Thursday, April 18th 2019

A Hunger for Knowledge

Mia Pollini Staff Writer While sitting down on the third floor of the UCSB Library, Thomas Lytel-Stark takes off his blue striped scarf, folds it, and...

Isla Vistan Life Without A Roof

Linus Li Marketing Director The choice was between comfort and money. Fifth year senior Gary Gao had the option to stay in the apartment he previously...

Professors in Profile: Quentin Gee

Irene Chen Professor Quentin Gee, who currently teaches in both the Philosophy and Environmental Studies departments at the University of California, Santa Barbara, originally came...

School, Sports, and Stereotypes: UCSB Women’s Basketball Weighs In

Madison Hallam Student athletes are able to live two separate lives. To an outsider, it might seem exciting, but there’s a catch — their performance in...

Women’s Soccer Seniors Reflect On Their Journeys as Athletes

Linus Li Marketing Director They get to travel to Hawaii, play their favorite sport as the sun sets over Harder Stadium, and bond together when times...

An International Student’s Unique Yet Relatable Journey at UCSB

Linus Li Marketing Director “I was crying on the airplane. I knew I was not going to see my friends and family for a while,” said...

The Life of Foster Youth Students at UCSB

Annette Ding Foster youth, which make up 180 students on campus, are one of the most vulnerable groups at the University of California, Santa Barbara. Compared...

How UCSB’s Administrators are Navigating the Free Speech Debate

Nkechi Ikem Last month, The Berkeley Patriot student organization provoked outrage while trying to organize a Free Speech Week with controversial right wing speakers like Steve...

For Whom the Bell Tolls

Gwendolyn Wu Editor-in-Chief Carillonist Margo Halsted takes the elevator up to Storke Tower’s observation deck every Monday morning, climbing a few short flights of stairs after...

13 Tips on How to Survive as a Student in I.V.

Tanner Walker and Spencer Wu Science & Tech Editor and Copy Editor Certain lessons about the University of California, Santa Barbara and Isla Vista are hard...