Saturday, December 7th 2019

Interviews

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...
Quincy Lee Staff Writer “These aren’t our trees. They are our children’s trees and our children’s children’s trees,” is the motto of the student volunteer organization, Your Children’s Trees. Since the student group was founded last fall, the organization of volunteers has...
Francisco Olvera Staff Writer This week, The Bottom Line caught up with third year communication major Stephanie Schechter. She talked to us about surfing, being a University of California, Santa Barbara student and watermelons.  What got you started into surfing, and why did...
Mathew Burciaga Executive Managing Editor For Isla Vista residents and countless Gaucho alumni, Mon., Jan. 11 marked the end of an era. Giovanni’s Pizza, better known as Gio’s, announced via Instagram that the restaurant would be closing its doors indefinitely at the end...
Bailee Abell Executive Content Editor Photo Courtesy of Priority Bicycles The University of California, Santa Barbara may be a research university, but pre-med students aren’t the only thing this school produces. Meet Connor Swegle and David Weiner, co-founders of Priority Bicycles, an...
Janani Ravikumar Staff Writer According to CNN, one in every three women experiences sexual violence during her lifetime. Every year, students at UCSB bring light to these women’s stories by performing selections from Eve Ensler’s The Vagina Monologues, as well as pieces...
Gwendolyn Wu AS Beat Reporter Photo Courtesy of Kamran Zohoori The following article contains a testimony regarding the events of May 23, 2014. Fourth year sociology and economics double major Siavash “Vash” Zohoori had just finished getting a gyro at now-defunct Pita Pit...
Joanne Rhee Staff Writer Photo Courtesy of Adrian Molzon and Joshua Swedelson Two seniors at the University of California, Santa Barbara, Adrian Molzon and Joshua Swedelson, have made it their goal to dine at every restaurant in Isla Vista. They want to...
Bijan Saniee Illustration by Robert Perez, Staff illustrator Losing focus in class is a universal struggle shared by students. The ubiquity of smartphones makes resisting this temptation all the more difficult. However, a new app has emerged that may actually harness...
Tara Ahi Features Editor The struggle to find nutritious, eco-friendly food at an affordable price has long plagued University of California, Santa Barbara students, but a group has emerged that seems to be making actual headway on the project to rectify...