As much fun as it is to use Halloween as an excuse to binge on candy and dress outrageously, I’ve always been a big fan of the creepier side as well. As my way of honoring this, I spent some time asking students around campus what kinds of things scare them.
This November, students can learn more about the history and struggle for gay rights in UC Santa Cruz’s live theater performance “The Normal Heart,” showing Nov. 1-10 in the experimental theater.
After two decades of thematic, multicultural productions, Rainbow Theater will celebrate its highly anticipated 20th anniversary. Student organizers and performers have eagerly prepared to make this year worthwhile.
There are a variety of options when it comes to choosing how to celebrate during the spooky holiday season. While going to a costume party, watching a horror flick indoors and trick-or-treating are all beloved Halloween activities, the Rio Theatre’s Halloweenworld “Come As You Aren’t” festival offers an array of these activities all under one roof.
Through Our Pens and Through Our Lens provides an opportunity for illustrators and photographers to showcase their work with an emphasis on their personal interests.
Students will be able to explore the vast cultures and lands of Asia, from China to the Philippines, all from the comforts of Santa Cruz in celebration of the Pacific Rim Film Festival’s 25th year in Santa Cruz.
Passion ignited from the stage and into the heart and soul of each audience member during dance ensemble Versa-Style’s performance at the Stevenson Event Center on Oct. 12.
The 28th annual Open Studios Art Tour began its first of three weekend-long exhibitions in Santa Cruz on Oct. 5.
The Museum of Art and History (MAH) will partner up with the Santa Cruz Wharf in celebration of its 100th year anniversary, kicking off the centennial season with a community-interactive “pop up museum” beginning Oct. 12.
For many years, people have dedicated their lives to finding the truth — why one exists and why anything matters — in other words, the meaning of life. This coming week of October, students will have the opportunity to learn about one man’s study of the meaning of life.