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Ballot Spotlight: Prop 64

Chelsea Viola National Beat Reporter The legalization of marijuana reaches the California ballot box yet again––Proposition 64, also known as the California Legalization Initiative, will be...

I.V. Community Brainstorms Noise Ordinance Solutions

Maddie Lee Campus Beat Reporter In Isla Vista, beachfront property comes with its set of drawbacks. Thursday night’s second noise ordinance meeting, in a series of...

Gender-Inclusive Restrooms Open on Campus

Madeleine Lee Campus Beat Reporter In an effort to increase campus accessibility, the University of California, Santa Barbara has announced the installation of 60 new single-stall...

New Program Aims to Increase Black Student Outreach

Michael Lin The newly formed Black Student Engagement Program has committed itself to aiding black students at the University of California, Santa Barbara during the...

Gauchos Get Fed: University Food Security Initiatives Take Off

Madeleine Lee Campus Beat Reporter For the last five years, Tuyen Nguyen has been feeding Gauchos by the thousands through the Associated Students Food Bank. What...

Men’s and Women’s Swim Teams Receive Suspensions After Hazing Incident

Shomik Mukherjee Executive Managing Editor Both the Men’s and Women’s Swim teams at the University of California, Santa Barbara have received sanctions following a hazing incident,...

UCSA Launches Dual Campaigns

Chelsea Viola National Beat Reporter The University of California Student Association revealed the launch of two campaigns for the 2016-2017 academic year at the Student Organizing...

UCSB Students Participate in National Dakota Access Pipeline Protest

Chelsea Viola National Beat Reporter The Dakota Access Pipeline has been the center of controversy for several months—since April 2016 the Standing Rock Sioux tribe has...

News in Brief: September 1 to September 21

Campus Chancellor Henry Yang and Associated Students President Austin Hechler welcomed the class of 2020 on Sep. 19 in front of the university's iconic Campus...

Student Health Offers Prepaid Access Plan to Fill Student ‘GAPs’

Gwendolyn Wu Executive Content Editor When September rolls around, many University of California, Santa Barbara students scramble to get their paperwork in order before the school...