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Monday, September 21st 2020

Starting a Successful Protest in Six Simple Steps

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...

How COVID-19 is Affecting Isla Vista’s Beloved IV Deli Mart

Sheila TranArts & Entertainment Editor, Senior Copy Editor As one of Isla Vista’s flagship eateries, IV Deli Mart is usually packed on weekend nights. On...

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....

Bikes for Days, or Years?

Bailee Abell Executive Content Editor Photo Courtesy of Priority Bicycles The University of California, Santa Barbara may be a research university, but pre-med students aren’t the only...

Course Spotlight: Civics in the Time of a Pandemic

Alice SymingtonContributing Writer When the UC Santa Barbara (UCSB) community received the news that classes would be moved remotely,...

Five Questions With an Extremely Busy Person

Jordan Wolff Staff Writer As active college students at the University of California, Santa Barbara, it seems like life just keeps getting busier and busier. It’s...

Dusting off the UCSB Cylinder Audio Archives

Sheila Tran Senior Copy Editor A familiar place for most UC Santa Barbara (UCSB) students, the UCSB Library is typically associated with old textbooks and all-nighters....

Immigrant Resilience Week Highlights Struggles of Undocumented Students

Edward Colmenares Isla Vista Beat Reporter  In honor of U.C. Santa Barbara’s (UCSB) fifth annual Immigrant Resilience Week, The Bottom Line sat down with undocumented student...

The Feminist Futures Initiative at UCSB

Carmiya Baskin Staff Writer Members of the UC Santa Barbara community have joined together in the last year to create a blueprint for a national Feminist...

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...