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UCSB Graduate Students Advocate for Cost-of-Living Adjustment with Sickout

Noe Padilla News Editor Last Wednesday, U.C. Santa Barbara (UCSB) graduate students gathered in a sickout demonstration in which they all called off work sick in...

Governor Newsom Takes Action Regarding Homelessness Crisis

Jade Martinez-Pogue National Beat Reporter On Jan. 10, Governor Gavin Newsom released his proposal for California’s 2020-2021 budget plan. Of the many things Newsom allocated money...

Rock the Vote S.B. Accused of Misleading UCSB Voters

Kyle Dent A.S. Beat Reporter On Jan. 11, the Santa Barbara Student Activist Network accused Rock the Vote S.B. of misleading potential voters to reduce voter...

UCSB Professor Marianne Mithun Elected President of the Linguistic Society of America

Jade Martinez-Pogue National Beat Reporter Marianne Mithun, professor in the linguistics department at U.C. Santa Barbara, was just elected 94th president of the Linguistic Society of...

“Breaking Down Barriers” in Biological Science For Disadvantaged Undergraduates

Lauren Marnel Shores Editor-in-Chief Two U.C. Santa Barbara (UCSB) Maximizing Access to Research Careers (MARC) U*STAR Scholars are working towards empowering disadvantaged students interested in biological...

UCSB’s Writing Program Looks to Make Additions

Madison Kirkpatrick Campus Beat Reporter Earlier this year, UCSB’s Writing Program looked into new additions for the program — for instance, the creation of a major...

Joan Hartmann Runs for Second Term as County of Santa Barbara Third District Supervisor

Jade Martinez-Pogue National Beat Reporter Joan Hartmann has served as the County of Santa Barbara third district supervisor for a term and is running for re-election...

UC Challenges Repeal of DACA at Supreme Court

Dana Dela Cruz Staff Writer WASHINGTON D.C. — The University of California appeared before the Supreme Court on Tuesday, Nov. 12, to challenge the Trump administration’s...

California’s History of Fire Prevention and Safety

Jade Martinez-Pogue National Beat Reporter On Oct. 31, the Maria Fire ignited around 6 p.m. in Ventura County, burning close to 9,500 acres of land previously...

University Silent Regarding Multiple Sexual Assault Cases on Fraternity Property

Kyle Dent A.S. Beat Reporter Since mid-October, students at UCSB have been notified of at least three different instances of sexual assault on fraternity property via...