Friday, November 22nd 2019

Coffee Organiks is Sure to Perk Isla Vistans Up

Charles Stock Staff Writer Coffee Organiks, one of the newest businesses to arrive in Isla Vista, offers affordable, authentic, 100 percent organic South American coffee –...

“Me Too” Movement Founder Inspires and Educates at UCSB

Carmiya Baskin Staff Writer Crowds of people filtered into Campbell Hall on Monday night to hear Tarana Burke, the founder of the "Me Too" movement, share...

UCSB Alumni Pedal Their Passion to Drive Change

Sam Fulton Have you ever wanted to travel the world and make a difference while doing it? As of Tuesday, Oct. 16, UCSB alumni Daniel...

Mojo Teahouse Brings a Piece of Home to Isla Vista

Dana Dela Cruz Staff Writer Mojo Teahouse opened on Trigo Road in late August, promising high-quality, authentic tea and Asian fusion snacks. As someone who grew...

Both Bikes and Smiles are Built at the IV Community Bike Center

Victoria Penate Staff Writer The Isla Vista Community Bike Center presents a new approach to business ownership, endearing many through innovative practices and community-oriented programs. While the...

Altamirano’s Tantalizing Tacos Roll Up to Isla Vista

Tanner Walker Science & Tech Editor The taco truck is perhaps the most ubiquitous of food trucks. Long before the current renaissance of gourmet and hipster...

Silvergreens Finally Finds its Niche in I.V.

Kamran Yunus Senior Copy Editor After suddenly closing down last June, Silvergreens has reopened in its original Isla Vista location, located on the corner of Pardall...

UC Librarians’ Fight for a Pay Raise with Support from a UCSB Student

Victoria Penate Staff Writer The union representing librarians across the University of California system began a difficult contract negotiation with the UC Office of the President,...

Jorge Lopez Delivers Mail and Sense of Community to I.V.

Alondra Sierra On a hot Saturday afternoon in Isla Vista, a bustling crowd with unconcerned laughter walked up 67 Trigo, eagerly heading towards whatever party...

Living Mixed-Race in America From the Perspective of UCSB Students

Nkechi Ikem Staff Writer As conversation starts up again about the census scheduled for 2020 — namely how it will include a brand-new citizenship question — critics are...