Monday, July 16th 2018

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...

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,...

Santa Barbara Therapist Launches Sexual Assault Survivor Platform

Sabrina Bui In the wake of the #MeToo movement, a Santa Barbara-based, online platform for sexual assault survivors called MapYourVoice has launched this year. Santa Barbara...

Six Questions with Sofia Collin, Candidate for 37th District Assemblymember

Nkechi Ikem Staff Writer This coming June, UCSB students will have the opportunity to vote in a candidate to represent them and the 37th District in...

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...

News in Brief: April 11 to April 17

CAMPUS In a small hiccup, Associated Student Senate originally failed to pass the Spring 2018 AS elections ballot on April 11 by a vote of...

Proposed SBMTD Changes Will Affect UCSB and SBCC Students Alike

Nkechi Ikem Staff Writer The Santa Barbara Metropolitan Transit District is considering reducing service lines 15x, 20, and 21x. If approved, the changes would go into...

News in Brief: April 4 to April 10

CAMPUS Two town halls are scheduled to take place this week to discuss controversial matters that the student body brought up: a proposed change of...

Charting the Financial Damage of the Thomas Fire

Annette Ding Staff Writer It has been three months since the Thomas Fire spread through Ventura and Santa Barbara counties, charring a record high of 281,893...

New Commuter Train Poses Transportation Alternative for UCSB Staff

Peter Bayerle A new commuter train service running through Santa Barbara and Ventura County opened up on Mon., April 2, making public transit an increasingly...