Friday, November 22nd 2019

Mental Health Awareness on the Menu for May

Lauren Marnel Shores Staff Writer For the month of May, Counseling and Psychological Services will be hosting several events and workshops regarding overcoming stress as well...

TA Spotlight: Melissa Barthelemy, History

Linus Li Staff Writer As midterms slowly kick in, students flood the hallways of different buildings hoping to get their many questions answered by professors and...

A Look Into the Music of Storke Tower

Lauren Marnel Shores Editor-in-Chief Heard from over a quarter mile away, the bells in Storke Tower echo through the quiet morning serenity blanketing UC Santa Barbara’s...

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...

Bored on Weekends? Peek at the Santa Barbara Museum of Art

Jack Shea A long weekend coming and unpredictable weather call for a quick trip to the Santa Barbara Museum of Art. Though grand in size...

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...

Students Describe Life Changing Experiences at TEDx UCSB

Hannah Maerowitz Staff Writer Ten speakers, numerous organizers, and hundreds of audience members, many of whom were UCSB students, gathered for an independently organized TEDx event...

UCSB Gets Loud with the Monologue Festival

Michael Lin Staff Writer The Monologue Festival is “an incredible time, where actors, directors and designers all come together to create art,” according to producer Maddie...

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,...

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...