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Monday, September 21st 2020

‘Juvenile-in-Justice’: Professor Richard Ross Presents Harrowing Truths of Youths in Jail

Hector Sanchez Castaneda Photos by Veronica Arvizo, Staff Photographer If you’ve been to the library this past month, you’ve probably come across a set of haunting...

Museum of Art Holds Wall-Breaking Ceremony

Francisco Olvera Photos by Francisco Olvera Art is important. There is no denying this. So when the local art museum begins a plan for renovation and...

Campbell Hall Goes Golden with ‘Cirque Zíva’

Sirarpi Topchyan Photos by Ivy Kuo, Staff Photographer The courtyard of Campbell Hall on Saturday, Jan. 24, buzzed with the excitement of children who had come...

Dickey’s: Best Barbecue in Santa Barbara?

Paul Tucker This past week I adventured down to Goleta to try out Dickey's, the barbecue joint that has gained a quicker fan base than...

Five Ways to Enjoy the Outdoors Around Santa Barbara

Gwendolyn Wu Executive Content Editor While the fall equinox officially begins on Thursday, the best part about living in sunny Santa Barbara is that the weather...

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...

Comparative Literature Class at UCSB Reckons With Juvenile Incarceration

Wenchen Li Contributing Writer For the past few years, the UC Santa Barbara (UCSB) comparative literature department has done projects and courses centered around the juvenile...

Professor Philip Babcock: Gone but Not Forgotten

Lexi Weyrick Staff Writer Photos by Kat Mozolyuk, Staff Photographer The Department of Economics held the inaugural Philip Babcock Memorial Lecture in Corwin Pavilion on Tuesday, Jan....

Unsung Heroes of Deltopia

Rick Wang Photo by Leah Armer, Staff Photographer Every year, Isla Vista’s well-known Deltopia event draws thousands of people from out of town, who flock into...

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...