Monday, November 20th 2017

SBCC Students Arrested on Suspicion of Attempted Burglary

Shomik Mukherjee News Editor Two Santa Barbara City College students were arrested Monday on suspicion of an attempted burglary at the Tropicana Gardens apartments, authorities confirmed. Anthony...

Amid Political Tension in Russia, Napolitano Will Lead Olympic Delegation

Evelin Lopez Staff Writer In less than a month, University of California President Janet Napolitano will be leading the United States Olympic delegation to Sochi, Russia,...

University of California Sued For Not Hiring Disabled Students

Alexander Stern, a University of

Saosin Digs Fellow Performers And College Audience by Tracy Bueno

Before going on stage and rocking out, I managed to interview Saosin, a rock band part of this year’s Extravaganza Festival at Harder Stadium. I...

UC Regents Fund Undocumented Initiative, Hear Katehi Defense

Kelsey Knorp Contributing Writer University of California President Janet Napolitano announced a new three-year phase of her Undocumented Students Initiative at the Wednesday session of May’s...

New Program Aims to Increase Black Student Outreach

Michael Lin The newly formed Black Student Engagement Program has committed itself to aiding black students at the University of California, Santa Barbara during the...

News in Brief: Mar. 1 to Mar. 7

CAMPUS A UCSB freshman is suing the university after being indefinitely suspended following his arrest last August, the Independent reports. The student was arrested after...

IVP Candidates Push Senate Reform, Improved Campus Resources

Shomik Mukherjee Opinions Editor Write-in independent candidates for Associated Students Internal Vice President (IVP) spoke at a forum on Tuesday, April 12, focusing on Senate reform...

Interview: JP Primeau

POSITION: President PARTY: Open People's Party (OPP) YEAR: Third MAJOR: Pharmacology and Business Economics 1) Where do you think AS has the most room for improvement? Associated Students...