“Star Trek” and “Boston Legal” fans alike gathered Friday night at the Arlington Theatre to see William Shatner perform his one-man Broadway show: “Shatner’s World: We Just Live In It.” Shatner goes where no man has gone before, taking the stage in Santa Barbara and electrifying a crowd of Trekkies [...]
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A newly offered senior capstone course at UCSB titled “Uncertainty Experiences Among Undocumented Immigrants in Santa Barbara County” explores the struggles implicit in the constant uncertainty experienced by undocumented immigrants in the Santa Barbara area. Taught by communication professor Walid Afifi, the class is a collaboration with organizations such as [...]
The increasing popularity of skateboarding in Goleta, along with the efforts of the Goleta Skateboarding Movement, have led to the proposed design of a tempo- rary skate park in the city, which will become permanent if the structure generates enough interest. Formed in 2012, Goleta Skateboarding Movement is a nonprofit [...]
UCSB Magic Lantern Films presented a screening of the romantic drama “The Perks of Being a Wallflower” last Friday at Isla Vista Theater, allowing student questions to be answered by the book’s author, screenwriter and director — Stephen Chbosky — during a Q&A session after the film. “The Perks of [...]
Chicano studies professor Gerardo Aldana will host a lecture on the common errors and misinterpretations surrounding Mayan proposals of apocalypse tonight at the University Club. “The Mayan Apocalypse of 2012: A Perfect Storm of Misinformation” will begin at 5 p.m. and explore numerous misperceptions regarding Mayan prophecies that predict an [...]