Wednesday, October 16th 2019

Del Playa Drive Threatened By Erosion

In 50 years, Isla Vista's ocean side residences could be a thing of the past.

Otaco: A Re-opening Anything but Grand

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....

Santa Barbara Hillel Hosts Sixth Annual Charity Auction for Save a Child’s Heart

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 Whom the Bell Tolls

Gwendolyn Wu Editor-in-Chief Carillonist Margo Halsted takes the elevator up to Storke Tower’s observation deck every Monday morning, climbing a few short flights of stairs after...

How to Live Simply: Inside the Minds of Isla Vista’s Minimalists

Bailee Abell Staff Writer Photos by Kana Ebiko It is a common misconception that people of faith are constantly shoving religion down the throats of the secular youth....

Allergy Season: Worse this Year?

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...

Biko, Then and Now

Monica Itxy Quintanilla On the first half of the 6600 block of Sueno lies a two-story, Tuscan orange student housing co-op with the name “BIKO”...

The Hustle of Hunter Beard: From Drugs to Music

Teni Adedeji Photo Courtesy of Lion Pride Music Group Everyone has a story to tell. Adorned in mahogany pants, a button-down shirt and glasses, one would...

Silvergreens Finally Finds its Niche in I.V.

Kamran Yunus Senior Copy Editor After suddenly closing down last June, Silvergreens has reopened in its original Isla Vista location, located on the corner of Pardall...

4 I.V. Housing Tips for the New Year

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...