Sunday, September 24th 2017

5 Questions with a CAPS Professional

Yao Yang As there is an increasing number of mental health-related incidents appearing on campus, it is common to see students struggling through stress, depression,...

5 Questions with Dining Commons Worker Jennipher Nahue

Sabrina Lim The dining commons is one of the busiest and most recognizable places on campus. Pretty much every UCSB student has eaten there at...

Behind the Scenes with GauchoSpace

Linus Li Gauchos, do you have a story similar to the following? It is week eight in the quarter and you realize something has gone horribly...

5 Questions with a Gaucho Tour Guide: Isaiah Lee Escobar-Henry

Joanne Rhee Web Editor Your first visit to the University of California, Santa Barbara probably included taking a tour of our beautiful campus with a Gaucho...

Behind the Counter with the UCSB Soup Guy

Jonathan Lopez You’re young. Yesterday was a cold rainy day, and, against all the warnings you received from your teachers and guardians, you decided to...

Behind the Microphone with KCSB DJ Megan Neikirk

Gwendolyn Wu Executive Content Editor A radio DJ may evoke images of a charismatic, chatty guy hyping overplayed Top 40 songs and making not-so-funny jokes between...

While Some UCSB Students Return Home for Thanksgiving, Others Stay

Linus Li For some University of California, Santa Barbara students, not being able to go home until a day or two before Thanksgiving might mean...

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...

Catching Up With a (Former) R.A.

Shomik Mukherjee Executive Managing Editor As students finish up moving into their new homes for the school year, one common point across residence halls and undergraduate...

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...