Tuesday, November 19th 2019

UCOP’s Proposed Revisions Set Out to Elucidate Sexual Assault Concerns

Alondra Sierra Isla Vista Beat Reporter The UC Office of the President (UCOP) sent out proposed revisions to the Sexual Violence and Sexual Harassment Policy (SVSH...

UCSB Admits 32.4 Percent of Freshman Applicants

Minh Hua Campus Beat Reporter The University of California admissions remain competitive as recent data reveals a decrease in acceptance rates across the UC system. UCSB’s...

AFSCME Protests Cast Cloud Over UC Regents Meeting

Jacob Wong and Arturo Samaniego National Beat Reporter and News Editor The UC Board of Regents converged at UC San Francisco last Tuesday for its bi-monthly...

New State Budget Plan Means More for UC

Arturo Samaniego National Beat Reporter Governor Jerry Brown’s newly revised budget plan seeks to stave off tuition increases by increasing funding for public higher education. Significant...

News in Brief: May 9 to May 15

CAMPUS A woman reported that a male she didn't know grabbed her buttocks at Campus Point without her consent at 10:20 a.m. Sunday morning, according to...

Regents Meeting Preview: State Audit Woes and Collective Bargaining

Arturo Samaniego National Beat Reporter The University Of California Board of Regents will meet next Tuesday through Thursday at UC San Francisco for their bi-monthly board...

Annual Economic Forecast Summit Talks Trade and Mexico

Peter McMaster Economists, businesspeople, and diplomats gathered in Granada Theater on Tuesday to discuss the findings of the UCSB Economic Forecast Project in global, national,...

News in Brief: May 2 to May 8

ISLA VISTA Three males were stabbed near the intersection of Camino Corto and Estero Rd. around 9 p.m. Wednesday night, according to the Santa Barbara...

D.C. Federal Judge Orders DACA Reopening

Arturo Samaniego National Beat Reporter The Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) has undergone a new change in status with a ruling from a federal judge...

College Outreach Efforts Miss the Diversity Mark, Study Says

Arturo Samaniego National Beat Reporter A new study on college outreach efforts highlights a focus by colleges on targeting wealthy and predominantly white students at the...