Sunday, May 19th 2019

Arming Teachers in Not the Answer

Raymond Matthews Staff Writer In the current dialogue surrounding gun control it seems that most everyone is...

Intercultural Communication: One Long-Term Benefit of Studying Abroad

Meg Winnett As one of the two domestic International Student Advisory Board members, I feel that...

Slushii Brings Fresh Beats and High Energy to the EOS Lounge

Spencer Wu Senior Copy Editor As a part of Monster Energy’s Outbreak Tour, Slushii played a set...

Neil Gaiman Shares His Story at Campbell Hall

Noe Padilla Staff Writer On May 11, hundreds flocked to UCSB’s Campbell Hall to listen to a...

Engaging Humanities Program Launches, Aiming to Increase Student Success in the Humanities

Annie Huang Staff Writer With majors in humanities on a nationwide decline, the Engaging Humanities program aims...

TOKiMONSTA Brings Eclectic Electronic Tunes to The Hub

Vanessa Su Staff Writer AS Program Board provided UCSB students a small treat before the much-anticipated annual...

UC Academic Lecturers Seek Improved Working Conditions

Jacob Wong National Beat Reporter Academic lecturers play a key role in faculties across the UC system, can be found in any academic department, and teach...

Engaging Humanities Program Launches, Aiming to Increase Student Success in the...

Annie Huang Staff Writer With majors in humanities on a nationwide decline, the Engaging Humanities program aims to inform incoming UCSB freshman and transfer students about...

Neil Gaiman Shares His Story at Campbell Hall

Noe Padilla Staff Writer On May 11, hundreds flocked to UCSB’s Campbell Hall to listen to a man tell his stories. They sat in awe as...
Have a Horse? Bring it to School
If you have a horse that you wish to not leave behind at home, no worries because you can bring your horse with you. The UCSB Horse Boarders Association located behind Isla Vista Elementary School and near Goleta Butterfly Grove is a student-run collective that houses horses.

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