Thursday, August 17, 2017

UCSD Presents First “MENding Monologues” Production

The power of the theater as a space for uplifting unheard voices, creating productive dialogues and teaching and healing has been touted by playwrights and actors across many times and places. Lin-Manuel Miranda, creator...

Moving Out and Moving On

compiled by Lifestyle Staff It’s that time of year where Housing Dining Hospitality is ending the one or two-year residential agreements, effectively kicking you out into the cold reality of apartment contracts and paid Wi-Fi....

Film Review: “Baywatch”

Seth Gordon (“Horrible Bosses”) has resuscitated the long-expired hit TV series “Baywatch.” Unfortunately, neither he nor anyone on his team is able to breathe new life into this shallow summer blockbuster. Sensational images of...

TV Review: “Riverdale” (Season 1)

One thing is made clear from the moment the pilot episode begins: “Riverdale” is not your grandfather’s Archie Comics. As Cole Sprouse narrates in the beginning of the series, “Riverdale” is a story about...

Can We Leave NBA Superteams Alone?

As of Sunday, May 21, the Golden State Warriors are 3–0 against the San Antonio Spurs, and the Cleveland Cavaliers are 2–0 against the Boston Celtics. Barring some sort of divine intervention, both the...

Can We Bring Competition Back To The NBA?

Why do we watch sports? Is it for the love of the game? Yes. Is it to watch players who devote their entire lives to the sport get to realize their dream? Yes. And...

Film Review: “Alien: Covenant”

Horror films often require incompetence as a fundamental flaw that allows the story to progress in the proper direction. This isn’t necessarily a criticism; interesting character development is best for imperfect individuals. Incompetence highlights...

Baseball Drops CCAA Championship Finale to Chico State, Qualifies for NCAA Regional Match

The UC San Diego baseball team traveled up north to Stockton, California midweek to start its California Collegiate Athletic Association championship run. At the end of the weekend it was the two heavyweights from...

Women’s Rowing Await Championship Selections after Dad Vail Regatta

The UC San Diego women’s rowing team competed in the Dad Vail Regatta on Friday, May 12 and Saturday, May 13. On Friday, the Varsity Eight crew placed second in its heat, finishing with...

Track and Field Gives Final Push to Qualify for NCAA Championship

Members of the UC San Diego track and field team competed at the All On the Line Qualifier at Santa Barbara’s Westmont College this past weekend for a last-chance attempt at qualifying for the...