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The Vagina Monologues: A New Wave

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There are two things people who plan on watching the Vagina Monologues and HerStories at UCSD should know: one, prepare to hear the word “vagina” more …

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The Loft presents Maarja Nuut: A Contemporary Classic

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As I entered the Loft, the sounds of light clapping and prominent clacks of dress shoes signified I was out of my usual group of peers. …

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SPACES hosts “Masterpiece in Progress: A Night of Poetry and Activism”

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The Student Promoted Access Center for Education and Services, or SPACES, hosted “Masterpiece in Progress: A Night of Poetry and Activism” last Wednesday. The spoken word …

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ASCE Who?

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Sun God and Hullabaloo, two of UCSD’s most popular school-sanctioned events, have recently sparked significant controversy among students about the artists, activities, and recent changes. But …

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Finals Feels: Playlist for 2AM+

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Whether it be walking to Geisel or studying in your room at 2 AM, pre-finals stress can hit you anywhere. This playlist has you covered for …

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San Diego Asian Film Festival brings Taiwan Showcase to UCSD

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Film is a magnificently creative way to share stories from all sorts of perspectives. However, here in the United States, we often limit our view to …

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Pop Minimalism Perfected: SALES Play The Loft

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Indie pop duo SALES returned to The Loft for the second time on November 10. Many indie bands have passed through UCSD, but not many have …

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Where Can Student Art Go?

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In fall of 2013, Graffiti Hall, a landmark once adored by all, closed because it was in the emergency exit of Mandeville Hall and the university …

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A Soulful Start to Fall Quarter: ArtPower Brings Chicano Batman to Campus

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Los Angeles-based quartet Chicano Batman spread their Latin love to an intimate crowd of UCSD students at Art Power’s Celebrate the Arts Day last Friday, September …

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The Triton’s Summer (Almost) Playlist

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You sit beside a pile of textbooks, preparing your research paper about how social organization can sustain a colony of army ants. Outside, you see your …