Tuesday, December 10th 2019

Searching For The Best Iced Latte in Isla Vista

Linda Chong Copy Editor Coffee can easily be the highlight of your day. It’s just a matter of where to go. That’s where I come in....

Seoul’d Out: Where K-Pop Becomes Community at UCSB

Sheila Tran Senior Copy Editor A visit to a Seoul’d Out meeting will reveal an unusual sight among most campus clubs at this time of the...

Santa Barbara’s Museum of Natural History Commemorates Chumash Culture

Edward Colmenares Isla Vista Beat Reporter Native Heritage Month is every November, and the month commemorates the rich indigenous culture of both the past and contemporary...

Sizzling Lunch: The New Hot Spot in I.V.

Linda Chong Copy Editor As you walk towards Amazon to pick up the cotton swabs you ordered, you notice the bustling scene next door. Inside you...

Psychic Patti Negri’s Powerful Point at the Hub

Lauren Luna Contributing Writer A haunting cadence of vowels echoed through the Hub last Wednesday night. As the air grew colder in the room, it was...

Searching for the Perfect Açaí Bowl in Isla Vista

Wenxuan Zhang Contributing Writer When it comes to taste and healthiness, compromise may seem inevitable in the search for a satisfying snack. Luckily, açaí bowls provide...

Campus Point Coffee Brings Quality Drinks to Isla Vista

Nicole Luu Contributing Writer Campus Point Coffee recently opened on 6560 Pardall Rd. in place of Coffee Collaborative. Moderately priced and well-decorated, the new shop has...

Let’s Honor the Indigenous

Edward Colmenares Contributing Writer Oct. 14, 2019 marked Indigenous Peoples’ Day, a holiday where Native American culture is formally recognized and celebrated. Indigenous Peoples’ Day, founded in...

Newness Advice from New Faculty

Alondra Sierra Features Editor   Navigating new spaces and beginnings, much like the start of fall quarter, can be a daunting exploration or a thrilling opportunity for...

A Look Into The Isla Vista Food Co-op

Arturo Samaniego Managing Editor Over the decades Isla Vista has seen many changes, but a familiar sight to past and present residents of the community is...