Tuesday, March 19th 2019

UC Terminates Elsevier Subscription in the Push for Open Access

Minh Hua Campus Beat Reporter The University of California Office of the President (UCOP) sent out a press release on Thursday that the UC system will...

Former Black Panther Party Leader Gives Lecture at Campbell Hall

Jacob Wong National Beat Reporter “Good evening. You all look so beautiful ... your smiles are so big.” Ericka Huggins, a human rights activist and former...

Sexual Health and Safety Resources

Sexual Health Resources: Student Health Any Gaucho with the UC Student Health and Insurance Plan (UC SHIP) is welcome to free STI tests at Student...

Preview: A Valentine’s Day Affair

Alondra Sierra Isla Vista Beat Reporter This Valentine’s Day, the Women’s Center invites students to embrace and explore the medley of love and romance beyond the...

Newsom Budget Proposal May Increase University Funding

Alex Ortiz Increased Cal Grant awards, shorter waits for therapy, and affordable housing are just a few of the many changes UCSB students can potentially...

SecretPost App Aids in Fight Against Oppressive Governments

Jacob Wong National Beat Reporter A team of computer science and communications researchers at UCSB have developed an app that seeks to aid oppressed groups in...

CalFresh Benefit Allocations on Track to Resume in March

Sabrina Bui Staff Writer Last week, UCSB students receiving benefits from CalFresh, a federal program that provides food aid to low-income students, received their February benefits...

IVCSD Appoints First Woman of Color to Serve on Board

Alondra Sierra Isla Vista Beat Reporter UCSB undergraduate Kristie Nguyen was appointed as the new Director of the Isla Vista Community Services District Board (IVCSD) on...

Grant Awarded to Expand I.V. Community Garden

Alondra Sierra Isla Vista Beat Reporter The University United Methodist Church has been awarded a grant of $11,090 from the Isla Vista Community Services District (IVCSD)...

Santa Barbara Works to Tackle Homelessness

Amanda Knight Over 500 volunteers came together between 5 a.m. and 8:30 a.m. on Jan. 24 to participate in the Point-In-Time Count, a survey of...