Students react to the 44th annual Extravaganza lineup reveal

The Associated Students Program Board released the long awaited lineup for this year’s 44th annual Extravaganza concert.
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“Fallout” is an explosion of violence, gore and the power of the human spirit at the end of the world

Amazon Prime’s latest hit, an adaptation of the popular video game franchise of the same name, masterfully balances disaster, comedy, misery and heart all at once.
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SBIFF 2024: Artisans Awards celebrate the artists behind film

The awards were given to artists from fields including composing, song writing, virtual effects, production design, hairstyling/makeup, costume design, editing, cinematography and recording mixing. 
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The Postal Service & Death Cab for Cutie celebrate 20 years of music at Santa Barbara Bowl

The Santa Barbara Bowl was transported back to the 2000s Saturday Oct. 14th to celebrate 20 years of Death Cab for Cutie and The Postal Service’s breakthrough albums, “Transatlanticism” and “G...
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Musical legends Foo Fighters tear through 28 years of music in an electrifying performance

The Santa Barbara Bowl was treated to an incredible performance by the Foo Fighters on Thursday, Sept. 28, in an evening full of jokes, hometown pride and reflection.
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Student’s reaction: UCSB A.S. Program Board announced Extravaganza lineup

UC Santa Barbara’s Associated Students Program Board announced the lineup for this year’s Extravaganza, held this past Sunday on May 21. 
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Acclaimed mother and daughter duo Diane Ladd and Laura Dern charm Campbell Hall

Academy Award-nominated actresses and mother and daughter duo, Diane Ladd and Laura Dern, hosted a conversation to discuss their new book at UC Santa Barbara.
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MCC alberga a la profesora auxiliar de UCLA Ugo Edu para discusión sobre la antropología y el teatro

El Centro MultiCultural de UC Santa Barbara albergó a la profesora auxiliar y antropóloga medicinal Ugo Edu el 13 de febrero para una discusión en línea sobre la antropología y el teatro y sus co...
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UC President Michael V. Drake responds to community concerns on cost of living, diversity and accountability during virtual town hall

The town hall was broadcasted from Drake’s Oakland office on Feb. 24.
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C.O.D.E. hosts community workshop on accessibility and inclusion in community

The workshop sought to “build back communities and organizations by integrating accessibility,” according to Sophia Lee-Park.
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MCC hosts UCLA Assistant Professor Ugo Edu for discussion on anthropology and theater

Edu discussed her research on body modifications and read from the play she wrote on the subject.
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A divisive yet historic night: A recap of the 65th annual Grammys

The 65th Grammy Awards were aired on Sunday, Feb. 5 and were a night of surprising upsets and historic firsts. 
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SBIFF 2023: Women’s Panel hosts 6 Academy Award-nominated panelists

The panelists included director Anne Alvergue, costume designer Ruth Carter, producer Hannah Minghella, director Domee Shi, sound editor Gwendolyn Yates Whittle and costume designer Mary Zophres.
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In Review: Paramore grows up for “This Is Why”

The album is overall a delight — it may disappoint some who are looking to relieve the glory days of 2007 — but it marks an important turning point in the band’s career.
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UCSB Arts & Lectures holds screenings of “Hiding in Plain Sight,” executively produced by Ken Burns

"Hiding in Plain Sight", which is executively produced by Academy Award nominee Ken Burns, aims to shed light on the crisis of mental health among young people in the United States. 
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