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Oscar-winning Director ‘Rains’ advice upon ‘Script to Screen’ Series Attendees

Jordan Wolff Staff Writer “I mean, I don’t have any scientific proof of this—that if you make a movie about somebody, they're going to come out...

Famed Economist to Give Lecture at Corwin Pavilion by Claire Wei

Robert J. Schiller, a well-known economist and professor of finance at Yale University, will be present his lecture, "Animal Spirits: How Human Psychology Drives...

UCSB MFA 2012 Exhibition ‘Headgear for Tony’ is Fascinatingly Variable

The opening reception for the UCSB Master of Fine Arts

Foxygen Fuses Decades Past and Present, Shares ‘Peace and Magic’

Giuseppe Ricapito Staff Writer Foxygen’s new album rides a hallucinogenic caravan of 60s influences, modern wit, and collective fantasy. Despite their kaleidoscopic vision for the past,...

The 2012 Singer Songwriter Showcase

Apart from the dubstep and dance music that can be heard blasting all over campus,

January’s Cinematic Vortex

Madison Donahue-Wolfe Staff Writer If box office sales indicate a movie’s merit, year after year those released in January would fail to impress. Indeed, January’s monthly...

Eastwood Goes Out With A Bang in Gran Torino by Alex Congrove

First and foremost, Clint Eastwood is a BAMF. In his third film as a director (High Plains Drifter), he kills three people from a...

How Much Do You Think Foster’s Building Weighs?

If you're of the conventional mindset

Script to Screen: Pollock Theater Screens “A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood”

Wendy Matias Contributing Writer On Saturday, Jan. 11, Pollock Theater screened "A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood" (2019), a film directed by Marielle Heller and centered...

‘First Person: Seeing America’ More a Reminder Than a Lesson

Have you ever wanted to travel back to your high school history class, when your teacher would reserve two sessions just to watch a video about the Dust Bowl, the Civil War or Native American subjugation?