Friday, November 22nd 2019

Open Mic Night Featuring Transgender Comedian Ian Harvie

Claire Breen Transgender comedian Ian Harvie filled The Hub with laughter on Wednesday, April 6 as part of Pride Week at the University of California,...

UCSB’s REEL LOUD Presents a Film Competition for the Best of the Best

Noe Padilla Incoming News Editor It’s quite a rare opportunity to be able to observe the future talent of cinema all coalesced in one student event....

Spring Dance Concert Showcases Seniors’ Talent

Addison Morris Staff Writer The 2018 Spring Dance Concert titled “Kalopsia: Delusions of Beauty” played in UCSB’s Hatlen Theater from April 12-14. Assistant Professor Brandon Whited...

Teddy Macker’s Debut Poetry Collection ‘This World’: A Modern Classic

Kristie Chairil Photo courtesy of Teddy Macker University of California, Santa Barbara College of Creative Studies lecturer Teddy Macker’s debut poetic volume, This World, strips our...

Battle of the DJs Announces T-Fresh as the Winner

Lexi Weyrick Staff Writer Photos by Lorenzo Basilio, Staff Photographer, and Benjamin Hurst, Staff Photographer For the first time ever, on Tuesday, Feb. 18, and Wednesday, Feb.19,...

Thanks to the RIAA, Going Platinum is the New Black

Teni Adedeji Can you remember the last time you bought a song, or better yet, an entire album? Possibly not for a while. Apps like...

Third Gauchella is a Valley of Music and Arts

Léna García Coachella weekend five continued this past Saturday, May 3, as VocalMotion--University of California, Santa Barbara’s one and only all-female a cappella group--hosted its...

Popular Poets Use Work to Contextualize Political Climate

Michael Lin Staff Writer To calm yourself over recent political crises, either grab a bucket of ice cream or pick up your pen for some artistic...

World-Renowned Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra Returns to Santa Barbara

Neha Pearce Photos by Mark Brocher, Staff Photographer After two years, the University of California, Santa Barbara's Arts & Lectures brought the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra back...

Ventura Lantern Street Festival Leaves Something to be Desired

Daniel Solors On Sunday, Feb. 17, Ventura held its lantern street festival. The event cost $35 for admittance and included one decorative lantern to display...