Friday, November 22nd 2019

Tiny Homes for Huge Problems: Santa Barbara’s Plan to Tackle Homelessness

Hannah Maerowitz Science & Tech Editor Initially adopted by minimalists, tiny houses are now mainstream. They can be found on Airbnb or seen scattered around cities....

Police Ticketing Enforcement in Isla Vista Needs Reform

Addison Morris Arts & Entertainment Editor I get it. We’re a nation of laws. Without laws, society devolves into anarchy. And laws that aren’t enforced end...

Nike is More Than Just a Brand

Spencer Wu Senior Copy Editor Athletes on the biggest and brightest stages are in the public eye. As a result, their opinions matter and have a...

UCSC’s Housing Crisis: A Cautionary Tale

Madison Kirkpatrick There are several factors that go into making a student’s college experience special: quality of education, level of student engagement, and, most importantly,...

Letter to a Freshman

Minh Hua Campus Beat Reporter Dear freshman student, If you are reading this letter, then there is a high chance that you are quivering in fear of...

New Award Category Planned for the Oscars to Recognize Blockbusters

Minh Hua Campus Beat Reporter On August 8, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences announced via Twitter that it plans to design a new...

#SaveStudentNewsrooms: The Value of Student Journalism

The Bottom Line Editorial Board 2017-2018 Unfortunately, dark times for student media around the country drove The Bottom Line to publish its second editorial in...

The Flu Shot Less Taken

Shomik Mukherjee Opinions Editor For five cold, miserable days last February, I was pinned — quite literally — to the sheets of my bed. It was...

Don’t Celebrate Yet: The War on Drugs is Far From Over

Dhiraj Nallapaneni Staff Writer Illustration by Amy Chase, Staff Illustrator Recently, the state of Oregon took the step of expunging past marijuana citations from its citizens’ records....