Monday, June 17th 2019

Isla Vista’s Homes By Day, Venues By Night by Paige Kline

Calling all awesomeness to the DJ booth!  I'm lookin' for the hottest chill spots behind the epic late night venues that we often don't...

Poets and Musicians Find New Home at Giovanni’s in I.V.

Trevor Westmoreland Thursdays in Isla Vista are now of a unique sort: home to nights of self-expression. For the past several months, Giovanni's of Isla Vista...

Students and Administration Work To Change UCSB’s Party Image by Jillian Brown

In spite of UCSB's notoriety as a top party school, administrative staff and campus health programs are fighting to shake this party reputation. New...

UCSB Triumphs at Red Bull Snow Warz by Kelsey Leland

UCSB snow bums took to the hills last month for Red Bull Snow Warz, an annual snowboarding event that combines taurine-fueled riding with good...

From Hub to Media Center: A History of Building 434 by Jennifer Kimbell and...

Chances are you’ve passed Building 434 many times in your college career here at UCSB. It’s that brown building on the path between Pardall...

Steve Pappas’ Attorney, Jeff Lake, on the Election by Ross Nolan

The Bottom Line: What made Steve Pappas think that there was something wrong with the election? Jeff Lake: We filed a petition because when Steve...

UCSB’s Response to Rising Stats on Eating Disorders by Danielle Shoshani

As many as 10 million women and 1 million men in the United States have an eating disorder such as anorexia or bulimia, according...

Where Are You Going This Spring Break? by Eric Moylan

It's 3:30 p.m., Thursday 21 March. That chemistry final that was causing you all sorts of worry is finished. That boring professor who was...

The Cost of Dining Common Dishware Theft by Cristy Portlock

It is not unheard of for students to sneak extra treats from the dining commons to satisfy their off-scheduled hunger. An individual's eating habits...

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...