Saturday, December 7th 2019

Annual ‘Earth Day’ Will Not Save Earth

Jack Betz April 22 was Earth Day. It’s safe to assume that to many, it passed without notice. Earth Day originated in the aftermath of the...

To Surf or Not to Surf After the Rain

Tanner Walker Science & Tech Editor Hillsides above Montecito charred by the Thomas fire gave way after heavy rainfall on Jan. 9, resulting in mud and...

Sustainable Fashion for Unsustainable Students

Lauren Luna Contributing Writer "Fast fashion" has been around since the beginning of mass-produced retail. Coming off the runways and straight onto sale racks, fast fashion...

The Problem With Satire? Us.

Cameron Speltz On Tues., Oct. 13, the Democratic Party held its first debate for the 2016 presidential election. On the following Sat., Oct. 17, Saturday...

A Senior’s Farewell to her College Experience

Count your lasts, soak it in before your college experience is over.

The Buffet of Democratic Opinions

Arturo Samaniego Managing Editor Like an all you can eat buffet, the Democratic primary has provided voters with a variety of options; but like a patron...

Is UCSB’s Party School Reputation Fading?

Tomas Palpallatoc On Sept. 10, U.S. News’ education section revealed their ranking for “2019’s Top Public Colleges and Universities,” on which UCSB placed fifth overall and...

“I’m Not Like Other Girls”

"I'm Not Like Other Girls": The Modern Quirky-Relatable Greaser Girl Lauren Luna Contributing Writer The “I’m not like other girls” cultural phenomenon is a reaction against typically...

Malia Obama is More Than Qualified for the Top Universities

Zoe Manzanetti What college would dare to deny the President’s daughter entry into their school? Apparently, none of them. In an article by NPR earlier...

Extra, Extra! : Journalism’s Place in the Modern Vortex

Sofia Lyon Contributing Writer In a world where information is endlessly and vastly accessible, the role of journalism in delivering truth grows more valuable. With clickbait...