Articles written by: Maya Salmon

Letters to the Editor / Opinion

Come One, Come All! The IV Housing Circus Is Back In Town

With Community Housing Office (CHO) as your ringleader, you won’t get “clowned” during the Isla Vista housing shuffle. Here are some dos and don’ts regarding choosing roommates, finding a place and signing a lease: DO attend CHO’s Rental Faire (11am-2pm at the Arbor Walk) THIS THURSDAY. This is an event […]

Letters to the Editor / Opinion

Whether You’re on Your Roof or Your Rent Is Through It, CHO Is Here with Answers

When is the best time to start searching for housing in Isla Vista? We’ve all heard “the early bird gets the worm,” but when it comes to housing for next year in I.V. and all of the other options you might want to consider, there are plenty of plump, juicy […]

Letters to the Editor / Opinion

Freshmen, All Aboard! UCSB Housing Coordinator Offers Tips for Smooth Sailing Roommate-ships

The warm breeze, the ocean views, the scent of salt water as it mixes with the morning fog… Ahhh yes, summer in Santa Barbara. Don’t let moving in with your new roommates become a cold, unwelcome splash in the face! Whether you are moving into a university residence hall, a […]

Community Housing Office / Online / Opinion

Go Green or Go Home

Although Earth Day is not until April, Community Housing Offices likes to be ahead of the game and celebrate Going Green during March, when wearing green for St. Patrick’s Day makes us think of going green in our rental homes. Although renters may feel that they have less of an […]

Community Housing Office / Online / Opinion

Roommateships with BFFs

Valentine’s Day isn’t just for romantic relationships. Community Housing Office (CHO) is going to take this time to address some of those other wonderful relationships in your life- your friends! Does Best Friend = Best Roommate? You know your best friend’s heartbreaks and crushes, most embarrassing Isla Vista moments, wild […]