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This Her Campus article by Isabelle Lee (2019) embodies both Isabelle's relatable voice and passion for social commentary. Consisting of both interviews and analysis of male entitlement over women, this article is a strong example of using words as a catalyst for change.
Published in the Artsweek section of the Daily Nexus, Zoe Jones (2019) writes about the music podcast Dissect. She interviewed the host Cole Cuchna and got his insight on music analysis and turning passion projects into a full-time job.
In this article, Naomi Zaldate (2017) broadcasts the grand opening of Kyle’s Kitchen’s second location in downtown Santa Barbara with savory burgers provided for the community. This is one of many articles that Naomi wrote as an intern with The Independent.
In this piece published in the Daily Nexus, Kelli Filbin (2017) elaborates on the gorgeous ambience and delectable foods found at Zaytoon in downtown Santa Barbara.
During her internship for Yardi, Sarah Chan wrote this article about the new era of space exploration with the rise of technology led by both SpaceX and Blue Origin.
Written by Mable Truong (2019) and recognized by Her Campus national as article of the week because of its relevance to the female collegiate audience, this article is basically a description of Mable's Pinterest boards.
This is a story written by Laura Delamare (2016) that was picked up by Yahoo Health. She used annual injury reports from 1997-2014 to calculate the average number of injuries caused by a product in a given year. (Photo by Photo by Henry & Co. on Unsplash.)
While interning at Santa Barbara Magazine, Taylor Johnson (2016) had the opportunity to write a press release on Jennifer Aniston receiving the prestigious Montecito Award.
This piece was written by Matthew Meyer (2016) during his internship with the Daily Nexus. In his article, he discusses the issue of access to the Internet during the Arab Spring. (Photo by John Schnobrich on Unsplash.)
Daniel Carroll (2019) interviews the director of "Spoons," a film that explores how Santa Barbara became the surf industry's Mecca for surfboard innovation. It was chosen to be the featured film for the closing night at the Santa Barbara International Film Festival in 2019.
Austin Fauni (2019) reviews Australian DJ, Flume's, newest mixtape and the visualizer that accompanies it. He discusses Flume's success in championing new sounds and creating a cohesive audible and visual narrative.
During her time as an intern for LoaTree, Alyssa Pace (2016) wrote this piece to encourage others to attend an evening listening to the words of powerful female eco-leaders.
During National Park Week at LoaTree, Alyssa Pace wrote an article highlighting the significance of national parks. (Photo by Hendrik Cornelissen on Unsplash.)