Wednesday, July 26th 2017
Soobin Lee Staff Writer On Friday June 2, the first Isla Vista Open Market of 2017 welcomed shoppers to Little Acorn Park for a fun and relaxing time of community exploration. Curious observers could find students selling a variety of secondhand goods and...
This story is part of a commemorative issue on the third anniversary of the 2014 Isla Vista killings, where a resident killed six UCSB students and injured 14 others. Shomik Mukherjee Executive Managing Editor Three years after a dozen parents lost children to...
This story is part of a commemorative issue on the third anniversary of the 2014 Isla Vista killings, where a resident killed six UCSB students and injured 14 others. Madeleine Lee Campus Beat Reporter In Atlanta, Chicago, and Los Angeles, trauma victims...
Lauren Shores Staff Writer Walking through Isla Vista, one can see that the word “dog!” is often followed by a group of people racing to see who can shower the animal with affection first. At the University of California, Santa Barbara,...
Jack Shea Staff Writer Leah Foltz, a fourth year Ph.D candidate in UCSB’s Biomolecular Science and Engineering department, enters into the final round of the University of California's Grad Slam, an annual competition engaging public interest in leading research. Grad Slams...
Arturo Samaniego Staff Writer If you were one of many Friday night partygoers dazzled by card tricks from a magician not too long ago, you're not alone. Recently, University of California, Santa Barbara student Travis Kim saw some fame on the...
Yao Yang As there is an increasing number of mental health-related incidents appearing on campus, it is common to see students struggling through stress, depression, the current political climate, and various other issues. To deal with these problems, there are...
Jack Alegre Staff Writer In order to match the anxieties of the times, art must be flexible and reflective of the challenges within society. Thankfully, on April 13, you will be able to see that responsiveness for yourself with Mapping Dissent. Mapping...
Sabrina Lim The dining commons is one of the busiest and most recognizable places on campus. Pretty much every UCSB student has eaten there at one point in time, which leads us to wonder … what’s it like working there?...
Linus Li Gauchos, do you have a story similar to the following? It is week eight in the quarter and you realize something has gone horribly wrong. As much as you promised your parents you would put school before everything else,...