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Sunday, October 25th 2020

California: The Gilded State – Study Ranks State No. 23 In The Nation

Chelsea Viola National Beat Reporter A recent study issued by the U.S. News and World Report ranked California No. 23 in the nation based on an...

Coders Get Down to Business at Fourth Annual SBHacks

Yane An Despite transportation difficulties with Highway 101, the fourth annual SBHacks provided an educational, innovative space for students interested in STEM while also experiencing...

UCSB Graduate Division Hosts Workshops on Interdisciplinary Collaboration

Xander Apicella Last week, UCSB Graduate Division welcomed Mary Robson, a creative facilitator from Durham University, to lead a series of workshops for students and...

LOCAL Fails to Excite Santa Barbara Restauranteurs

Jack Shea Staff Writer California senator Scott Weiner is pushing for late-night California restaurant and nightclub sales with a new bill: the Let Our Communities Adjust...

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...

A.S. Senate Votes to Make SAT/ACT Reporting Optional for Future Admissions

Minh Hua Campus Beat Reporter Associated Students Senate passed a resolution last Wednesday in support of making the report of standardized test scores such as the...

Panel Educates Students on Emergency Responses

Morgan Azevedo Zeta Beta Tau hosted a panel to inform students about the importance of calling 911 in the case of alcohol and drug-related emergencies...

UC Campus World Rankings Drop

Arturo Samaniego National Beat Reporter The University of California has experienced a drop in standing in the Quacquarelli Symonds World University Rankings by Subject. The Quacquarelli...

Student Activist Network Hosts Speakers For Annual Convention

Dylan Goldman Organizers at the Santa Barbara Student Activist Network (SAN) hosted speakers representing a myriad of causes, including black, undocumented, Arab-American, and other forms...

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...