Tuesday, September 26th 2017

Survivor Will Continue Pursuit of Stronger Sanctions Against Assailant

Kelsey Knorp Isla Vista Beat Reporter Second-year history of public policy and Chican@ studies double major Alejandra Melgoza will continue to pursue negotiations with the University...

UC Community Voices Fee Increase Concerns During Regents Public Comment Session

Lily Cain Associated Students Beat Reporter The University of California Regents Meeting began with a public comment session during which current UC students and recent alumni...

De La Guerra Plaza Graced by the Presence of Dolores Huerta

Longtime activist Dolores Huerta paid De La Guerra Plaza

News in Brief: Nov. 2 to Nov. 8

CAMPUS University of California, Santa Barbara professor Yitang Zhang, who has taught at the university since 2015, has been awarded the Qiu Shi Outstanding Scientist...

Ballot Spotlight: Propositions 65 and 67

Chelsea Viola National Beat Reporter Santa Barbara Mayor Helene Schneider was on campus on Oct. 13 for a Yes on Proposition 67 demonstration hosted by CALPIRG, a...

Santa Barbara Metropolitan Transit District Announces Upcoming Changes

Elisa Lee University of California, Santa Barbara students and Santa Barbara residents attended the Public Transit Forum on Thursday, April 3, in Isla Vista Theater...

New Policies Enacted to Regulate Deltopia, Prevent Local Violence

Kelsey Knorp Isla Vista Beat Reporter In anticipation of the upcoming Deltopia weekend, an array of regulations and programs will be enacted during the first two...

In Remembrance

Hector Sanchez Castaneda Staff Writer Photo by Leah Armer, Staff Photographer University of California, Santa Barbara students, alumni, faculty and staff; along with local law enforcement, Isla...

The Wheels on the Buses Keep on Turning

Giuseppe Ricapito IV Beat Reporter Photo by Magali Gauthier, Photo Editor The buses will continue to run — for now. Gov. Jerry Brown signed roundabout legislation —...

News In Brief: Volume 10, Issue 20

CAMPUS A new Transfer Student Center is now open in the Davidson Library. The new space offers academic advising with two full-time academic counselors, career...