Selling DOPE: Straight Out of Sundance, Modern-Day Teen Odyssey Makes Its Way to UCSB

A critical hit and audience favorite at the Sundance Film Festival, “DOPE” was seen by some lucky UCSB students who were given a free advanced screening of the film last Thursday. Courtesy of A.S....
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Zion I Shares Wisdom and Feel-Good Music with Velvet Jones

Johnny Cash’s infamous middle-finger photo covered the wall of Velvet Jones, alongside other posters of historical performances. On Friday, Feb. 13, another show went down in history at the esteemed...
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‘Catalyst’ Hits Stride in Launch Party

Greeted by a refreshing, chilly night, hundreds of students and locals gathered in the parking lot of the Isla Vista Food Co-op last December during dead week. The normally asphalt wasteland was trans...
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Black Scholars Hall Reviews K-pop

“K-what? Wait what did you say? Are black people even allowed to listen to that?” These were the frequent responses I got when I asked my hallmates in the black scholars hall about their knowledge...
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Juggling Cushions, Snorkels and Big Macs: Flying Karamazov Brothers Entertain Campbell

It’s a bird! It’s a plane! No, it’s a Karamazov! This high-flying, zany, juggling comedy-troupe graced the stage of Campbell Hall this weekend, turning the mundane lecture hall into nothing I’...
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Bananas, Art and the F-word: Guerilla Girls Come to UCSB

I have never walked into a lecture hall and not been bored by the very thought of it, until last Thursday. “Say the F-word,” was the greeting when I entered the Guerilla Girls presentation, an art...
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