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Thursday, July 16th 2020

Interviews

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...
Jasmine Moreno Sexual misconduct and abuse is an issue prevalent not only in Hollywood; it is also lurking in the shadows of the Isla Vista community. Recently, however, victims and allies have started a new dialectic with the hashtag #MeToo....
Tara Ahi Features Editor Isla Vista sees many businesses come and go, with few managing to establish themselves as staples in this unique college town. Miss Behavin' is as local as it gets. Not only has the store been in its...
Akshaya Natarajan When looking teach a new skill to law enforcement, one usually considers the typical training session or a lecture-style class. Professor Norah Dunbar, a faculty member and chair of the Department of Communication here at the University of California,...
Ivy Kuo Photos by Lorenzo Basilio, Staff Photographer Heavy guitar riffs, intricate drumming, and clashing cymbals reverberated throughout IV Theater on Jan. 10, 2014, as The Trashberries played to an intimate group of students and locals. The event was hosted by Magic...
Rick Wang In our friendly Isla Vista neighborhood, a number of mailmen work day in and day out delivering mail to one of the most convoluted regions in California. It is a job that requires substantial amounts of energy, considering the...
Francisco Olvera Photos by Francisco Olvera Isla Vista is home to a variety of small businesses that often go unappreciated. Not unappreciated in that they don’t receive customers — rather, most people don’t know the full story behind those who run...
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...
Shomik Mukherjee Staff Writer Photo by Cindy Chang, Staff Photographer Michael Sam, the first openly gay NFL player, discussed his experiences and offered advice to students during an event held by the Resource Center for Sexual & Gender Diversity (RCSGD) at Corwin...
Julia Frazer Staff Writer It all began at a house on the 68 block of Del Playa in 2011. The University of California, Santa Barbara students purchased huge bags of product from a domestic source and repackaged it in smaller bags...