Wednesday, October 16th 2019

MCC and Division of Student Affairs Present “Resilient Love”

Austin Sonnier The Resilient Love in a Time of Hate campaign, the brainchild of the Division of Student Affairs and MultiCultural Center, is a conversation...

A.S. Resolution Passed to Expand Resources for Undocumented Students

Minh Hua Staff Writer Associated Students Senate unanimously passed a resolution on Wednesday to allocate funds for expanding legal resources for undocumented students on campus. The resolution,...

New UCSB Library Award to Recognize Undergraduate Research

Arturo Samaniego Co-News Editor The UCSB Library is now rewarding scholarly students with its new Library Award for Undergraduate Research, which seeks to recognize students who...

U-Mail to Migrate Over to Gmail

Victoria Penate Staff Writer On Monday afternoon, UCSB students were notified by email that their U-Mail accounts will be moved from Office 365 onto Connect Google...

UCSB Muslim Students Speak Up about Travel Ban

Linus Li Staff Writer President Trump signed an executive order late last month that temporarily suspended the entry of citizens from seven Muslim-majority countries and banned...

El Congreso Hosts Sit-In at Cheadle Hall for El Centro Space

Madeleine Lee Campus Beat Reporter In the latest piece of a four-month long dialogue, the students of El Congreso staged a sit-in with administrators on...

Law Enforcement Releases Memo on Sexual Assault, Violent Crime Policy

Madeleine Lee Campus Beat Reporter The University of California, Santa Barbara Police Department and the County of Santa Barbara Sheriff’s Office have released an official Memorandum...

UCSB Draws Against Cal Poly in Front of Record Breaking Crowd

Paul Tucker The University of California, Santa Barbara Men’s Soccer Team went into its match versus California State Polytechnic University, San Luis Obispo on Saturday...

Phishing Emails Alarm Students

Dana De La Cruz In a recent wave of phishing attacks, some UCSB students found their U-Mail accounts susceptible to spam emails and scams. Chief Information...

UCSB Employee Passes Away

The Bottom Line Staff Report Alan Anhphi Vu, an Isla Vista resident and UCSB employee, was killed in a car accident on Highway 101 early...