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Thursday, July 16th 2020

Alton Brown Makes Science and Cooking Fun at the Arlington

Michael Lin Staff Writer “Science! Heck, Yeah!” might sound familiar to you in the past few weeks from 30-second YouTube ads (or you might not know...

Tangonadas Brings Sunny Flair to Santa Barbara

Jack Shea Staff Writer Sunlight broke through gray clouds on a brisk Sunday afternoon, glistening onto Santa Barbara’s vibrant State Street. Soothing, brisk ocean air replaced...

The Clean Beaches of Santa Barbara

Andrew Melese Staff Writer Do you ever wonder what magic gives Santa Barbara’s beaches their idyllic nature? The miles of pristine coast effortlessly attract students and tourists...

George Takei Talks History and His Story at the Arlington

Amy Chase Staff Writer After visiting with University of California, Santa Barbara students at the MultiCultural Center for a talk directed by Asian-American Studies Professor Lisa...

Mesa Burger Makes Its Way as a Santa Barbara Staple

Matthew Lee Staff Writer In the middle of Mesa Verde Plaza lies a modest, homey restaurant called Mesa Burger. Mesa Burger was started by Iron Chef...

All-You-Can-Eat: Santa Barbara’s Best Picks for the Frugal College Student

Evelyn Fang It’s 5:03 p.m. Robert is starving because he hasn’t eaten since breakfast. Robert hasn’t eaten since breakfast because he has made plans to...

Nikka Ramen: Best in Town, Only in Town

Jack Alegre Staff Writer There’s a new ramen shop in town: Nikka. It promises exotic new flavor for Santa Barbara, certainly a step up from college...

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...

Whose Laugh Is It Anyway?

Amy Chase Staff Writer On Wednesday, Nov. 9, Santa Barbara experienced yet another night where everything was made up, and in the end the points didn’t...

2016 AvoFest Attracts Thousands to the Central Coast

Christopher Tien Staff Writer The 30th annual Avocado Festival was held in Carpinteria on Oct. 7–9, gathering thousands of eager avocado-patrons and community members in celebrating...