Announcement of “Deltopia” Film Is Met With Community Backlash

The opinions of actual UC Santa Barbara students and I.V. community members have undermined the directors’ “as honest as possible” approach.
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In Review: Tyler, The Creator Has No Problem Finding Himself on “CALL ME IF YOU GET LOST”

On his sixth studio album, Tyler manages to strike a balance and does so with self-assurance.
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Extravaganza 2021: UCSB Welcomes Comedian Hasan Minhaj

Minhaj brought his witty spirit as he discussed representation in the media industry, encouraged students to bet on themselves and started a riveting discourse on Oprah Winfrey.
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SBIFF 2021: Four Filmmakers Win The Outstanding Directors Of The Year Award

The award ceremony celebrated four filmmakers who “pushed the boundaries in their storytelling and created films that showcase the art of filmmaking at its best.”
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Santa Barbara Band Trout Club on Making Music in the Pandemic

With a recently released music video and a new album in the works, not even the defining health crisis of our time has stopped these artists from dedicating themselves to their music. 
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UCSB Arts and Lectures Presents: Yo-Yo Ma and Kathryn Stott

The renowned Ma and Stott by no means need to prove themselves, yet every performance demonstrates their musical capabilities and their ability to work in tandem together. 
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In Review: “Sin Miedo (del Amor y Otros Demonios) ∞” By Kali Uchis

Uchis not only proves her artistic creativity and her ability to blend genres but also successfully embraces and highlights her Colombian roots in defiance of criticism.
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A.S. Program Board Presents: Music and Meditation with Raveena

Last Thursday, A.S. Program Board virtually hosted up-and-coming R&B singer Raveena as she led viewers in a guided meditation followed by a live musical performance and Q&A.  
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Argument in the Office: Is Zoom Participation a Burden or an Opportunity?

Marisol Cruz and Kenneth Moody discuss the drawbacks and benefits of online learning, the new normal for college students everywhere.
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The American People Lost in the Presidential Debates

Marisol Cruz talks about this year's presidential debates and explains why the American people were the biggest loser.
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