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Thursday, June 4th 2020

Craft Ramen Redefines the Soup for UCSB Students

Eric Long To the average student, the word “ramen” conjures images of cheap and processed packets of salt; ramen is not a meal, but a...

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...

Juice Ranch Makes Isla Vista its Home

Dasha Sadovnikova Photos by Mark Brocher, Staff Photographer If you venture into Crushcakes & Café on Trigo Road and turn to the left, you will notice...

Take a ‘Wok on the Wild Side’

Cindy Chan Staff Writer Photos by John Clow, Staff Photographer Identifiable only by a string of Chinese red paper lanterns hung above the building’s awning is Isla...

Süp and Jüs Opens Its Doors in Goleta

Zeena Omar The next time you’re passing through Goleta, consider dropping by Süp and Jüs, new neighbor — and sister restaurant — to Kyle’s Kitchen....

Buddha Bowls: Fresh, Local, and Reasonably Priced

Madison Donahue-Wolfe Staff Writer Photos by John Clow, Staff Photographer Buddha Bowls, the latest restaurant to open its doors to the residents of Isla Vista, offers a...

Searching for the Best Chicken Tenders in Isla Vista

Sheila Tran Senior Copy Editor In my opinion, there's no food less offensive than the beloved chicken tender. They're a regular on kid’s menus at even...

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...

Kogilicious Offers Cultural Food Fusion

Kogilicious where the mouth comprehends the clash of cultures; so very delicious.

A Pho Throwdown

Autumn, to some, evokes feelings of change: students start school, farmers harvest summer's bounty, and you can't wear white anymore. As the temperature drops,...