Thursday, February 21st 2019

#MeToo Movement More Relevant Than Ever

Charles Stock Over the course of the past year, the #MeToo movement has made global headlines and has led to the fall of a number...

Top 10 Places to Visit In and Around Campus

Addison Morris Arts and Entertainment Editor Have you been looking for some good study spots or great food at UCSB? Are you wondering whether you should...

Editorial: More Costly than it Seems

The Bottom Line Editorial Board 2017-2018 This year’s Associated Students election will present UCSB students with a rare opportunity to dramatically increase student fees which...

Million Student March Fails to Deliver Real Change

Chelsea Viola The Million Student March (MSM) has rocked the University of California, Santa Barbara campus with four bold demands: free college tuition, the cancellation...

The Unfortunate Toxicity of A.S. Elections

Aurash Jalalian Staff Writer Spring quarter brings many unique things to the oceanside campus of the University of California, Santa Barbara. Spring Insight, Deltopia and even...

The Recourse for Major Woes

Peter Duffy Nothing is worse than being told you can’t do something. When I was kid, someone told me that I would never go to...

UC Audit Puts Profits Ahead of Students

Aurash Jalalian Staff Writer On March 29, California State Auditor released a one-hundred-plus page audit revealing that the UCs were making the college application process more...

AEPi Poster is a Half-Baked, Sexist Effort

Zoe Manzanetti Staff Writer Spring Rush is an even better excuse to bust out the chubbies, flip-flops, backward hats, bro-tanks and misogynistic posters. Well, that is,...

How Millennials Read the News

Madeleine Lee Staff Reporter Google the word “millenial” and it will politely tell you that you spelled it wrong. Google the word “millennial,” with two n’s...

The Merits of Civil Protest at UCSB

Teni Adedeji The recent University of California, Santa Barbara career fair drew protesters from the Latinx community and its allies, as many stood holding signs...