Tuesday, June 18th 2019

Buzzfeed’s Niki Ang and Jen Ruggirello Speak for Pride Week

Joanne Rhee Web Director It’s not everyday that more than 100 students excitedly cram into the Multicultural Center on a school night. However, this wasn’t just...

Could the Gauchos Become the Mapaches?

Lauren Marnel Shores Campus Beat Reporter On April 13, the Students for Mascot Change will host a town hall meeting to discuss the possibility of retiring...

Lack of Gaucho Football Isn’t a Matter of Principle; It’s a Matter of Price

Matt Mersel Staff Writer Two weeks ago, the San Francisco 49ers trumped the Atlanta Falcons to move on to the Super Bowl for the first time...

20th Annual VCN Explores Perceptions Of Home Among Vietnamese Immigrants

Dana Dela Cruz What is home? What is a homeland? Is it a place, a person, a memory? How do you make a home out...

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Carmiya Baskin Staff Writer Each quarter, college students face the daunting task of choosing their classes. Whether they are searching for courses to fill general education...

Pandia Health: Improving Women’s Lives Through Accessible Birth Control

Carmiya Baskin Staff Writer According to the National Campaign to Prevent Teen and Unplanned Pregnancy, more than 19 million women in the U.S. aged 13 to...

All About Summer Sessions at UCSB

Annie Huang Staff Writer For students interested in earning course credit more efficiently here at UC Santa Barbara, summer sessions may be an appropriate choice. The...

Gauchos Sweep Dirtbags, Stay on Top in the Big West

Jacob Wong Sports Editor The UC Santa Barbara baseball team, ranked Number Seven, extended toward its current nine-game winning streak with a dominant three-game sweep over...

Taiwanese American Student Association Hosts 14th Annual Night Market

Annie Huang Staff Writer On Friday, Apr. 26, UC Santa Barbara’s Taiwanese American Student Association (TASA) held its fourteenth annual night market in Storke Plaza. Invoking...

Maya Lin: An Artist, an Architect, and an Activist

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....