...
Dhiraj Nallapaneni Opinions Editor On Feb. 10, just months after his critically successful 2016 release Atrocity Exhibition, Detroit rapper Danny Brown dropped EP Accelerator in collaboration with producer Paul White. Brown is a polarizing figure for many. Some listeners cannot get past...
Rebecca Lauffenburger Staff Writer Last Thursday, hundreds of students from the University of California, Santa Barbara and community members alike gathered in Campbell Hall for a warm and cozy evening with jazz saxophonist Kamasi Washington and his band, The Next Step....
Rebecca Lauffenburger Staff Writer The ongoing programs, tour dates, and travel plans of countless Middle Eastern artists were ruined overnight in the wake of Trump’s seven-nation travel ban directed at the nations of Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, and Syria. As...
Francisco Olvera Staff Writer An article published this past week titled “Where Violence and Liberation Come Together” puts forth an incredible false equivalency between World War II and a far-right conservative speaking at a neoliberal university. The writer of the article...
Jennica Martin Staff Writer The late 2000s was a dark time for Cartoon Network. During these years, the channel cancelled many of its iconic cartoon shows and tried to replace them with forgettable live-action reality shows that no one asked for....
Jack Shea A long weekend coming and unpredictable weather call for a quick trip to the Santa Barbara Museum of Art. Though grand in size and taller than the fine restaurants beside it on State Street, the current exhibits only...
Chelsea Viola National Beat Reporter Potential gubernatorial candidates are setting the stage in preparation for the election next November. There are currently 11 possible candidates eyeing a spot on the ballot, but only six have confirmed their running. The leading candidate...
Gwendolyn Wu Executive Content Editor While student publications around California extensively cover student food insecurity, agricultural innovation, and food reviews, no one does it as religiously as the UC Food Observer does. The self-described “daily serving of must-read news from the world...
Jeremy Levine Copy Editor “We were worried about vaginas,” three actresses from the University of California, Santa Barbara’s Vagina Monologues and Herstories 2017 cast intoned at the audience for the last line of the show’s opening skit. Thus kicked off a...