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Friday, February 28th 2020

Interviews

Evelin Lopez Q: What did you hope to accomplish once your t-shirt business, Aviators Airlines, began? A: The whole idea began in high school when I was in art class and my friend wanted to start a business. He came up with...
Nkechi Ikem Last month, The Berkeley Patriot student organization provoked outrage while trying to organize a Free Speech Week with controversial right wing speakers like Steve Bannon, Ann Coulter, and Milo Yiannopoulos, on University of California, Berkeley campus. The announcement elicited responses...
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...
Hugh Cook Staff Writer Economics major and Senior Copy Editor for The Bottom Line, Kamran Yunus, takes on a different name and identity online as Narmak, the talented animator of “The Spongebob Squarepants Anime," which gained viral fame and millions of...
Linus Li Marketing Director They get to travel to Hawaii, play their favorite sport as the sun sets over Harder Stadium, and bond together when times get tough. The 2017-2018 University of California, Santa Barbara women’s soccer team is made up...
Jacob Wong Sports Editor Standing at 6’9” and weighing 260 pounds., UC Santa Barbara power forward Ami Lakoju definitely looks the part of a player on the school basketball team. However, to reduce Lakoju’s time at UCSB to statistics and athletic...
Carmiya Baskin Santa Barbara Hillel hosted its annual charity auction to raise money for Save a Child’s Heart, an Israel-based project that provides heart surgeries for children from third world countries. The event, which took place on Tuesday, Feb. 13,...
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...
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...
Jen Atkinson Staff Writer Q: What is your favorite part of the job? A: Definitely working concerts. Even if we still have to do pat-downs or work the door, we still get to hear the concert, and if we get lucky enough...