Sunday, April 23, 2017

Film Review: “Gifted”

Marc Webb, director of “500 Days of Summer,” excelled with his latest indie drama, “Gifted.” It tells a moving, personal story about the relationship between Mary Adler (McKenna Grace), an intellectually gifted seven-year-old, and...

Film Review: “The Promise”

Taking place in the Ottoman Empire at the start of WWI, “The Promise” centers around Mikael Boghosian (Oscar Isaac), a young Armenian man who aspires to be a doctor. In order to fulfill his...

Book Review: “Free Women, Free Men: Sex, Gender, Feminism”

Like anyone great, Camille Paglia is not for everyone. For the people she is for, she is everything. She is, for a certain type of well-read and out-of-vogue feminist, what Christopher Hitchens was to...

2017 A.S. Election Results Announced, Lesly Figueroa to Be Next President

The A.S. Elections Committee announced the results of the 2017 A.S. and college council elections this evening at Round Table Pizza, after voting officially closed at 4 p.m today. Lesly Figueroa of Students Determined...

Muir Musical Begins Annual Performances

The annual Muir Musical Spring Awakening opened on Saturday night and will continue to perform throughout the week, concluding with a special matinee performance on April 15. The annual student-directed and produced musical theater...

Outback Adventures Surf Shop to Close Its Doors

The UC San Diego Outback Adventures Surf Shop announced last week that it would be shutting down this quarter. The shop has been a campus fixture since 2009. According to shop manager Isaac Brandl, the...

Prospective Students Attend Annual Triton Day

UC San Diego held its annual Triton Day last Saturday for newly admitted students to preview the campus along with their prospective colleges. The day consisted of various events ranging from campus tours, college...

Science! Now in Common Folk Language!

Written by Nadia Link, Lifestyle Columnist THWACK! Cindy shot up, instantly scanning her pitch-black surroundings. The room was too dark to see anything but she knew she wasn’t alone … She tried to focus on...

2017 A.S. Election Voting Guide

The following information is based on candidates' official statements, interviews with the UCSD Guardian and a survey sent out to all candidates by the UCSD Guardian. Blank sections "On the Issues" and "Priorities" sections...

A.S. Election Endorsements

How We Chose The Guardian Editorial Board conducted interviews with all candidates for A.S. President, Vice President of Campus and External Affairs and Campus-wide Senators. Two candidates, Aaron Burgess and Julia Prinzi were not available...

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Thirty-year-old Kay Lyn Williamson has been charged with multiple counts of arson for allegedly setting fire to four of UCSD’s Fairbanks Coffee carts late...

Sleepless in San Diego

How to Get Better Sleep by: Annika Olives, Lifestyle Co-Editor You’re at an impasse. Five coffees in, only half the day is over. You...