Sunday, February 26th 2017

Linus Li Staff Writer As University of California, Santa Barbara students realize the approach of Presidents’ Day weekend, many are thinking about going home to visit...

Jeremy Levine Copy Editor Sweet Alley, the only location that has sold frozen yogurt in Isla Vista over the past six years, has quietly changed owners....

Ethan Jones In recent months, crowds of sign wielding protesters gathering and chanting around Storke Plaza and in other parts of campus has become a familiar...

Linus Li Staff Writer As midterms slowly kick in, students flood the hallways of different buildings hoping to get their many questions answered by professors and...

Jack Alegre Staff Writer Did your social conscience just awaken? Do you want to vent your frustration towards the system and join forces with your sisters...

Quincy Lee Science & Tech Editor What compels us to turn through 500 pages of a novel? To sit through the plot-twists, agonizing events, cliff-hangers and...

Tanner Walker Staff Writer The Club and Guest House at UCSB held its grand opening Jan. 31 to celebrate the completion of a major renovation and...

Jennica Martin Staff Writer Last Monday, UCSB’s Arts & Lectures hosted Maya Lin, most famously—or perhaps infamously—known for designing the Vietnam War Memorial in Washington D.C....

Morgan Bubson Walking into the conference room of the Women’s Resource Center, the audience of a support event for survivors of stalking was packed with lots...

Jack Shea The University of California, Santa Barbara started off 2017 with teach-ins that intended to allow and empower students to learn about systems of...