Wednesday, July 26th 2017

Karen Ha As I was handed my physics midterm, achoo! Following two more sneezes, I was tearing up and sniffling. An allergy attack during a...

Lauren Marnel Shores Staff Writer Geenee and Snuggles are arguably the two most famous dogs in Isla Vista. Walking past iV Menus, passersby are often greeted...

Jennica Martin Staff Writer Community members will have the opportunity to get free food and support an important cause at the Food for Freedom Fair at...

Joanne Rhee Web Editor Just last quarter, Otaco launched their grand re-opening. With mediocre food and average atmosphere, it’s no wonder that the former restaurant closed...

Jeremy Levine Copy Editor Sweet Alley, the only location that has sold frozen yogurt in Isla Vista over the past six years, has quietly changed owners....

Soobin Lee Living on a college campus, it’s easy to forget just how many families reside in Isla Vista, and of those families, how many...

Joanne Rhee Web Editor After months of postponing its opening, HiWi Tropical Fusion finally opened its doors in Isla Vista in January. Even though HiWi specifies...

Gwendolyn Wu Executive Content Editor The first week of winter quarter is supposed to be stress-free. Although syllabus week ends about 20 minutes into class and...

Kaitlyn Tang The Coffee Collaborative is small, cozy, and intimate with a chalk written menu and creative, specialized coffee items; it's a quintessential college coffee...

Kamran Yunus Copy Editor Otaco is an Isla Vista eatery that students have seen and ignored as they bike out of Pardall Tunnel towards the always-open, delicious Freebirds....