Tuesday, November 12th 2019

Roy Blair: A Representative of Teen Angst

Allinta Tadesse Contributing Writer To the delight of many of his fans, A.S. Program Board announced that singer, songwriter, and rapper Roy Blair will be performing...

“She Said”: The Exposé That Sparked a Movement

Raymond Matthews Opinions Editor On Sunday, Oct. 13, UCSB hosted Pulitzer Prize-winning journalists Megan Twohey and Jodi Kantor at Campbell Hall, where they discussed their new...

Day6 Defy Gravity at the Novo

Vanessa Su Arts & Entertainment Editor Wrapping up an impressive world tour for their latest album The Book of Us: Gravity, Korean band Day6 stopped by...

YBN Nahmir Paints the Stage at the Welcome Back Concert

Vanessa Su Arts & Entertainment Editor To wrap up UCSB’s annual festive Week of Welcome, AS Program Board treated UCSB students to a free Welcome Back...

Careless Cub: An Honored Member of the Isla Vista Music Community

Carmiya Baskin Staff Writer  Two hours before they were scheduled to perform at the Student Band Showcase in the Hub, members of the local Isla Vista...

Raíces de mi Tierra Challenges Homophobia and Sexism in a Latinx-Celebrating Showcase

Jeremy Levine Contributing Writer Hispanic dance troupe Raíces de mi Tierra presented their annual showcase at 6 p.m. on May 25 to a packed audience at...

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...

Review: UCSB Performance of “Hair” Was a Political and Artistic Triumph

Jessica Gang Opinions Editor Last Friday, Campbell Hall was transformed into a hotbed of ‘70s counterculture and anti-war protest as it hosted the opening night of...

The World is Alive With “The Sound of Music” Over 50 Years Later

Addison Morris Arts and Entertainment Editor On Saturday, Nov. 3, University of Michigan’s professor of film, television, and media, Caryl Flinn, hosted a Q&A at Pollock...

Tropa Magica Brings Psychedelic Cumbia Punk Music to UCSB

Soraya Lugo Tropa Magica, a psychedelic cumbia punk band who played at Coachella in 2017, visited the Multicultural Center (MCC) on Friday, Oct. 19, filling...