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Friday, February 28th 2020

Hollister Target Meets the Mark

Sheila Tran Senior Copy Editor On Sunday, Oct. 20, Target held its long-awaited grand opening. Located on Hollister Avenue, the new Target store takes over the location...

UCSB Administration Allegedly Plans to Hide Instructor Names on GOLD in Future Quarters

Krystal Chen Staff Writer According to a recent post on the subreddit r/UCSantaBarbara, a well-connected faculty member has exposed that the UCSB school board plans to...

Tap into Tarot for Lessons in Life

Raymond Matthews Opinions Editor A quick guide to tarot: When selecting a card, it’s best not to overthink it. Just pick whichever card resonates with you...

UCSB Black Student’s Survival Guide

Raymond Matthews Opinions Editor All things considered, UCSB provides multiple resources and tools that are meant to make black students feel supported and integrated into the...

Faux-gue: Like Vogue, but….. Worse

Raymond Matthews Opinions Editor AirPods: This accessory is the perfect way to distinguish yourself from those wired plebeians and those unfortunate *insert disgusted, bourgeoisie glare*...

Letter to the Editor: Using Tax Revenue from Legal Cannabis to Address the College...

Lurking beneath the ballooning student debt crisis is a shadow crisis of ever-growing non tuition costs, ranging from housing to food to textbooks. These...

What It Means to be on the International Student Advisory Board

Phuong Bui Contributing Writer I still remember my very first day in the US as an international student, when I got so confused at the cashier...

It’s More than Getting a Job in the United States

Joyce Lu Contributing Writer It has been almost three years since I first left my home country, Taiwan, a place I call home, which is filled...

Ten Tips to Survive Finals Season

Melissa Magana Contributing Writer My fellow Gauchos, the unholiest of seasons is upon us: finals. Luckily, I’ve put together ten tips on how to get through...

The Problems That International Students Face

Erika Shinoda Contributing Writer Hello! My name is Erika Shinoda. I was born and raised in Japan in a very rural area where no one could...