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Sunday, October 25th 2020

A Philippines Love Affair

Aisa Villanueva Sure, growing up in the tropics had its downsides, such as perpetual humidity for more than half the year, but the scenic ambiance,...

Self-Care in the Time of COVID-19

Serena Bun Contributing Writer Being a college student is stressful enough, especially when handling a heavy workload, societal concerns, and for some, struggles with finances, family,...

Self-Grown Veggies by James Mrohs and Emilia Dellemonico

With the arrival of spring comes, for many, the desire to get back outside and enjoy nature. Little do many students at UCSB know,...

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...

Research Spotlight: Richard Ross

Joanne Rhee Staff Writer “The question is, how do we treat each other this way, and why? Does it make sense on ethical and moral grounds?...

Stay Classy: A Look at UCSB’s Unique Spring Classes

Hari Kota Staff Writer From the ocean borders to Isla Vista, there are so many unique resources available at University of California, Santa Barbara. This is...

IV First Friday: Great in Theory, Lacking in Execution

Jessica Gang Opinions Editor As part of the I.V. Open Lab’s project to make Isla Vista a more family-friendly neighborhood, the final I.V. First Friday event...

IV Spotlight: Sweet Alley Steps Up its Game

Joanne Rhee Staff Writer Photo by Frances Castellon, Staff Photographer Sweet Alley has always been a solid post-Freebirds dessert choice on a Friday night. Who can resist...

Download The Latest Issue Of The Bottom Line Volume 5.01

Hello Readers, You can download the latest issue of The Bottom Line in PDF.  You can either view it below or download it to read...

Abu Dubai to Build World’s First Sustainable City by Joshua Kelly

During World War II, the Manhattan Project brought together many of the world's greatest minds and focused their energies on producing an end to...