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Water Sampling Prototype Wins Grand Prize

Shomik Mukherjee Opinions Editor OSMO, a student startup marketing a water sampling device, won the $12,500 grand prize Thursday after six teams of entrepreneurial students competed...

UCSB Engineering Student Passes Away

Gwendolyn Wu Campus Beat Reporter Third-year chemical engineering major Jonah Matthew Lantaya passed away in his home in Goleta on Thursday, Mar. 31. Lantaya was 30...

BCUs Challenge Honoraria Bill Process

Gwendolyn Wu Campus Beat Reporter Associated Students representatives packed the Flying A Room Wednesday night for an emergency A.S. Senate meeting in response to A Bill...

Congressional Hopefuls Court UCSB

Kelsey Knorp National Beat Reporter Student issues were central to Thursday’s congressional debate between seven of the ten candidates running to replace Rep. Lois Capps next...

Open Seat, Open Season

Kelsey Knorp National Beat Reporter Frontrunners for the Central Coast’s congressional seat won’t run unopposed in the upcoming state primary, with challengers from diverse political backgrounds...

Open Seat, Open Season

Kelsey Knorp National Beat Reporter So far, the race to replace Rep. Lois Capps as Santa Barbara’s voice in Congress remains as crowded as the 2016...

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...

Undocumented Student Coalition and AS Senate Take a Stand

Gwendolyn Wu Campus Beat Reporter Members of a campus undocumented student coalition sat through four hours of the Wed., Jan. 13 Associated Students Senate meeting, waiting...

UCSB Student Passes Away in Fatal Train Accident

Gwendolyn Wu Campus Beat Reporter Second year University of California, Santa Barbara student Lillian Feng passed away on Sun., Jan. 10 following a fatal Amtrak train...

Seeing Red: Gun Violence in the United States

Three hundred fifty-five. So far, 2015 has witnessed more mass shootings* than there have been days this year. From the 355 incidents, 462 people were...