Saturday, January 20th 2018

New UC Free Speech Center Brings Back Old Memories to UCSB

The Bottom Line Staff Report When University of California President Janet Napolitano announced on Oct. 26 the opening of The National Center for Free Speech...

News in Brief: Nov. 1 to Nov. 7

CAMPUS Libertarian student organization Young Americans for Liberty will host a public debate on Wednesday about whether abortion is an ethical practice. The event, titled “The...

Solidarity Event Planned After Texas Shooting

Shomik Mukherjee News Editor University of California, Santa Barbara students will convene in solidarity on Tuesday at the MultiCultural Center after a mass shooting at a...

Male Victim Reports Sexual Assault Attempt in UCSB Restroom

Shomik Mukherjee News Editor A male suspect alledgedly attempted to sexually assault another man on Oct. 25 in a restroom at Girvetz Hall. The suspect allegedly...

UCSB Professors on Teaching Under Trump

Dylan Goldman University of California, Santa Barbara professors have mixed feelings about the past year, with the one-year anniversary of the election of President Donald...

News in Brief: Oct. 25 to Oct. 31

CAMPUS The Associated Students Senate approved at the Oct. 25 meeting a wellness vending machine containing contraceptive products that will be built at the...

College of Creative Studies Celebrates 50 Years

Annette Ding The College of Creative Studies (CCS) has entered its 50th year at the University of California, Santa Barbara. From its roots as a...

SBCC Students Arrested on Suspicion of Attempted Burglary

Shomik Mukherjee News Editor Two Santa Barbara City College students were arrested Monday on suspicion of an attempted burglary at the Tropicana Gardens apartments, authorities confirmed. Anthony...

The Bottom Line Wins First National Awards

Gwendolyn Wu Editor-in-Chief The Bottom Line received its first national awards at the ACP/CMA National College Media Convention in Dallas, Texas on Saturday. Gwendolyn Wu and Shomik Mukherjee,...

New Bioengineering Building Opens, Webb Hall Bicycle Path Re-Opens

Shomik Mukherjee News Editor Few University of California, Santa Barbara students remember a time when the bicycle path south of the UCSB library and west of...