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The Talented Ones

The Talented Ones

Yussef El Guindi’s “The Talented Ones” premiered Thursday night. This show was brought to the Hatlen stage by LAUNCH PAD, a program through which playwrights come to UCSB to create…

In Loving Memory of Lita Stone

In Loving Memory of Lita Stone

This year, our campus and the Nexus suffered a tragic loss with the passing of Artsweek writer and CCS literature student Lalita Stone. I did not know Lita well outside…

Reel Loud 2015 Suffers from Poor Planning

Reel Loud 2015 Suffers from Poor Planning

Any student-coordinated event that exists outside the realm of the two hour SRB multipurpose room shindig is something that deserves applause. When a group of college kids get together and…

‘Catalyst’ Art Fest Draws 900 to Food Co-op

‘Catalyst’ Art Fest Draws 900 to Food Co-op

The Catalyst Contemporary  Literary Arts Magazine curated yet another beautiful music and art fest this Tuesday at the I.V. Food Co-op. Becoming increasingly popular for their joyful celebration of I.V.…

MCC Hosts Open Mic Night to Honor the Victims of May 23rd

MCC Hosts Open Mic Night to Honor the Victims of May 23rd

If you didn’t stop by Crushcakes on Thursday evening, you definitely missed out on some sweet treats, and I’m not just talking about cupcakes. The MultiCultural Center hosted its quarterly…

Chromeo and The Glitch Mob to Infest SB Bowl with Electro-Funk

Chromeo and The Glitch Mob to Infest SB Bowl with Electro-Funk

Funk lords Chromeo are taking last year’s successful “Funk on the Rocks” show on tour — this time, in addition to Denver’s Red Rocks Amphitheater, they’ll hit several of the…

Robert Plant & The Santa Barbara Bowl Shifters

Robert Plant & The Santa Barbara Bowl Shifters

Bring us that low-strumming guitar, the solid percussive drum beat, the humming bass and the electric switches and mixes. This upcoming weekend, on May 31, Robert Plant, legendary rock icon,…

Ecological Storytelling Screens Miyazaki Classic: “Nausicaä of Valley of the Wind”

Ecological Storytelling Screens Miyazaki Classic: “Nausicaä of Valley of the Wind”

Graduate student Jeremy Chow from UCSB’s English department hosted the screening of the animated film “Nausicaä of Valley of the Wind” on Friday in South Hall room 2635. This spectacular…