Saturday, December 14th 2019

The Imbalanced Relationship Between Music Festivals and Women Performers

Rebecca Lauffenburger Staff Writer With the onset of Coachella just last month, festival season is officially upon us. From the disastrous Beach Goth 2016, which received...

UCSB’s Extravaganza 2017 Lineup

Stephani Anderson On Wednesday, May 10, UCSB’s Associated Students Program Board officially announced that Schoolboy Q, Tinashe, and GRiZ will be the main artists for...

“13 Reasons Why” Reminds Us to Proceed with Caution

Joanne Rhee Web Director For the past four years, Netflix has slowly and aggressively been rolling out its own original series, making them a decent competitor...

Kendrick Lamar Can’t Escape Compton

Jeremy Levine Copy Editor Kendrick Lamar is the greatest storyteller rap has ever seen. Good Kid M.A.A.D. City’s cinematic coming-of-age story of his childhood in Compton...

“No Le Digas a Nadie” Screening Amplifies Undocumented Voices

Lauren Marnel Shores On Apr. 12, the MultiCultural Center screened “No Le Digas a Nadie” as part of their Cup of Culture film series. The...

The Head and the Heart Play Light, Engrossing Tunes at Arlington Theatre

Spencer Wu Staff Writer On the second leg of 2016-2017’s Signs of Light Tour, The Head and the Heart brought joy, passion, and soulful tunes to...

The More ‘Beauty and the Beast’ Changes, The More It Stays the Same

Emmanuel Alcantar Staff Writer The original animated Beauty and the Beast was one of the only princess films that I did not see as a child....

The Best Obscure Netflix Originals For a Night In

Ramya Ponnambalam There’s no denying Netflix’s immense success. Since its founding in 2007, the company has tripled its revenue to a whopping 9 billion dollars....

“Manchester” Wrings Your Heart Out to Dry

Kaitlyn Tang Kenneth Lonergan’s "Manchester by the Sea" generated a great deal of buzz before it was released, and it certainly met every expectation in...

XXYYXX Rocks The HUB with Fierce, Understated Electronic Music

Paul Tucker Staff Writer Marcel Everett, better known by his stage name of XXYYXX, brought his rhythmic, mellow music to The HUB this past Thursday. The...