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Tuesday, June 2nd 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...

The Gelato Festival Brings Frozen, Dairy-Free Treats to Santa Barbara

Ziqiang Zhao The Gelato Festival came to Santa Barbara to celebrate a classic European dessert from Oct. 20-Oct. 22. The fairly small festival took place in...

Alex Ice Cream: Where Elotes and Ice Cream Meet

Joanne Rhee Web Editor Everyone’s favorite Elotero, Hijinio Camacho, has become as well known as Freebirds. On some days, he is easy to find for your daily...

Silvergreens Finally Finds its Niche in I.V.

Kamran Yunus Senior Copy Editor After suddenly closing down last June, Silvergreens has reopened in its original Isla Vista location, located on the corner of Pardall...

Global Night Market Brings Food From Around the World to UCSB

Lauren Luna Staff Writer Last Friday night, the International Student Association hosted its very first Global Night Market. Storke Plaza came alive with a medley of...

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....

Spice Up Your Life at Spice Avenue

Spice Avenue is an ideal restaurant choice for graduation dinner.

UCSB Food Citizenship Campaign Hosts First Eco Iron Chef Cooking Competition

Risa Mori Staff Writer On March 6, the UC Santa Barbara (UCSB) Food Citizenship Campaign hosted its first ever Eco Iron Chef at The United Methodist...

One Piece Ramen Lacks Flavor But Shows Potential

Tomas Pallapatoc Staff Writer Any UCSB student walking out into I.V. looking for a bite to eat is bound to walk past the newly opened One...

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...