Sunday, September 22nd 2019

UC Regents Votes to Raise Nonresident Tuition

Jacob Wong National Beat Reporter On Thursday, May 16, the UC Board of Regents voted to raise nonresident student tuition by 2.6 percent ($762) annually during...

UCSB Lobby Corps Fights for Food Security and Summer Financial Aid

Madison Kirkpatrick Campus Beat Reporter A subgroup of Associated Students, UCSB’s Lobby Corps, is a political student group on campus that seeks to unite activism, professionalism,...

UCSB Student Dies Under Contradictory Circumstances

Hector Sanchez Castaneda Isla Vista Beat Reporter Photos by Benjamin Hurst, Photo Editor, and Mathew Burciaga, Executive Managing Editor Andres “Andy” Esteban Sanchez, a second year pre-biology...

Financial Implications on the Line for Mapache Mascot Advocates

Minh Hua Staff Writer The Students for Mascot Change held a public forum on April 13 at the Student Resource Building multipurpose room to listen to...

Engaging Humanities Program Launches, Aiming to Increase Student Success in the Humanities

Annie Huang Staff Writer With majors in humanities on a nationwide decline, the Engaging Humanities program aims to inform incoming UCSB freshman and transfer students about...

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...

UC-HBCU Initiative Aims to Increase African American Representation in UC Graduate Programs

Jacob Wong National Beat Reporter This summer, a cohort of 26 students from across the country will come to UCSB as participants in the UC-HBCU Initiative,...

Napolitano’s Emails Complicate State Audit Investigation

Chelsea Viola National Beat Reporter Emails between the Office of the President and UC administrations have revealed undisclosed communication that contradicts President Janet Napolitano’s denial that...

UCSB Reads 2019: “The Best We Could Do,” an Illustrated Memoir by Thi Bui

Minh Hua Campus Beat Reporter Thi Bui, author of the 2019 UCSB Reads book "The Best We Could Do," visited Campbell Hall last Thursday, April 25,...

Fundraiser Started for Elote Man’s Food Truck Permits

Minh Hua MUJER de UCSB started a GoFundMe campaign earlier this month to help Hijinio Camacho, or the elote man, acquire the proper food...