With classes just starting, it can seem like Week of Welcome has just been a barrage of preparatory work and entertaining activities. You couldn’t be stressed out already …
Or can you?
A slew of new businesses have recently opened their doors this Fall in downtown Isla Vista, including Crushcakes & Café, Pizza My Heart, Chase Bank, Habit Burger Grill and Angry Wings. Located within the 8,000 square feet of designated retail space on the ground floor of the Loop, Crushcakes & […]
Isla Vista Foot Patrol Lieutenant Ray Vuillemainroy recently spent three weeks in Egypt teaching “Community Policing” to the Egyptian National Police. The Emergence Group — an organization that employs various legal and law enforcement experts to provide country-specific Justice Sector Reform and Democratic Policing programs throughout the world — contacted […]
While state lawmakers met to finalize their portion of next years’ University of California budget, thousands of students, faculty and other community members converged on the Capitol on Monday to rally for revenue-generating alternatives. On the other side of the picket lines, over 100 police officers uniformed in riot gear […]
After going undefeated in six games against some of the strongest teams in the nation, it is official — the Gauchos are the 2011-12 West Coast Roller Hockey League champions. Santa Barbara beat all four other teams invited to the tournament in the round-robin stage on Saturday. First, the Gauchos […]