Wednesday, January 23rd 2019

LA Times Food Critic Jonathan Gold Comes to UCSB

Victoria Penate As the lights in the Old Little Theater finished dimming in preparation for “City of Gold” to begin, Pulitzer Prize-winning food critic Jonathan...

Princeton Sociologist Talks Housing and Poverty at Campbell Hall

Gwendolyn Wu Editor-in-Chief “Poverty reduces people born for big things,” Princeton sociologist Matthew Desmond lectured to a packed room, filled primarily with an older Santa Barbara...

UCSB Students Celebrate Lunar New Year in Many Ways

Ziqiang Zhao Staff Writer As the most important festival in many Asian countries, the Lunar New Year is celebrated the world over. People in countries such...

Pokémon GO Mania Remains Over a Year and a Half After the Game’s Release

Josh Webb If you walk around Isla Vista, you might see any number of people stopped in the middle of the sidewalk, heads cocked in...

Gauchos for Recovery Helping Students Voluntarily Stay Sober

Nicholas Torrano Gauchos for Recovery is a collegiate alcohol and drug recovery support group that provides a safe and wholesome space for both frequent members...

An Incredibly Romantic Valentine’s Day Guide for UCSB Students

Anais Tournier With Valentine's Day just around the corner, some Gauchos are struggling to make firm plans for the holiday. Here are a few date...

Daze of Justice Confronts Healing After Genocide in an MCC Film Screening

Eileen Taing Under the Khmer Rouge regime, Cambodia suffered a period of terror and genocide. Forty years later, the wounds still run deep. For many...

Zesty Memes Spice up UCSB

Nkechi Ikem Staff Writer UCSB Zesty Meme Cuisine for Horny Teens represents an interesting shift happening among students given that, historically, the UCSB campus has not...

More Than a Taste of the Middle East at the MERC

Ziqiang Zhao Staff Writer Tea plays an important role in many cultures because it has both a fascinating and refreshing function. Moreover, tea has special medicinal...

Participants Agree at Forum, the #MeToo Movement is Just the Beginning

Cayla Marie Peterson On Thursday, Jan. 25, ten UCSB staff and students sat down in the MultiCultural Center to discuss the effects of the #MeToo...