Sunday, September 24th 2017

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...

Senate Agrees to Condemn Gio’s After Controversial Incident

Lauren Marnel Shores Campus Beat Reporter The Associated Students Senate passed a resolution at its final meeting on Wednesday condemning and recommending a boycott of Giovanni’s...

Swearing in the 2017-2018 A.S. Officials

Gwendolyn Wu Editor-in-Chief At 11:41 p.m. on Wednesday night in the Flying A Room, 25 senators took the oath that officially makes them elected representatives. By...

Community Gathers for Third Anniversary of Tragedy

This story is part of a commemorative issue on the third anniversary of the 2014 Isla Vista killings, where a resident killed six UCSB...

Law Enforcement Releases Memo on Sexual Assault, Violent Crime Policy

Madeleine Lee Campus Beat Reporter The University of California, Santa Barbara Police Department and the County of Santa Barbara Sheriff’s Office have released an official Memorandum...

Student-Run Initiative Rolls Out Free MDMA Test Kits

Andrew Delvasto Staff Writer Ecstasy, molly, MDMA — all names for a drug present at many parties or raves. It goes without saying that these drugs are...

Post-Elections Town Hall Brings to Light Student Concerns

Jack Alegre Staff Writer Students held a town hall on May 19 to reflect on the 2017 Associated Students elections. Participants discussed the election experience and...

Chancellor Endorses Fossil Free Push for Divestment

Lauren Marnel Shores Staff Writer Beginning on Monday at 10 a.m., Fossil Free UCSB organized a sit-in at Cheadle Hall in protest of UC investment in...

BDS Campaign Fails for the Fourth Time

Madeleine Lee Campus Beat Reporter The Boycott, Divestment, Sanctions (BDS) campaign at the University of California, Santa Barbara failed Wednesday night when Associated Students senators voted...

Nikkei Student Union Folds Cranes in Remembrance

Yao Yang Paper cranes have a special place in Japanese culture, as popularized through the story of Sadako Sasaki. After developing leukemia following the atomic...