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Wednesday, February 19th 2020

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...

In Remembrance of Kobe Bryant

Graeme Jackson Photo Editor What does it mean to inspire? Kobe Bryant’s ability to fill so many with the conviction to chase their loftiest aspirations and...

The Best Thrift Shops in Santa Barbara

Linda Chong Copy Editor A rise in sustainability awareness has led to a rise in trendy methods aimed at helping everyday citizens protect the earth. These...

The Ocean Circle: Paddle-Out Ceremonies

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

Asie Brings Lackluster Dim Sum to Santa Barbara

Sheila Tran Senior Copy Editor Dim sum restaurants evoke an assortment of familiar and warm memories for me: elderly Chinese women pushing metal carts, the incessant...

Could the Gauchos Become the Mapaches?

Lauren Marnel Shores Campus Beat Reporter On April 13, the Students for Mascot Change will host a town hall meeting to discuss the possibility of retiring...

Soar to New Heights With the Santa Barbara Trapeze Company

Marion Pochard Contributing Writer Walking around UCSB’s Fun and Fitness Festival on November 25th, I met Eric, an aerial skills coach at the Recreation Center, who...

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...

Elotero Brings Street Food Comfort to Isla Vista

Francisco Olvera Staff Writer Some call him the Elote Man or Elotero, but his real name is Hijinio Camacho. He can be recognized in the streets...

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...