Tuesday, December 10th 2019

The BasedGod ‘Blesses’ UCSB

Julian Levy Staff Writer Photos by Margarita Baliyan, Staff Photographer Lil B is what happens when the defunct Bay Area Hyphy movement is exhumed, reanimated, and “swagged...

Visionary Film “Get Out” Spins a Tale of Thought-Provoking, Racially Motivated Horror

Emmanuel Alcantar Staff Writer It would be easy to believe, when Get Out begins, that it will be a parody of horror films. It makes sense....

Café Equilibrium: The New Crepes In Town

Want a crepe that will have you wanting more?

Macklemore Sings of Resilience in ‘Wednesday Morning’

Spencer Wu Staff Writer Always known as someone who pushes the liberal agenda on issues such as gay marriage and the Black Lives Matter movement, hip-hop...

UCSB Reads: Reviewing “Into the Beautiful North”

Jack Shea 2017: a time of bleak hope for many people. Enter “Into the Beautiful North,” a book that opens up the reader to challenging...

“The Maze Runner” Finale Gets Lost in The Action

Addison Morris “The Death Cure,” the delayed final installment to the popular “The Maze Runner” trilogy, premiered in theaters Thursday, January 25. Reuniting a familiar...

Bon Iver Gets Cryptic, Introspective on “22, A Million”

Rebecca Lauffenburger Friday, September 30th saw the release of 22, A Million, indie folk band Bon Iver’s newest and most cryptic album yet. Justin Vernon,...

TLC’s Paul McKenna Can’t Make You Thin by Lynnea Dally

I was watching TLC the other day when I stumbled upon the show “I Can Make You Thin.” With nothing else on, I resolved...

Not Your Daddy’s Daft Punk: ‘Random Access Memories’ and the New EDM

Matt Mersel Staff Writer The boys are back, and boy, is it good to see them again. Legendary electronic duo Daft Punk has finally returned with...

Famed Economist to Give Lecture at Corwin Pavilion by Claire Wei

Robert J. Schiller, a well-known economist and professor of finance at Yale University, will be present his lecture, "Animal Spirits: How Human Psychology Drives...