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Thursday, June 4th 2020

Live Coverage and Results of the 2015 AS Elections

Isabelle Geczy News Editor As follows are the results from the 2015 Associated Students elections at the University of California, Santa Barbara. 7:09 PM—The Hub has slowly...

News Wrap-up: Dec. 14 – 19

UC Divests from Private Prisons Amid Student Demands The University of California system has sold an estimated $25 million of its indirect holdings in private...

UC Libraries Plan to Implement Open Access Research

Nkechi Ikem Staff Writer UC Libraries recently published a report detailing strategies to implement open access, suggesting that UC Santa Barbara’s library will be moving to...

Student Regent Jonathan Stein Discusses Proposition 30

Cheyenne Johnson Staff Writer Photo by Caitlin Griffin University of California Student Regent Jonathan Stein visited the UC Santa Barbara campus on Nov. 16 to discuss the...

El Centro Renovation Now On Track to Re-Open in April

Jack Alegre Features Editor UCSB’s El Centro building looks to be nearing completion in time for its projected opening date of April 14. The primary concern...

UCSB Ph.D Student Among Inaugural UC Free Speech Center Class

Xiaotong Zhou Staff Writer The University of California’s National Center for Free Speech and Civic Engagement announced its inaugural class of 10 fellows earlier this month....

Fourth Year UCSB Sociology Student Passes Away

Gwendolyn Wu Executive Content Editor A version of this story appeared in Volume 11, Issue 1 of The Bottom Line based on GoFundMe information. An update...

Shabbat Celebration Brings Community Together With Traditional Food and Rituals

Marissa Perez Staff Writer Photo by Marissa Perez Following last year's packed Shabbat 360, University of California, Santa Barbara's own local Chabad house hosted an even more...

55 Years and Still Rowing Strong: A Spotlight on UCSB’s Rowing Team

Sarah Renard Staff Writer UC Santa Barbara (UCSB) is home to many club and intercollegiate sports. One such sport is UCSB’s crew rowing team, which was...

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...