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Meet Sage Avalon: UCSB Student and Indie Pop Music Producer

Sheila TranSenior Copy Editor, Arts & Entertainment Editor When Sage Avalon moved into San Rafael Hall this past fall,...

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...

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...

The Perfect Podcasts For Your Quarantined Quarter

Analissa NunezContributing Writer As Gauchos around the world practice social distancing, the amount of free time that some...

How Local Isla Vista Bands are Surviving the Pandemic

Maile Buckman Contributing Writer Anyone who has lived in Isla Vista (I.V.) knows that the local music scene...

UCSB Arts & Lectures Debuts Virtual Programming, Student Ambassador Program

Ladann KlassatContributing Writer One of the most captivating characteristics of the Arts & Lectures (A&L) program at UC...

Um… Magazine Shines Light on Minorities Affected by Consumerism

Lauren LunaStaff Writer Like many on-campus publications at UC Santa Barbara, Um… Magazine announced last Monday that it...

Socially Connected with “Animal Crossing” During Social Distancing

Rick Zhang Contributing Writer “Animal Crossing” has always been a popular game. Yet its latest version, “Animal Crossing: New Horizons,” has broken the three-day Nintendo Switch...

How to Make the Perfect Quarantine Playlist

Celine Pun Contributing Writer COVID-19 has changed Isla Vista from a beach resort to a ghost town. I’m certain other current Isla Vista inhabitants may feel...

“Reconstructing Slippages in Time”: MultiCultural Center Showcases Vietnamese American Photography of Ann Le

Richard Pham Contributing Writer History often feels impersonal and distant. A list of dates and events that supposedly shaped our reality, but history is more than...