Saturday, August 17th 2019

Obama Uses New Media For Youth Vote by AJ Block

How did Barack Obama go from a minor presidential hopeful to becoming a realistic contender? While many factors have been attributed to this shift,...

Santa Barbara Earth Day Festival Promotes Local Bands

Held on April 21-22, the Santa Barbara community came together for its annual Earth Day celebration. Founded

UC Santa Barbara Fails Public Records Audit Report

UCSB fails Californians Aware audit, find out why

A.S. Bike Shop Grand Reopening

Alyctra Matsushita UCSB is known for its sunny days, warm climate, and tons of bicyclists all around campus. The Grand Reopening of the AS...

New Noise Music Conference & Festival Takes Over Santa Barbara

Jordan Wolff Promotion & Distribution Director Photos by Lorenzo Basilio This weekend Santa Barbara was bombarded with a wave of local and up-coming music for all sorts...

Coffee Organiks is Sure to Perk Isla Vistans Up

Charles Stock Staff Writer Coffee Organiks, one of the newest businesses to arrive in Isla Vista, offers affordable, authentic, 100 percent organic South American coffee –...

Lemon Festival Squeezes the Best Out of Goleta Valley

Jack Betz Staff Writer In an era where it seems that every item of produce has earned its own multi-day celebration (garlic in Gilroy, artichokes in...

Queer Wedding Invites Gauchos to ‘Taste the Rainbow’

Gay, straight and lesbian couples united on the steps of Storke Tower

Adventure Program Delivers Flora, Fauna, and Free Beer by Jake Haskell

My trip began at 5 o’clock a.m., one hung-over morning after partaking in too much of everything nice. I roused my roommate from his...

Janet Afary Leads Iranian Studies Initiative Expansion

Leilani Riahi The Iranian Studies Initiative of the University of California, Santa Barbara, founded in 2010, has been expanding its departmental presence within the university,...