Monday, September 25th 2017

A Magical Evening with Isabel Allende

Andrew Delvasto Renowned Chilean author Isabel Allende visited the Granada Theater in Santa Barbara this past Wednesday to speak on her experiences as what the...

Self-Care: The Activists’ Next Frontier

Jack Alegre Staff Writer Because of their passion and devotion to their respective causes, activists have a common conception as tireless martyrs. Yet, even the best among...

All Gaucho Reunion Sneak Peek

Stephani Anderson Staff Writer The UCSB Alumni Association is gearing up for the 11th annual All Gaucho Reunion, which will take place Apr. 27-30, 2017 and...

5 Questions with a CAPS Professional

Yao Yang As there is an increasing number of mental health-related incidents appearing on campus, it is common to see students struggling through stress, depression,...

Buzzfeed’s Niki Ang and Jen Ruggirello Speak for Pride Week

Joanne Rhee Web Director It’s not everyday that more than 100 students excitedly cram into the Multicultural Center on a school night. However, this wasn’t just...

Divest SB, a New Organization Supporting #NoDAPL

Stephani Anderson The #NoDAPL campaign is in full effect in Santa Barbara, and stemming from it is Divest SB, a new grassroots organization that grew...

An Evening with Nobel Peace Prize Laureate Tawakkol Karman

Arturo Samaniego Staff Writer This past Saturday night, Nobel Peace Prize Laureate Tawakkol Karman — the first Yemini, the first Arab woman, and the second Muslim...

Spending Spring in Santa Barbara

Andrew Melese Staff Writer In a Santa Barbara spring the air is breezy and brisk. The days are sunny but rarely hot. And, everywhere one looks,...

Gimeal Cafe: A G’meal Indeed

Andrew Delvasto This past week I had a chance to try Gimeal Cafe, a new Taiwanese-American fusion shop newly opened in Old Town Goleta. I...

Preview: Mapping Dissent: Planning a Course for an Uncertain Future

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...