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Saturday, July 11th 2020

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...

UCSB Classes Canceled Amid ‘Very Unhealthy’ Air Quality

Gwendolyn Wu and Shomik Mukherjee Editor-in-Chief and News Editor UPDATE Dec. 7, 7:10 p.m.: Chancellor Henry T. Yang has announced all Friday classes at UCSB are canceled,...

Students Question Motivation Behind Film Set Controversy

Lacy Wright and David Wills Staff Writers On the morning of Sunday, January 24, African-American professional actor Jihad Reeves walked into the bathroom on the second...

Protesters Urge Merced Police to ‘Drop the Charges’ Against Arrested Black Students

Shomik Mukherjee News Editor Nearly 30 students and staff members marched in protest Thursday afternoon across campus after an incident near UC Merced led to the...

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...

UCSB Receives EPA ‘Excellence in Green Power Use Award’

The Bottom Line Staff Report The Environmental Protection Agency awarded the University of California for its commitment to green energy with the Excellence in Green...

UCOP’s Proposed Revisions Set Out to Elucidate Sexual Assault Concerns

Alondra Sierra Isla Vista Beat Reporter The UC Office of the President (UCOP) sent out proposed revisions to the Sexual Violence and Sexual Harassment Policy (SVSH...

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...

Amazon Storefront Opens in Isla Vista

Joanne Rhee Staff Writer A new Amazon storefront on 6533 Trigo Road is likely to be a convenient addition to Isla Vista’s oceanfront community. The storefront...

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...