Saturday, June 24th 2017
Soobin Lee Staff Writer On Friday June 2, the first Isla Vista Open Market of 2017 welcomed shoppers to Little Acorn Park for a fun and relaxing time of community exploration. Curious observers could find students selling a variety of secondhand goods and...
Gwendolyn Wu Editor-in-Chief Recent undercover operations by local law enforcement targeted establishments that serve alcohol in the area. A press release issued June 7 by the Santa Barbara Sheriff’s Office reported that 21 citations were issued to 18 establishments in Isla Vista and...
Tanner Walker Science & Tech Editor Montecito’s water rights became national news after media reports said that Susan Geston, actress and producer, publicly questioned the amount of water that Oprah Winfrey uses at her two properties. “I would love to find out...
Magnolia Meimand Saffarian How would you define yourself without labels? According to spoken word poet Richard Williams, better known as Prince Ea, labels “blind us from seeing a person for who they are” and only let us see “through the...
Katie McClain With the lyrics “I sing what I want to sing,” Alex Giannascoli, who goes by (Sandy) Alex G for his music, encapsulates the courageous motif for his newest project, Rocket. This is an album you have to listen to...
Lauren Marnel Shores Campus Beat Reporter The Associated Students Senate passed a resolution at its final meeting on Wednesday condemning and recommending a boycott of Giovanni’s Pizza, following an incident with students who alleged that the pizzeria racially discriminated against them. After...
Katie McClain Get ready to get “bathed” with electronic beats and self-discovery at an upcoming show this weekend in downtown Santa Barbara. We the Beat, a collective of people attempting to introduce uncharted artists that push the boundaries of pop...
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 increase bike safety, does this mean that helmets should be optional and not required? Most...
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 Therapy Days, and dogs are generally always trotting along on campus and in Isla Vista....
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 a unique take to silent films by having live bands and musicians perform as locally...