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USEU and Homies Unidos Screen ‘Hijos de la Guerra’ by Jennarose Manimtim

Editor's Note: This article originally incorrectly stated that the film screening was hosted by Hermanos Unidos. In fact, Homies Unidos, a non-profit gang violence...

Buyepongo Brings Latin Rhythms for Fast Feet

Buyepongo performs at the Multi Cultural Center and University of California, Santa Barbara.

The Authentic ‘Grand Budapest Hotel’ Deserves All of its Nominations

Julius Koch As we await the annual Academy Awards, we also await the inevitability of another questionable winner gracing the stage. The question always becomes,...

Canines Over Felines: Snoop’s ‘Reincarnated’ is Solid, But Can’t Compare

Matt Mersel Staff Writer In case you were unaware, Snoop Dogg isn’t a Dogg anymore. In mid-2012, the famed rapper and weed enthusiast took a vacation...

Superhero Movies Are Developing a More Mature Tone, and They’re Definitely Seeing Success

Christopher Tien Deadpool’s recent success has left audiences wanting more: more violence, more nudity, more profanity and more R-ratings in superhero movies. The newest evidence...

Jorge Castañeda Expresses Views on Immigration at Campbell Hall

Beatriz González Staff Writer Former Secretary of Foreign Affairs of Mexico Jorge Castañeda participated in the inauguration of the Santa Barbara Global Studies Conference and gave his...

Ventura Lantern Street Festival Leaves Something to be Desired

Daniel Solors On Sunday, Feb. 17, Ventura held its lantern street festival. The event cost $35 for admittance and included one decorative lantern to display...

Queer Student Union and Take Back the Night Team Up, March In Unison

Cheyenne Johnson Staff Writer Photo by Caitlin Griffin University of California, Santa Barbara's Queer Student Union and Take Back the Night joined forces on Feb. 1 to march...

Grandeza Mexicana Folk Ballet Company Celebrates Culture and Community

The lively Grandeza Mexicana Folk Ballet Company will be

Joel Meyerowitz Shares Ground Zero Project by Gina Pollack

Award-winning photographer Joel Meyerowitz was quietly taking photographs at his summer home on the morning of September 11, 2001 when he heard news of...