Saturday, March 23rd 2019

Interviews

Cheyenne Johnson Staff Writer Photos by John Clow Food vendors, music, and University of California, Santa Barbara students took over the 65 block of Seville to celebrate the Isla Vista Food Co-op’s 40th anniversary. The event, entitled “The Greatest Story Ever Told:...
Josh Goodmacher Staff Writer Q: What do you find most relevant about the field of religious studies, especially in regard to the current atmosphere of religious discrimination/tension in the United States? A: Religious studies helps us get beneath the surface and look...
Jen Atkinson Q: What made you choose Santa Barbara City College? A: Originally, I had a bunch of different options; I wanted to go to UCLA, UCSB, UC San Diego…but I broke my foot and I lost my recruiting opportunities for...
Anis Vijay Modi Staff Writer We could all agree that college is a life-shaping experience. Every day holds an opportunity to learn something new, whether through social events, work, or the normal class setting. There is no doubt that soaking in...
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 a constant struggle to juggle academics, work, clubs, and a social life. I often find...
Morey Spellman Suk-Young Kim, a University of California, Santa Barbara professor of theater arts, recently won the prestigious James Palais Book Prize for the Association of Asian Studies for her book, “Illusive Utopia: Theater, Film, and Everyday Performance in North...
An interview with undergraduate teacher Ej Merenstein.
UCSB professor Jon Spaventa sits down and talks with TBL.
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