Friday, November 22nd 2019

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...

Cat Therapy SB Offers the Purrr-fect Chance to Unwind

Skyler Melnick “Are you a cat or a dog person?” This is the ultimate, divisive, and eternal question. For dog people, UCSB has its much-anticipated Dog...

Parents of Victims Reflect, Three Years Later

This story is part of a commemorative issue on the third anniversary of the 2014 Isla Vista killings, where a resident killed six UCSB...

Prison Solidarity Night Helps Students Stand in Solidarity with LGBTQ+ inmates

Arturo Samaniego Managing Editor On Thursday, May 30th, the Santa Barbara Democratic Socialists of America (SBDSA) and UCSB Young Democratic Socialists of America hosted a Prison...

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 –...

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...

Yerba Mate, an Essential Item for UCSB Students

Madison Hallam Staff Writer Yerba. The Yerb. Mate. Whatever you call it, the product is the same: a drink made from the natural leaves of rainforest...

The Santa Barbara You May Not Know About

Annabelle Tang The months before you graduate may be the last chance for you to explore this beautiful city. Once you officially step out of...

A Magical Season: Gaucho Baseball Team Reflects On Unprecedented Run

Shomik Mukherjee Executive Managing Editor It is just past 9 p.m. on June 22. The sun is setting in Omaha, NE, and perhaps on the historic...

UCSB Teams up with UCLA Conservator to Save Memories from the Montecito Mudslides

Lauren Marnel Shores Campus Beat Reporter In a community-led effort to restore photographs and documents damaged by the Monetico mudslides, a small team called “Saving Memories...