Monday, August 21st 2017

Lake Cachuma Sits at Below 40 Percent Capacity, Affects Santa Barbara County Communities

Julia Frazer Staff Writer Lake Cachuma, an artificial lake located in the Santa Ynez Valley of central Santa Barbara County, is sitting at approximately 38 percent....

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...

Three UCSB Fraternities Now Shut Down

Kelsey Knorp Isla Vista Beat Reporter When the University of California, Santa Barbara chapter of Nu Alpha Kappa lost its campus recognition in March, it marked...

Student Files Sexual Assault Complaint Against UC Regents

Gwendolyn Wu Campus Beat Reporter A University of California, Santa Barbara student filed a complaint for damages against the University of California Board of Regents on...

News in Brief: Feb. 1 to Feb. 7

CAMPUS Chancellor Henry T. Yang, along with 47 university presidents, sent a letter to President Donald Trump on Feb. 2 urging him to rectify or rescind...

Santa Barbara Residents Endeavor to Stand with Standing Rock

Aryana Sherzai Staff Writer After months of impassioned protests, resistance against the controversial Dakota Access Pipeline continues to grow. Across the nation, people are voicing their...

Santa Barbara Homelessness Statistics Released

Common Ground releases statistics about homelessness in Santa Barbara.

Dos Pueblos Students Join UCSB in Second Anti-Trump Rally

Madeleine Lee Campus Beat Reporter In the flurry of emotions that dominated the day for many University of California, Santa Barbara students, campus faculty and local...

Bridging the Gap Between Community and Police

Hector Sanchez Castaneda Isla Vista Beat Reporter The Isla Vista Community Services District (CSD) has the power to contract with the Santa Barbara County Sheriff’s Office...

Local Golf Course to be Returned to Natural State, UCSB and TPL Join Forces

Patrick Sheehan Staff Writer Photo by John Clow In the 1960s, developers filled the wetlands of the Devereux Slough with topsoil to build a golf course. A...