Saturday, April 20th 2019

SecretPost App Aids in Fight Against Oppressive Governments

Jacob Wong National Beat Reporter A team of computer science and communications researchers at UCSB have developed an app that seeks to aid oppressed groups in...

Regents and Unions Clash on UC Employment

Kelsey Knorp National Beat Reporter At the start of the Regents’ morning session on July 22, UC President Janet Napolitano announced the pending implementation of her...

Uncertain Financial Future for NPR and KCRW

Ethan Jones Staff Writer In his recent address to Congress, President Donald Trump announced a new budget which aims to increase defense funds while slashing money...

UC Regent Bonnie Reiss Passes Away

Arturo Samaniego National Beat Reporter University of California regent Bonnie Reiss passed away April 3 at the age of 62. Reiss was battling cancer, according to...

UC Regents Will Vote on Tuition Increase

Chelsea Viola National Beat Reporter The University of California Board of Regents have scheduled a vote on a 2.5 percent tuition increase for the first time...

Plains Pipeline Questioned in Oversight Hearing

Gilberto Flores News Editor Photo by Benjamin Hurst, Photo & Multimedia Editor Several parties involved in the cause, response, and clean up of the Refugio Oil Spill...

Undocumented Student Coalition and AS Senate Take a Stand

Gwendolyn Wu Campus Beat Reporter Members of a campus undocumented student coalition sat through four hours of the Wed., Jan. 13 Associated Students Senate meeting, waiting...

Santa Barbara Says #ShellNo to Arctic Drilling

Mathew Burciaga Executive Managing Editor Local residents, environmental activists, and government officials rallied at Goleta Beach this past Saturday, July 18 in protest of Shell’s proposed...

Oklahoma Senators Reverse Opinion on Federal Relief Aid to Request Funding for Tornado Relief

Julian Moore National Beat Reporter After a string of disastrous tornadoes ripped through their home state this week, Oklahoma Sens. Tom Coburn (R-OK) and Jim Inhofe...

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...