Monday, November 20th 2017

C.S.A. Program Makes Fruitful Isla Vista Debut by Megan Barnes

Isla Vista’s food delivery options just got a whole lot healthier.  Farms of Humanity, a new local Community Supported Agriculture program (CSA), brings locally grown...

Tuition Crunch by Pedro de la Torre III

Students are often the last ones given a seat at the budget table when times are good, and the first to be put on...

A Global Food Crisis and A Global Financial Crisis by Sophie Gore Browne

While the familiar terms ‘recession’, ‘depression’ and ‘financial meltdown’, weigh heavy on the news and still manage to stir anxiety among readers, we have...

Shutdown of the Guantanamo Bay Milatary Prison by Alex Cabot

Although much was at stake during the 2008 U.S. Presidential Election, one issue that seemed to have been decided on quite early in the...

Having Fun (Without Partying) at UCSB by Dawn Marie Howell

When I told friends and relatives that I was going to UCSB, I received one of two reactions. People responded either with “Congratulations! That’s...

Inside San Clemente: A Resident’s Perspective by Dawn Marie Howell

The San Clemente Apartments do not give off any particular vibe. They don't yet look like the adobe-colored paradise that the online sketches advertise,...

Adventure Program Delivers Flora, Fauna, and Free Beer by Jake Haskell

My trip began at 5 o’clock a.m., one hung-over morning after partaking in too much of everything nice. I roused my roommate from his...

The Story Behind SB’s Dog, Cat and Rat Man by Emilia Dellemonico

If you've ever spent time on State Street, you've probably seen some of the unusual people that hang around down there. But there's something...

Ocean Road Leads to Questions of Isla Vista’s Future by Alex Day

Ocean Road currently is a calm space between campus and Isla Vista. Aside from traffic around class time at I.V. Theater, the bike and...

Kayaking In Spirit of The Past: Santa Cruz Island Sea Caves by Katie Rogers

As an Anthropology major, much of my undergraduate career has been occupied with studies of the Chumash, a Native American people who have deep...