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Making history out of rubble

October 1, 2008

By Makena Walsh, Red Pulse WriterBy now, you should all be familiar with Project 337 and the symbolic significance this carries for local art and culture. If you were unable to make it to the exhibition...

The Pulse

October 1, 2008

Summer has wound down, but everything else is winding up. All departments at the U, from English to music to theater, are firing on all cylinders. We're not resting either. In the next few weeks Red Pulse...

The Drop

October 1, 2008

By Kyle Stegerwald, Asst. Red Pulse EditorT.I.Paper TrailWell that's it. T.I.'s up for a year in jail after being busted for packing three (!) unregistered machine guns. It's illegal for an ex-con to even...

The Word

October 1, 2008

By Trevor Hale, Red Pulse EditorCold War KidsOct. 2, 7 p.m.$18In The Venue (549 W. 200 South)California's Cold War Kids attracted the attention of just about every blogger in the country after the release...

Documentary strikes delicate balance

September 24, 2008

By Trevor Hale, Red Pulse EditorThe best heist movies are the ones that make you keep guessing until the very end. They never show all their cards, thus making the ultimate payoff that much better. "Man...

Satire: Death metal band takes responsibility for shooting

September 24, 2008

By Poppius McGee, Red Pulse ContributorA young man named Matti Juhani Saari shot and killed ten of his classmates Tuesday at a vocational school in Kauhajoki, a small town in western Finland. Public outrage...

Rookie fumbles Eagle Eye

September 24, 2008

By Trevor Hale, Red Pulse EditorSteven Spielberg has long been a proponent of making movies with the overarching theme of man battling something. He's done man vs. animal ("Jaws" and "Jurassic Park"),...

The RIAA, music and you

September 24, 2008

By Chase Straight, Red Pulse ContributorPirates are everywhere. They lurk in the dorms, basements and coffee shops. They look just like you and me, and they are making the music world a better place to...

America through the eyes of Zizek

September 24, 2008

By Erik Lopez, Red Pulse ContributorFamed Slovenian philosopher, Slavoj Zizek, who the press has called "the Elvis of cultural history," performed at the Herbst Theatre in San Francisco Sept. 4. In more...

Scandinavian invasion

September 24, 2008

By Christie Franke, Red Pulse ContributorThere is a common saying that visitors (much like fish) stink after three days. This might be true in some cases, but not in the case of spectacular musicians....

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