Tuesday, November 12th 2019

Economic Forecast Highlights County “Unequality”

Jeremy Levine Staff Writer Businesspeople from across the country came to hear nonpartisan professionals give global, national and local economic diagnoses at this year’s annual summit...

Senate Resolves to Condemn Anti-Semitism

Lauren Marnel Shores Campus Beat Reporter Associated Students Senate unanimously passed a resolution condemning anti-Semitism and hate speech on Wednesday. The resolution, which L&S Senator Brooke...

Recent Heat Waves Related to Global Climate Change, California Rain Cycle Affected

Nicholas Hong Sporadic climate changes are common in the state of California, but busy day-to-day life and activities that ignore the potential consequences on the...

Basketball, False Alarms, and Nuclear Warheads

Melissa Magana When the state of Hawaii went through its infamous false missile alert on Jan. 13, the University of California, Santa Barbara’s very own...

Violent Altercation Breaks Out in IV, Provoked By Homophobic Remarks

Marissa Perez Staff Writer Photo by John Clow Violence broke out in Isla Vista on Trigo Road Friday, April 26, following one student directing homophobic comments toward...

A ‘Safe Space’ for Santa Catalina Residents

Dhiraj Nallapaneni Photo by Frances Castellon, Staff Photographer This fall, incoming Santa Catalina residents will find a brand new Multicultural Center called "Safe Space" within their dorm,...

Financial Feasibility Report: Can IV Sustain Self-Governance?

Hector Sanchez Castaneda Isla Vista Beat Reporter Photos by Madeleine Lee The consulting firm Economics & Planning Systems, Inc. (EPS), in collaboration with Berkson Associates, presented their...

News in Brief: Mar. 8 to Mar. 14

CAMPUS The UCSB Collaborate Student Support Center is opening a new on-campus PrintSpot and Open Access lab this spring in the music building, according to...

Protesting Sweatshops, Students ‘Die’ In Front of UCEN

Hector Sanchez Castaneda Staff Writer Photo by Leah Armer, Staff Photographer To inform students about the conditions that workers in the garment industry experience in locations like...

UCSB Alumna Kelly Pearman Passes Away

Gwendolyn Wu Editor-in-Chief Kelly Pearman, a recent University of California, Santa Barbara alumna, passed away at 22 years old in late July.  Originally from Morgan Hill, Calif.,...