Tuesday, December 10th 2019

Parties Gear Up For 2008 AS Elections by AJ Block

Election season turns local this week as the UCSB campus transforms into a sea of giant campaign ads for next year’s Associated Students (A.S.)...

Info Session

This quarter, The Bottom Line is recruiting writers, photographers, artists, and anyone else interested in print media. Please join us on Monday, April 7th, 7pm...

Julius Caesar Comes to Anisq’Oyo Park by Tracy Bueno

Tracy Bueno | The Bottom Line  William Shakespeare has come back with a vengeance, but not in your average enclosed auditorium. On Sunday, March 9, students...

Process Continues for Unpaid Painters by Jennifer Brenes

Unpaid painters of the San Clemente Student Apartments were given a bridge loan by the university on March 10, according to Marc Fisher, Vice...

Santa Barbarans To Hold Annual Anti-War March by Matt Dragomanovich

This Saturday, March 15, the activist group The People's Coalition will be staging a two-day event in downtown Santa Barbara entitled "Five Years Too...

Spring Quarter Class To Highlight Isla Vista History by Sophia Gore Browne

For those Isla Vista loyalists who just can't get enough, there is now a chance to become an expert on some of the more...

IV Free Skool Opens Doors by Alex Day

This weekend, while most people were on their way to the beach, the Isla Vista Community Free Skool was in session. A group of...

¡Salud! Showcases Cuban Doctors Contributions by Nick West

About 400 people filled Campbell Hall on Monday night for an Arts and Lectures screening of ¡Salud!, a documentary about the contributions of Cuban...

UCSB Researchers Shed Light on Dark Matter by Valerie McNutt

In the global race to understand dark matter, the U.S. has once again taken the lead with help from researchers at UCSB. On February 22,...

KCSB to Co-Host Unique Benefit Concert by Matt Dragomanovich

UCSB's independent radio station, KCSB 91.9 FM, and The Scimitar Cooperative have come together to bring Santa Barbara a unique concert of music and...