Thursday, April 18th 2019

Gaucho Alumnus Produces Totally Rad Podcast by Nick West

A new type of content distribution known as podcasting has been around for a couple of years now and is growing with increasing support...

Famed Photographer Visits Campbell Hall by Gina Pollack

Two women embrace in a field of grass. A daughter sits on the lap of her mother, who faces the camera, eyes closed,...

Perfect Solution to Your Dining Dilemma: Eclectic IV by Alexander Day

On first impression, Isla Vista is a pure college town; Storke Tower looms over it and students are the majority of the population, at...

Beautiful Noise: Experiments at BIKO by Celeste Phillips

The three cymbals dance together to the tones of the mellow saxophone. The cowbells sing each time the mallet strikes them. And as the...

Masekela Jazzes Up UCSB by AJ Block

The UCSB Arts and Lectures jazz series usually brings at least one big name artist or group to UCSB every quarter. In Fall Quarter...

Unlikely Duo Blends National Issues by Darwin Bondgraham

Trent Reznor and Saul Williams seem at first glance an unlikely duo. Most of Reznor’s oeuvre consists of highly introspective albums filled with angry...

One Woman Show Sheds Light On Serious Issues by Tracy Bueno

Writer/ performer Kristina Wong shed light on serious issues surrounding Asian-American women but with a sense of humor in her show, “Wong Flew Over...

Ron Paris Talks Soul And Social Justice at MCC by Rayma Montero

On Tuesday February 5, about 25 students had the privilege of watching soul singer and activist Ron Paris present a lecture-performance in the Multicultural...

A Monstrous Must-See by Emilia Dellemonico

I walked into the movie theater with as many expectations about this mysterious, highly anticipated movie as most monster movie fans, but had no...

All Aboard the Darjeeling by Jennifer Kimbell

Wes Anderson reinforced himself as one of the most brilliant American cinematic masterminds with his latest film, The Darjeeling Limited, which screened at IV...