Sunday, September 24th 2017

Dispelling the Darkness: A Brighter Path Forward

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

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...

The Journey Continues with Isla Vista Food Tourists Molzon and Swedelson

Joanne Rhee Staff Writer When we interviewed fourth-years Adrian Molzon and Joshua Swedelson last fall, they spoke about their journey to eat at every restaurant in Isla...

I.V. Spotlight: Miss Behavin’

Tara Ahi Features Editor Isla Vista sees many businesses come and go, with few managing to establish themselves as staples in this unique college town. Miss...

Dismantling the Broke College Student Lifestyle

Monica Itxy Quintanilla What does it mean to be a college student in this day and age? To many, it’s student loans, instant ramen and...

Your Children’s Trees Makes Lasting Impact

Quincy Lee Staff Writer “These aren’t our trees. They are our children’s trees and our children’s children’s trees,” is the motto of the student volunteer organization,...

5 Questions with Stephanie Schechter

Francisco Olvera Staff Writer This week, The Bottom Line caught up with third year communication major Stephanie Schechter. She talked to us about surfing, being a University...

Salman Khan at the Granada

Rick Wang Staff Writer Khan Academy, a world recognized nonprofit organization designed to aid students and teachers alike in understanding and learning about academic constructs, is the...

Gio’s is Dead, Long Live Gio’s!

Mathew Burciaga Executive Managing Editor For Isla Vista residents and countless Gaucho alumni, Mon., Jan. 11 marked the end of an era. Giovanni’s Pizza, better known...

Bikes for Days, or Years?

Bailee Abell Executive Content Editor Photo Courtesy of Priority Bicycles The University of California, Santa Barbara may be a research university, but pre-med students aren’t the only...