Saturday, December 7th 2019

Annual ‘Earth Day’ Will Not Save Earth

Jack Betz April 22 was Earth Day. It’s safe to assume that to many, it passed without notice. Earth Day originated in the aftermath of the...

Is UCSB’s Party School Reputation Fading?

Tomas Palpallatoc On Sept. 10, U.S. News’ education section revealed their ranking for “2019’s Top Public Colleges and Universities,” on which UCSB placed fifth overall and...

Op-Ed: Why We Have Not Yet Published Anything on the Isla Vista Shooting

This post was updated on May 28, 2014. As The Bottom Line Editorial Board, we would like to address the inaccuracies in this Op-Ed, clarify...

To Text or Not to Text: For Girls There is No Question

Guys Text Vs Girls Text.

Was This Year’s BDS Resolution a Guerrilla Effort?

Carmiya Baskin Staff Writer This year’s Boycott, Divestment, Sanctions resolution, called the Responsible Investments Resolution, appears like it was put on the agenda at the last...

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...

What It Means to be on the International Student Advisory Board

Phuong Bui Contributing Writer I still remember my very first day in the US as an international student, when I got so confused at the cashier...

The University of California System Needs Affirmative Action

Jessica Gang Opinions Editor Over the past few weeks, the court case SFFA v. Harvard has dominated national headlines and forced the issue of admissions-based affirmative...

Why Tortilla-Throwing at Soccer Games is Great

As the ball slips past the fingers of the flailing goalie

The True Cost of Online Education

Jack Alegre Staff Writer The internet was a truly revolutionary invention that brought people from all over the world together, allowing for a faster and greater...