Sunday, August 25th 2019

UCSB Men’s Golf Team Sends First Gaucho to NCAA Championship Tournament

Sarah Renard Contributing Writer  Prior to this year, the UC Santa Barbara’s men’s golf team had yet to see a Gaucho go to the NCAA Championship...

UCSB Students Work to Open New Chapter of National Association of Hispanic Journalists

Madison Kirkpatrick Campus Beat Reporter A group of students at UCSB is working on creating a new chapter of the National Association of Hispanic Journalists (NAHJ)....

UC Regents Votes to Raise Nonresident Tuition

Jacob Wong National Beat Reporter On Thursday, May 16, the UC Board of Regents voted to raise nonresident student tuition by 2.6 percent ($762) annually during...

UC Academic Lecturers Seek Improved Working Conditions

Jacob Wong National Beat Reporter Academic lecturers play a key role in faculties across the UC system, can be found in any academic department, and teach...

UCSB Lobby Corps Fights for Food Security and Summer Financial Aid

Madison Kirkpatrick Campus Beat Reporter A subgroup of Associated Students, UCSB’s Lobby Corps, is a political student group on campus that seeks to unite activism, professionalism,...

A Brief History of UC Tuition

Lauren Marnel Shores Campus Beat Reporter Not too many people today remember a time when the University of California was free for California residents to attend....

UCSB Admits More Out-of-State Students, Fewer California Residents to 2017-18 Freshman Class

Lauren Marnel Shores Campus Beat Reporter The University of California, Santa Barbara admitted more out-of-state students and fewer California residents to its 2017-18 freshman class, according...

UCSB Admits 32.4 Percent of Freshman Applicants

Minh Hua Campus Beat Reporter The University of California admissions remain competitive as recent data reveals a decrease in acceptance rates across the UC system. UCSB’s...

Pro-Divestment Wall in Arbor Met With Opposing Views

Bailee Abell Staff Writer Students for Justice in Palestine erected a wall in the Arbor this week to advocate for the divestment from companies that...

Push for Open Access Publishing Might Leave Elsevier in the Dust

Minh Hua Campus Beat Reporter Negotiations between the University of California (UC) and scholarly journal publisher Elsevier for a new contract are approaching its termination, as...