Wednesday, December 11th 2019

Creative Culture Block Party: UCSB’s Alternative Art Scene

Bailee Abell Staff Writer Photos by Lorenzo Basilio, Staff Photographer Live music resonated from the third-floor balcony of the Student Resource Building at the University of California, Santa...

Students Continue to Protest Despite Police Violence

Students and Workers protest the planned 8 percent tuition increase at UCSF UC Board of Regents Meeting.

Freelance Journalist Sasha Abramsky Sheds Light on Impoverished America

Bailee Abell Staff Writer Photos by Ivy Kuo, Staff Photographer When Americans think of poverty, they commonly picture famished children in third world countries, living on the...

Gauchos Gather for a Taste of Memories, Wine, Beer, and Food

Isabelle Geczy News Editor Work hard but play harder—said phrase might as well be the unofficial anthem for attendees of the University of California, Santa Barbara.  In...

New UCSB Experimental Theater Company Showcases Self Expression

Bailee Abell Staff Writer "You don’t need to be a theatre major to be a part of this company," reads the Mask and Beaker Experimental Theater...

Robert Reich Addresses America’s Flaws at Arts & Lectures Event

Nkechi Ikem Staff Writer “As you can see, the Trump administration has worn me down. I was 6’2 last year,” said Robert Reich, former Secretary of...

Students Speak Up at the Young Americans for Liberty Debate

Scarlett Lacroix Young Americans for Liberty hosted an open debate about free speech in the University of California, Santa Barbara Hub on Oct. 10. The...

Life of the Party Encourages Living it Up in the Right Ways

Julia Frazer Staff Writer Photo by Ivy Kuo, Staff Photographer The laid-back, fun atmosphere of University of California, Santa Barbara and Isla Vista has become a key...

Reflections from Students on #MeToo at UCSB

Jasmine Moreno Sexual misconduct and abuse is an issue prevalent not only in Hollywood; it is also lurking in the shadows of the Isla Vista...

An Evening with a “True” Gaucho- Jim Rome

Sport figure Jim Rome, Gaucho Alumni, comes to UCSB.