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Don’t be Hard-Headed: Wear Your Helmet

Spencer Wu Copy Editor Ever notice that most University of California, Santa Barbara bikers violate California law by not wearing a helmet? Though helmets do significantly...

Cat Therapy SB Offers the Purrr-fect Chance to Unwind

Skyler Melnick “Are you a cat or a dog person?” This is the ultimate, divisive, and eternal question. For dog people, UCSB has its much-anticipated Dog...

Fantastic Films Surprise at UCSB’s Reel Loud Silent Film Festival

Jennica Martin Staff Writer Last Friday, hundreds of people gathered at Campbell Hall to watch the 26th Annual Reel Loud Silent Film Festival. This festival brings...

Even Presidents Should Have Limits

Arturo Samaniego National Beat Reporter How much classified information should a president be allowed to disclose with foreign nations? This has become a legitimate question after...

Twin Peaks Returns Unique As Ever

Miles Bishop As much as the term “spectacle” gets attached to undeserving events, no better word describes the two-part Season 3 premiere and accompanying streams...

Brian Wilson Takes Santa Barbara to the Beach

Rebecca Lauffenburger Arts & Entertainment Editor Last year marked the 50th anniversary of the monumental Beach Boys album “Pet Sounds,” one of the most influential albums...

UCSB to Drop Nike as Athletics Sponsor

Jackie Caldwell Staff Writer In 2016, Forbes Magazine ranked Nike as the world’s most valuable sports brand, but that doesn’t exempt the corporation from the University...

BSU and KCSB Celebrate Music from Across the Black Diaspora

Kris Buranasombati The Black Student Union, in association with the campus radio station KCSB, hosted a concert entitled "(93)106 & Park" at Storke Plaza at...

Drones: A Nuisance or an Advancement?

Jackie Caldwell When you hear the word “drone,” what comes to mind? The remote-controlled camera-carriers from Best Buy? The way your high school physics teacher...

Community Responds to Increased Sexual Assaults in I.V.

Shomik Mukherjee News Editor Students and Isla Vista residents raised alarm about safety in I.V. at the May 30 I.V. Community Services District meeting, following a...