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Saturday, July 11th 2020

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...

Alina Baraz Returns to the R&B Scene With “It Was Divine”

Jessica Gang Executive Content Editor “We are who we are because of love,”  Alina Baraz...

Lil Uzi Vert Showcases His Best Strengths on “Eternal Atake”

Andrew HernandezInvestigative Beat Reporter The long and exhaustive two years leading up to the release of Lil Uzi...

Fiona Apple’s Modern Classic, Eight Years in the Making: “Fetch the Bolt Cutters”

Aaron HosseiniContributing Writer Some of the most profound artistic statements need not rely on striving to embrace grandiosity...

Rina Sawayama is Pop’s Past, Present, and Future

Michelle Dalarossa Contributing Writer Pop is a genre that is constantly changing, subject to the caprices of the masses...

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...

“The Whistlers” Doesn’t Blow, But it Doesn’t Shine Either

Ben Fiorica Contributing Writer This review contains minor spoilers for “The Whistlers.” While you likely...

“Haikyuu!! To the Top” is a Battle of Ideologies

Serena Bun Contributing Writer This article contains major spoilers for “Haikyuu!! To the Top.” Japanese...