Monday, January 20th 2020

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...

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...

Searching for the Best Chicken Tenders in Isla Vista

Sheila Tran Senior Copy Editor In my opinion, there's no food less offensive than the beloved chicken tender. They're a regular on kid’s menus at even...

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...

Nickelodeon Nostalgia

Top Ten review of the Nickelodeon cartoons from the '90s,

Global Night Market Brings Food From Around the World to UCSB

Lauren Luna Staff Writer Last Friday night, the International Student Association hosted its very first Global Night Market. Storke Plaza came alive with a medley of...

The Five Rules For Crashing Classes

Amanda Garcia Beat Reporter RULE #1: GO TO THE FIRST WEEK OF CLASS As a freshman, you will be competing against upper-classmen who may need the same...

How do UCSB Students Practice Self-Care?

Christine Ho Layout Editor As the end of the year creeps up on us, it’s easy to get caught up in the frenzy of midterms and...

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...

Campus Point Coffee Brings Quality Drinks to Isla Vista

Nicole Luu Contributing Writer Campus Point Coffee recently opened on 6560 Pardall Rd. in place of Coffee Collaborative. Moderately priced and well-decorated, the new shop has...