Gaucho Marks is UCSB’s premier humor conglomerate dedicated to the publication of satirical articles, multimedia, and a biannual print magazine. Our work is predicated on the belief that comedy is integral to a life well-lived. Student Health has called us “An essential tool for curing hangovers, along with a balanced breakfast.” Lighten up, settle down with us, and watch your problems magically disappear.
Editor in Chief: Suzanna Ackroyd
Faculty Advisor: Kay Young
Publicity Coordinators: Caroline Minchella & Stefani Villatoro
University Editor: Lauren Baker
Opinion Editor: Ignacio Vargas
Local Editor: Sandra Linares
Copy Editor: Karsten Kim
Section Editor: Miles Bishop
Writers: Brandon Teran, Karsten Kim, Stefani Villatoro, Stephanie Felix, Sandra Linares, Rebecca Rein, Caroline Minchella, Ryan Bernstein, Ignacio Vargas, Lauren Baker, Suzanna Ackroyd, Miles Bishop
All articles, photos, comics, features, symbols and spaces between letters are entirely fictional and intended for humorous purposes. Any references to actual persons, living or dead, as well as actual entities and institutions are not grounded in fact; all narratives here written have been invented in the minds of people who believe that they are smarter than and superior to the aforementioned persons, entities and institutions. No live animals were harmed during the production of this publication. All published Gaucho Marks material, in print and online, is the property of Gaucho Marks Magazine and cannot be reproduced without the express permission of the Editor in Chief, who will more than likely be zenned out from meditating and therefore grant permission in a delirious state of goodwill.
If you would like to speak with us directly about anything, please feel free to email us at the address below. After putting your name and message on display for the office to ridicule for a few hours, we should contact you pretty quickly. If you feel that the printed word is too feeble and tiny to carry the weight of your message, speak to us in person at our meetings, which take place in South Hall room 1415 at 8 PM on Tuesdays and 7 PM on Thursdays.