Tuesday, December 10th 2019

Voter Registration, Lowered Course Reader Costs on Senate Table

Madeleine Lee Campus Beat Reporter Associated Students Senators sat down Wednesday night to tackle a full roster of legislation at their fourth meeting of the...

Senate Faces Criticism Over QComm Legislation, President Vetoes

Gwendolyn Wu AS Beat Reporter Following a discussion with Associated Students Queer Commission and criticism from AS Attorney General Hector Contreras at an emergency meeting of...

Pay Cuts Directly Affect UC’s Lowest Paid Workers

Judy Lau For the second time this year, the University of California system has rejected the collective bargaining process and fought against the worker’s union...

Students Take Action in Downtown Los Angeles

A hundred students protest fee hikes in front of Governor Browns' office in Los Angeles

Well-Known Local Businesses Go Under by Jennifer Pascuali

Over the past few months, a number of local businesses frequented by UCSB students have terminated.  One of the first to close was on the...

UCSB Professor Shuji Nakamura Wins Nobel Prize in Physics

Judy Lau Staff Writer Photo by Mathew Burciaga, Layout EditorThe 2014 Nobel Prize in Physics has been awarded to Shuji Nakamura, professor of Materials, Electrical, and...

Government Shuts Down Due to Severe Bipartisanship

Allyson Werner National Beat Reporter Illustration by Silvia Quach, Staff Illustrator The United States government shut down on Monday, Sept. 30, when the Republican-controlled House and the...

Student Rally for U.S. Demilitarization in Afghanistan

By Jillian Brown On Wednesday, October 7, 2009, two UCSB students staged an anti-war rally in the Arbor to protest United States involvement in the...

UC Proposes Cap on Nonresident Students

Chelsea Viola National Beat Reporter Earlier this month, University of California officials proposed a 20 percent limit on nonresident enrollment, with aims to prioritize California applicants....

Health Care Site Experiences Severe Glitches

Allyson Werner National Beat Reporter Controversy over the Affordable Care Act, also known as Obamacare, and its accompanying website has plagued Congress since the federal government...