Saturday, October 21st 2017

March for Science Takes Santa Barbara By Storm

Lauren Marnel Shores On Earth Day, a crowd of 4,000 gathered downtown as the Santa Barbara community showed their support during the Santa Barbara March...

News in Brief: Apr. 19 to Apr. 25

CAMPUS The University of California,Santa Barbara will host the NCAA College Cup — the final four tournaments of men’s Division I soccer — in 2018...

Carbajal Addresses Concerns Regarding Education, Immigration, and Environmental Issues

Maya Chandy The Environmental Affairs Board hosted a town hall discussion with Congressman Salud Carbajal on Tuesday to provide students, faculty, and citizens of California’s...

News in Brief: Apr. 12 to Apr. 16

CAMPUS Second-year history and psychology double-major Parker James Williams passed away near Campus Point and Manzanita Village last Wednesday in what police reported as an...

News in Brief: Mar. 8 to Mar. 14

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...

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...

News in Brief: Mar. 1 to Mar. 7

CAMPUS A UCSB freshman is suing the university after being indefinitely suspended following his arrest last August, the Independent reports. The student was arrested after...

News in Brief: Feb. 22 to Feb. 28

CAMPUS Fourth-year global studies major Anthony “Tony” JianQian Tsang passed away on Wed., Feb. 15, the Office of Student Life announced in an email on...

News in Brief: Feb. 15 to Feb. 21

CAMPUS Gaucho Gaming held the Winter 2017 charity LAN party in Loma Pelona Center this past weekend. This quarter, the esports group hosted its first...

Santa Barbara Educators’ Forecasts on Betsy DeVos

Chelsea Viola National Beat Reporter The resistance of Betsy DeVos’s confirmation as Secretary of the Department of Education was a rock throw short of a riot. Senate...