Friday, May 24th 2019

Legendary Jazz Festival Makes SB Debut by Stephanie Smyth

On Monday, January 14, Campbell Hall was filled with soothing jazz tunes and energetic improvisation. The Monterey Jazz Festival All-Star Band made their first...

Santa Barbara Armenians Remember Genocide Nanor Balabanian

With the soft duduk playing in the background and the dimly lit candle illuminating the theater, the stage was set and ready to for...

Insurify Ranks UCSB “Most Dangerous University”

Jacob Wong National Beat Reporter UCSB received a dubious distinction last week when it ranked #1 in Insurify’s rankings of The 20 most dangerous universities in...

AS Senate Discusses UC Worker Demands, Disabled Student Transportation, and UCSA IGNITE

Kelsey Knorp AS Beat Reporter Associated Students Senate passed resolutions regarding a variety of issues at its final meeting of the quarter on Wednesday, Nov. 20....

Isla Vista Peace Conference: There’s Still Hope

Andrea Vallone Staff Writer Photos by Diane Ng, Staff Photographer As news of last week’s Deltopia fiasco has been steadily spreading throughout the country, students and members...

News in Briefs: May 25 to May 31

CAMPUS The University of California, Santa Barbara’s Gevirtz Graduate School of Education collaborated with Girls Inc. of Greater Santa Barbara to found the Curie-osity Project,...

IVCSD Hosts Public Forum to Determine 2019-2020 Budget Allocations

Alondra Sierra Isla Vista Beat Reporter Isla Visa locals gathered in the Isla Vista Community Room on the evening of Tuesday, April 9, to discuss how...

ASA Students Protest In Silence for Armenian Genocide Recognition

Josh Goodmacher Student protesters from the Armenian Student Association gathered at the eternal flame last Thursday, Jan. 31, with red tape covering their mouths to...

News Briefs – Wed. Feb 17- Tues. Feb 23

CAMPUS The University of California, Santa Barbara Alumni Association elected their newest UC Regent, Fran Mancia of the class of 1980, to serve as one of...

Fast Food Causes Depression, Studies Say

Two seperate studies find link between the consumption of fast food and depression.