Monday, October 21st 2019

New Bisexuality Course Offered at UCSB Stresses Inclusion and Acceptance

Jessica Reincke Staff Writer For the first time in UCSB history, a full 4 unit course on bisexuality is being taught in the Applied Psychology department...

UCSB Men’s Golf Team Sends First Gaucho to NCAA Championship Tournament

Sarah Renard Contributing Writer  Prior to this year, the UC Santa Barbara’s men’s golf team had yet to see a Gaucho go to the NCAA Championship...

UCSB Students Work to Open New Chapter of National Association of Hispanic Journalists

Madison Kirkpatrick Campus Beat Reporter A group of students at UCSB is working on creating a new chapter of the National Association of Hispanic Journalists (NAHJ)....

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,...

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...

2019 Queer and Transgender People of Color Conference Stresses Inclusion, Acceptance, and Building a...

Noah Treiman Contributing Writer On the weekend of May 18, the Associated Students Queer Commission, in collaboration with the Resource Center for Sexual and Gender Diversity...

Disquantified Conference Provides Context to the Data Associated with College

Minh Hua Campus Beat Reporter Last Thursday and Friday, May 16 and 17, UC Santa Barbara English professor Christopher Newfield and Postdoctoral Scholar Heather Steffen hosted...

UC Academic Lecturers Seek Improved Working Conditions

Jacob Wong National Beat Reporter Academic lecturers play a key role in faculties across the UC system, can be found in any academic department, and teach...

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...

Lean on Me: New Hotline Gives Struggling Students Someone to Talk to

Annie Huang Staff Writer Last Monday, April 29, UCSB opened its own chapter of Lean On Me, a national nonprofit organization that provides anonymous student-to-student text-based...