Sunday, March 26th 2017
Shomik Mukherjee Executive Managing Editor Local politician Jay Freeman suggested Tuesday that George Thurlow set up a student internship program for the Isla Vista Community Services District in order to please donors to the University of California, Santa Barbara. Thurlow responded...
CAMPUS U.S. News and World Report recently ranked the University of California, Santa Barbara, along with several other UC campuses, among the nation’s top graduate programs. Nearly all UC graduate programs were ranked in each discipline, the University of California...
Madeleine Lee and Chelsea Viola Campus and National Beat Reporters At the quarterly meeting of the University of California Board of Regents held from Mar. 14 - 16, issues of affordability and non-resident student enrollment remained at the forefront of legislation...
Michael Lin Staff Writer “Science! Heck, Yeah!” might sound familiar to you in the past few weeks from 30-second YouTube ads (or you might not know due to ad-block). This was the theme song for Alton Brown’s new tour for the...
Chelsea Viola National Beat Reporter Earlier this month, University of California officials proposed a 20 percent limit on nonresident enrollment, with aims to prioritize California applicants. As of 2016, the aggregate nonresident student population across the 10-campus system was 15.5 percent,...
CAMPUS The UCSB Collaborate Student Support Center is opening a new on-campus PrintSpot and Open Access lab this spring in the music building, according to a press release. Each student will be allowed to use their 200 free black-and-white prints...
Kyle Roe Arts & Entertainment Editor Ghostface Killah’s Glorious Days Tour made a stop in Santa Barbara on Mar. 8, bringing slow rolling lyricism over hard-hitting 90’s hip-hop beats to SOhO Restaurant & Music Club’s half-furnished, half-factory-style performance space. The line...
Spencer Wu Staff Writer The Head and the Heart, along with opener New York rock trio Dreamers, is making a stop at Arlington Theater on Apr. 8 to promote their new album Signs of Light and play hit songs from previous ones. The show...
Jennica Martin Staff Writer Last Saturday at the Pollock Theater the Carsey-Wolf Center hosted another Script to Screen event for the sci-fi western television series “Westworld.” After screening episodes 5 and 6 of this show there was a Q&A with the...
Kyle Roe Arts & Entertainment Editor New Zealand director Nikola “Niki” Caro is entering 2017 with a hefty plate on her hands. In addition to directing a new Netflix original series, “Anne,” based on Lucy Maud Montgomery’s novel Anne of Green...