Monday, May 20th 2019

UCSB Students Strike a Pose at Annual Pride Week

Vanessa Su Staff Writer Celebrating UCSB’s ninth annual Pride Week, the Queer Commission at UCSB hosted a variety of events from a student-run fashion show at...

Script to Screen: A Conversation with “Game of Thrones” Episode Director

Noe Padilla With season eight of “Game of Thrones” right around the corner, UCSB gave fans of the series an opportunity to interact with Jeremy...

TroyBoi Brings the Heat with the Warm Up

Vanessa Su Starting off the spring quarter of 2019 with a bang, UCSB’s AS Program Board invited TroyBoi as the main act and JPEGMAFIA as...

Band Lottery: Show Up, Hang Out, Form a Band

Raymond Matthews Staff Writer While UCSB hosts multiple concerts and performances that cater to diverse audiences, if you aren’t a music major or a classically trained...

Isla Vista Artist Spotlight: Oliver Thompson

Kaylan Cholewa Oliver Thompson, a third-year biological anthropology major at UCSB, uses his paintings as a means of letting his hands do the talking. More than...

Zooming in on Annie Leibovitz

Sabrina Bui Staff Writer I wasn’t sure what to expect when I attended a talk with Annie Leibovitz last Thursday, Feb. 28, at the Arlington Theatre...

Snarky Puppy Brings Eclectic Jazz Music to Santa Barbara

Vanessa Su After their Saturday night performance with the Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra, Brooklyn-based band Snarky Puppy stopped by Santa Barbara on Feb. 24 to...

“Hugh Hefner’s After Dark” Screens at Santa Barbara International Film Festival

Sabrina Bui Staff Writer Hugh Hefner is nearly synonymous with Playboy, the controversial magazine that has been a comfort for army service people and lonely souls...

Dreamville’s Bas Puts on Fresh Performance During Milky Way Tour

Spencer Wu Senior Copy Editor Dreamville’s Bas made a stop at Velvet Jones on his Milky Way tour last Friday night. With his latest album release...

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...