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Tuesday, September 29th 2020

‘Circus Maximus’ Starts Poetry Month Off With A Bang

Josh Goodmacher Staff Writer Local poet and writer David Starkey read from his latest book of poems, “Circus Maximus,” to an intimate gathering of fellow writers...

Meet the Comedians: Improvability Goes to Chi-town

Ivy Kuo Staff writer Improvability, University of California, Santa Barbara’s premiere comedy troupe, performed a House of Cards-themed show to a packed Embarcadero Hall in Isla...

Professor Philip Babcock: Gone but Not Forgotten

Lexi Weyrick Staff Writer Photos by Kat Mozolyuk, Staff Photographer The Department of Economics held the inaugural Philip Babcock Memorial Lecture in Corwin Pavilion on Tuesday, Jan....

Beloved Writer Alexander McCall Smith Illuminates Campbell Hall

Gwendolyn Wu Staff Writer Photo by Ivy Kuo, Staff Photographer Prolific British writer Alexander McCall Smith walked onto the stage of Campbell Hall on Friday, Nov. 14,...

Imla’kesh Organics

Julia Frazer Staff Writer It all began at a house on the 68 block of Del Playa in 2011. The University of California, Santa Barbara students...

Ira Glass Shatters the Norm at the Granada Theater

Jack Shea Staff Writer Raconteur and radio tycoon Ira Glass recounted his favorite lessons from a successful career in broadcast journalism at the Granada Theater in...

UCSB Pep Band Puts the ‘Thunder’ in ‘Thunderdome’

Lilian Kim Just like every other Wednesday, the University of California, Santa Barbara pep band held their weekly rehearsal, conducted by fourth-year history major Charles Cummins, at a room...

‘Fluffy’ Comes to Arlington Theater

Katana Dumont Features Editor You’ve seen him on Comedy Central, decked in one of his signature Hawaiian shirts; you may have caught his various late night...

‘Juvenile-in-Justice’: Professor Richard Ross Presents Harrowing Truths of Youths in Jail

Hector Sanchez Castaneda Photos by Veronica Arvizo, Staff Photographer If you’ve been to the library this past month, you’ve probably come across a set of haunting...

Tangonadas Brings Sunny Flair to Santa Barbara

Jack Shea Staff Writer Sunlight broke through gray clouds on a brisk Sunday afternoon, glistening onto Santa Barbara’s vibrant State Street. Soothing, brisk ocean air replaced...