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Tuesday, June 2nd 2020

Seoul’d Out: Where K-Pop Becomes Community at UCSB

Sheila Tran Senior Copy Editor A visit to a Seoul’d Out meeting will reveal an unusual sight among most campus clubs at this time of the...

Immigrant Resilience Week Highlights Struggles of Undocumented Students

Edward Colmenares Isla Vista Beat Reporter  In honor of U.C. Santa Barbara’s (UCSB) fifth annual Immigrant Resilience Week, The Bottom Line sat down with undocumented student...

Sixth Annual TEDxUCSB Event Spotlights Diversity

Alexander Ortiz Staff Writer On Saturday, UCSB held its sixth consecutive TEDXUCSB event, spotlighting diverse perspectives on inclusivity with this year’s theme, “Declaration of Interdependence.” Speakers...

Pandia Health: Improving Women’s Lives Through Accessible Birth Control

Carmiya Baskin Staff Writer According to the National Campaign to Prevent Teen and Unplanned Pregnancy, more than 19 million women in the U.S. aged 13 to...

Dusting off the UCSB Cylinder Audio Archives

Sheila Tran Senior Copy Editor A familiar place for most U.C. Santa Barbara (UCSB) students, the UCSB Library is typically associated with old textbooks and all-nighters....

Lane Farms’ Annual Pumpkin Patch Dazzles

Kody Chong Golden hour at Lane Farms’ pumpkin patch is a remarkable sight. The sound of a distant tractor rumbling gently fills the air, harmonious...

Saving IV, One Burger at a Time

Hector Sanchez Castaneda Isla Vista Beat Reporter Photo by Nicholas Hatsios In a small shack behind 6686 Del Playa Drive, University of California, Santa Barbara alumnus Bryce...

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...

Santa Barbara’s Museum of Natural History Commemorates Chumash Culture

Edward Colmenares Isla Vista Beat Reporter Native Heritage Month is every November, and the month commemorates the rich indigenous culture of both the past and contemporary...

Geenee and Snuggles: the Dogs of Isla Vista

Lauren Marnel Shores Staff Writer Geenee and Snuggles are arguably the two most famous dogs in Isla Vista. Walking past iV Menus, passersby are often greeted...