Similar to the great William Hung, the former UC Berkeley student who serenaded us with his illustrious voice and smooth-like-butter dance moves on “American Idol” eight years ago, Kappa Alpha frat boy Kyle Crews hit the “Idol” stage to again rep Berk-town and dumbfound the judges – in a slightly different manner. After apparently singing much less crappy then he looked read more »


If you have time and money to spare for excessive indulgences like the theatre, we have two words for you, and they are not nice. But really, we’re jealous and will just have to live vicariously should you choose to hit up any of the following:

We heard about “The Great Game: Afghanistan” sometime last week, and it’s since received consistently positive reviews for its expansive, three-part portrayal read more »

The panel consisted of a former tabloid editor, the wife of a washed up heavy metal vocalist and Howie f*cking Mandel. Facing these brutal judges, UC Berkeley’s own a capella group Noteworthy delivered a rendition of Lady Gaga’s “Poker Face” (their dismal performance/rejection begins just past the 4 minute mark!).

With these choice words, Berkeley’s representation on America’s Got Talent, Season 5, was dismissed: “Given that the name of the show is not ‘America’s got annoying little read more »