Thursday, April 27th 2017
Shomik Mukherjee Executive Managing Editor For the third time in four school years, the organization Students for Justice in Palestine has sponsored a resolution calling for the Associated Students Senate to divest from companies that allegedly “profit from human rights violations”...
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SRzkibSEtac See what's freshly available right on campus, check out AS Candidates before you vote on GOLD and meet Joseph Incandela, a former Physics Professor and current Interim Vice Chancellor of Research here at UCSB.
Karen Ha Far right radio show host and Youtube comment section come to life Alex Jones has been entangled in a custody battle with his ex-wife over their three children. He is known for interviewing the current president during the...
Ameen Hussaini When I was 14 years old, I crashed my sister’s first car and almost totaled it, causing $11,000 worth of damage. I hopped in the driver’s seat and put the car in gear as a joke, while my...
Jennica Martin Staff Writer At first glance, “Free Fire” seems like a typical shoot-em-up action thriller with over-the-top characters and witty one-liners. And it is. But somehow, this film managed to make a typical action thriller clever, funny, and much more...
Skyler Melnick Do you find yourself constantly seeking out flower meadows in search of the perfect Instagram picture? Do you ever walk across campus, look up from your device, and feel astonished by the breathtaking plant life surrounding you? Well...
Shomik Mukherjee Executive Managing Editor “Not Alone” proclaimed a cut-out arrangement of red fabric laying on the ground at Storke Plaza on Tuesday. The artwork was one of many expressions decorating the Monument Quilt, which represented the words of sexual assault...
Arturo Samaniego Staff Writer If you were one of many Friday night partygoers dazzled by card tricks from a magician not too long ago, you're not alone. Recently, University of California, Santa Barbara student Travis Kim saw some fame on the...
Lauren Marnel Shores On Earth Day, a crowd of 4,000 gathered downtown as the Santa Barbara community showed their support during the Santa Barbara March for Science. The event acted as a sister march for the one taking place in...