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Tuesday, January 19th 2021

At Home Movie Screening: The Death of Theater and the Birth of Digital Spectacle

Ethan Yu Staff Writer “The spectator’s consciousness, imprisoned in a flattened universe, bound by the screen...

The Uncertain Future of Movie Releases After COVID-19

Katelin GodboldContributing Writer The way that audiences enjoy movies has been rapidly changing in the past 20 years. Methods...

Meet Sage Avalon: UCSB Student and Indie Pop Music Producer

Sheila TranSenior Copy Editor, Arts & Entertainment Editor When Sage Avalon moved into San Rafael Hall this past fall,...

Kahlil Almustafa Performs Spoken Word Through Virtual MultiCultural Center Event

Ethan YuStaff Writer On Friday, May 1, the UCSB MultiCultural Center (MCC) hosted a live spoken word performance by...

“Slay the Dragon” Sheds Light on a Monster of a Problem

Ben Fiorica Contributing Writer “Slay the Dragon” is a political documentary that focuses on gerrymandering in the...

AD&A Museum Exhibits “Human Minds and Migrations” to Shift Global Perspectives

Richard PhamContributing Writer The act of moving from point A to point B can seem trivial and not worth...

UCSB MultiCultural Center Hosts “Self Determination and Resistance Through Hip-Hop” Workshop

Lauren LunaStaff Writer UCSB’s MultiCultural Center (MCC) has continued to provide students with diverse voices of empowerment and...

“All in My Family” Highlights the LGBT+ Asian American Experience

Ethan YuContributing Writer Last Wednesday, April 15, the UCSB MultiCultural Center (MCC) hosted its weekly “Cup of Culture” movie...

How Local Isla Vista Bands are Surviving the Pandemic

Maile Buckman Contributing Writer Anyone who has lived in Isla Vista (I.V.) knows that the local music scene...

“13th” Highlights the Cold Reality of Black America

Ethan YuContributing Writer Last Wednesday, April 8, the UC Santa Barbara (UCSB) MultiCultural Center (MCC) hosted its quarterly...