Friday, April 28, 2017

VENUS: All Women’s Art Exhibit in La Bodega Gallery

March is not only distinguished by the resurrection of Shamrock Shakes and deceptively hollow chocolate bunnies, but is the page on your calendar graced by Women’s History Month. Riding on the current number-one small-talk...

Slay, Play or Stay

When your roommate has been talking about their latest rave with inexhaustible enthusiasm for the past month, but your mother keeps reminding you that those girls died at the Pomona Fairplex festival last year, deciding...

Raves 101

We all probably know at least one person who has come back from a rave, gushing about how nice the people were and the way the lights and music “took them to a higher...

“The Book of Mormon” Is Coming to San Diego

After conquering the stages of Broadway, London and Melbourne, setting the record in ticket sales of legendary Eugene O'Neill Theatre, winning multiple Tony Awards and a Grammy Award for Best Musical Theater Album, the...

Parkeology at Balboa Park

The iconicism of Balboa Park is no stranger to the native San Diegan, but even the most seasoned locals are typically unaware of Balboa’s unspoken treasures and uncovered spaces. Kate Clark, the head curator...

Friends On-Campus Resale Shop

It’s easy to get lost in a sea of midterms, papers and final exams and forget that UCSD is actually kind of cool. There are many unique on-campus resources and stores that students easily...

Best of San Diego 2016

As Heidi Klum most famously iterates: In fashion, one day you’re in and the next, you’re out. There can only be one true winner — especially in our capitalist market economy — and this...

Ed Ruscha: Then and Now at MCASD

Satiate your pop art taste buds with curated works from Ed Ruscha at the Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego. The exhibit, Ed Ruscha Then & Now: Paintings from the 1960s and 2000s, opens...

The Writer on the Go: The New Writing Series

A venue for well-established writers or up-and-coming writers, the New Writing Series is an endeavor pioneered by the Literature Department in conjunction with the Division of Arts and Humanities for poets, playwrights, novelists, artists...

Janurary Caffeine Digest

Caffeine Crawl SD January 22-24, 2016 Water may be the source of all life, but coffee is what makes living worthwhile. Arguably, booze comes at a close second, but at least coffee keeps humanity relatively conscious....

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The Office of the California State Auditor released a report today finding that the University of California Office of the President has been mismanaging...

Film Review: “Cézanne and I”

Perhaps anything really lovely is never left without the concomitant boringness poachers of beauty train themselves to withstand. Placed squarely before beauty’s blushing face,...

Panelists Discuss History between Dalai Lama and China

Prospect Journal of International Affairs, a student-run publication, hosted “Context of the Controversy: The Dalai Lama” on April 18 in the Multipurpose Room. The...