Monday, May 20th 2019

A Purr-fect Performance by the Acro-cats and Rock Cats

Vanessa Su Staff Writer Hailing from Chicago, the Acro-cats with the Rock Cats stopped by Center Stage Theater in Santa Barbara this weekend to perform from...

Yo-Yo Ma: On Playing Cello and Being Human

Samuel Yang Cello virtuoso Yo-Yo Ma led a master class with three UCSB students at the Granada Theatre last Saturday morning, April 27. Thanks to...

Jaboukie Young-White Performs Imperfect, but Authentic Comedy in Isla Vista

Kyle Dent Comedian Jaboukie Young-White performed at I.V. Theater last Thursday night to a thrilled crowd of students. Though lacking some punch, Young-White still delivered...

UCSB’s 2nd Annual Art Walk Showcases Underrepresented Talent

Noe Padilla Staff Writer On April 17, UCSB held its second annual Art Walk hosted by the school’s Department of Music, Department of Theater & Dance,...

Masanga Marimba Brightens UCSB Music Bowl With Music of Zimbabwe

Raymond Matthews Staff Writer UCSB is well known for its classical music performances, featuring multiple, high-end concerts, operas, and musicals per year; however, the university also...

UCSB Students Strike a Pose at Annual Pride Week

Vanessa Su Staff Writer Celebrating UCSB’s ninth annual Pride Week, the Queer Commission at UCSB hosted a variety of events from a student-run fashion show at...

Script to Screen: A Conversation with “Game of Thrones” Episode Director

Noe Padilla With season eight of “Game of Thrones” right around the corner, UCSB gave fans of the series an opportunity to interact with Jeremy...

TroyBoi Brings the Heat with the Warm Up

Vanessa Su Starting off the spring quarter of 2019 with a bang, UCSB’s AS Program Board invited TroyBoi as the main act and JPEGMAFIA as...

Band Lottery: Show Up, Hang Out, Form a Band

Raymond Matthews Staff Writer While UCSB hosts multiple concerts and performances that cater to diverse audiences, if you aren’t a music major or a classically trained...

Isla Vista Artist Spotlight: Oliver Thompson

Kaylan Cholewa Oliver Thompson, a third-year biological anthropology major at UCSB, uses his paintings as a means of letting his hands do the talking. More than...