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Wednesday, July 15th 2020

Interviews

Ivy Kuo Staff writer Improvability, University of California, Santa Barbara’s premiere comedy troupe, performed a House of Cards-themed show to a packed Embarcadero Hall in Isla Vista on Friday, Feb. 20. The two-hour performance consisted of lively interactions with the audience,...
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,...
Carly White Photos by Leah Armer Corwin Pavilion was packed last Wednesday evening, Oct. 29, due to an appearance by former NPR and ABC News correspondent Kati Marton. At the event, put on by University of California, Santa Barbara's Interdisciplinary Humanities...
Prabhjot Singh Staff Writer As a marginalized and minority group on campus, women of color at University of California, Santa Barbara are planning on “reclaiming the margins.” They plan to create a safe space for dialogue and empowerment by holding a...

Meet Lois Capps

Anjali Shastry Opinions Editor Lois Capps can be described in many ways: caring, kind, determined, and smart as a whip. But don’t call her nice. Though deemed the “nicest woman in Washington” by the Washingtonian in 2006, she maintains that isn’t...
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:...
Natalie Overton On Saturday, April 18, the University of California, Santa Barbara MultiCultural Center hosted Tupua, a well-renowned Polynesian dance group. Named after the founder of the group, Tupua is based in Orange County and ventures around all of California. They...
Alondra Sierra Features Editor   Navigating new spaces and beginnings, much like the start of fall quarter, can be a daunting exploration or a thrilling opportunity for both new and returning faces to UCSB’s community. The novelty of fall quarter isn’t just...
Hari Kota Staff Writer In a weekend of thought-provoking workshops, caucuses, and protests, a delegation of approximately 100 undergraduate and graduate students from the University of California, Santa Barbara, led by Student Commission for Racial Equality (SCORE) officers Hani Tajsar and...
Leilani Riahi The Iranian Studies Initiative of the University of California, Santa Barbara, founded in 2010, has been expanding its departmental presence within the university, its professional influence on students beyond the classroom and its instrumental work in aiding Iranian...