Tuesday, May 22nd 2018

Internet Activity Shouldn’t Be Monitored by A.S. Senate

Carmiya Baskin Associated Students Senators Kian Maalizadeh and Anthony Pimentel wrote “A Resolution Against Cyber Bullying” that passed on Wednesday, April 4. The resolution was...

To Love College and Life

Linus Li Marketing Director My high school graduation was during a hot summer morning in 2014. On the stage, I shook my principal’s sweaty hand, peeked...

Yang Stickers Represent UCSB’s Student Engagement with Administration

Eileen Taing Chancellor Yang is everywhere. Students have recently made the newest iteration of stickers and memes with his face on it. It’s common to...

Religious Persecution: a Non-Issue at UCSB

Jack Alegre Features Editor Many Christians, no matter how rational they may consider themselves to be, have a sneaking suspicion that the Apocalypse is just around...

The New, Expensive Portola Could Threaten UCSB’s Diversity

Addison Morris In fall 2017, UCSB opened its newest dining hall, the modern Portola Dining Commons — the result of $20 million and four years...

Renovating the UCen is Worth the Cost

Stephani Anderson Copy Editor Associated Students President Hieu Le has proposed a renovation for the University Center (UCen), where many students go to grab a bite...

Late Classes Should Never Be the Only Option

Stephani Anderson Copy Editor Surprisingly enough, there are classes starting at 8 p.m. and ending at 10 p.m. at UCSB, which works well for some students...

Keep the Psychology B.A. at UCSB

Xiaotong Zhou The Department of Psychological & Brain Sciences at the University of California, Santa Barbara announced that it will cease to offer a psychology...

Open Letter to Students of Color

Dear Student of Color, I speak to you quietly, as I search for a familiar face in what looks like a sea of white. I...

Don’t be Hard-Headed: Wear Your Helmet

Spencer Wu Copy Editor Ever notice that most University of California, Santa Barbara bikers violate California law by not wearing a helmet? Though helmets do significantly...