Wednesday, October 16th 2019

Former World Bank President Speaks to UCSB Students

Former World Bank President Sir James David Wolfensohn came to UCSB and spoke to a crowd of students.

UCSB Reads Turns Reading into a Communal Experience

UCSB Reads program distributed over 2,000 free copies of the book "The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks"

CAB Has You Covered if You Need a Job

CAB hosts Care Expo to bring student recruiters to campus

Human Rights Week: Health and Humanity

Human Rights Week was held this year on November 15-19

Our New Innovator

Professor Luke Theogarajan wins "The New Innovator" $1.5 million research award

UC Regents Pass Fee Increase

Twenty members of the UC Board of Regents were present to vote on the motion to increase student fees, now called tuition, yet only 5 voted no.

UC Regents Openly Discuss the Possible Fee Increase

The regents are openly discussing the possible 8 percent fee increase before they vote.

UC Regents Meeting Empty of Protesters

Student protesters are a no-show at the UC Board of Regents Meeting at UCSF, Mission Bay this morning

Increased Enrollment of Students From Low-Income Families

UC Newsroom reported an 8% increase in enrolled number of students from low-income families

$500,000 Endowment Given to Capps Center

Walter H. Capps Center for the Study Ethics, Religion and PUblic LIfe recently received a $500,000 endowment from Sara Miller McCune.