Outgoing Daily Nexus Editor in Chief Carissa Quiambao says farewell.
Austrian mountaineer Gerlinde Kaltenbrunner, the world’s first woman to climb all fourteen 8,000 meter mountain peaks without the use of supplementary oxygen, spoke at Campbell Hall Tuesday night about her 8,611 meter trek up K2, the second highest mountain in the world.
This year’s Lucidity arts and music festival was nothing short of magic. From offering live instrumental music and electronic bass music to unbelievably beautiful art installations and stunning dance and theater performances to healing and growing workshops and more, this past weekend’s three-day arts and music festival did not disappoint. Held in Santa Barbara’s own […]
Last Thursday’s pop-up concert series, Pop-Off, by RedEye Presents brought masked musical mastermind Slow Magic to the stage. The progressive electronic music artist is known for his dreamy and celestial sound, his phenomenal, climactic drumming and an unforgettably iconic electroluminescent mask. While Slow Magic prefers to keep his identity under wraps, it’s no secret that […]
Looking to get weird this weekend? Look no further. This Saturday at the Shrine Auditorium & Expo Hall in L.A., world fusion and electronic music group Beats Antique will be headlining the last leg of their Creature Carnival Tour, said to include “breathtaking performances, improvisational serendipity, audience participation, and tons more surprises to come,” according […]
Out-of-towners crowdin’ your lawns? Headache-inducing floodlights ruinin’ your buzz? No-music ordinances killin’ your vibe? No way! Come join the many faces of Yang in the Thunderdome on Halloween instead of possibly touching the police-dominated horses. Get your ticket for Yang the Giant at the A.S. ticket office for $5 with Access card. Doors open […]
“Love Shouldn’t Hurt,” a series of events organized for this week’s ongoing Domestic Violence Awareness Week, began on Monday and continues onto Friday with presentations and activities inviting students to explore issues surrounding domestic violence.
In a coroner’s report provided to the Daily Nexus through a Public Records Act request, an autopsy revealed that former second-year double major in philosophy and language Sierra Markee-Winkler sustained injuries consistent with falling from a cliff, such as a broken neck, on May 4, 2014, the night she died.
University of California President Janet Napolitano announced the UC Global Food Initiative last Tuesday, an initiative that aims to unite various efforts and resources across the UC system to address the world’s global food crisis.
Last week, the California Senate Public Safety Committee passed AB 1014, a gun violence restraining order bill allowing for the temporary removal of firearms from individuals considered at risk for committing acts of violence.