Tuesday, July 16th 2019

New Bisexuality Course at Offered at UCSB Stresses Inclusion and Acceptance

Jessica Reincke Staff Writer For the first time in UCSB history, a full 4 unit course on bisexuality is being taught in the Applied Psychology department...

UCSB Men’s Golf Team Sends First Gaucho to NCAA Championship Tournament

Sarah Renard Contributing Writer  Prior to this year, the UC Santa Barbara’s men’s golf team had yet to see a Gaucho go to the NCAA Championship...

Prison Solidarity Night Helps Students Stand in Solidarity with LGBTQ+ inmates

Arturo Samaniego Managing Editor On Thursday, May 30th, the Santa Barbara Democratic Socialists of America (SBDSA) and UCSB Young Democratic Socialists of America hosted a Prison...

Letter to the Editor: Using Tax Revenue from Legal Cannabis to...

Lurking beneath the ballooning student debt crisis is a shadow crisis of ever-growing non tuition costs, ranging from housing to food to textbooks. These...

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Careless Cub: An Honored Member of the Isla Vista Music Community

Carmiya Baskin Staff Writer  Two hours before they were scheduled to perform at the Student Band Showcase in the Hub, members of the local Isla Vista...

Raíces de mi Tierra Challenges Homophobia and Sexism in a Latinx-Celebrating...

Jeremy Levine Contributing Writer Hispanic dance troupe Raíces de mi Tierra presented their annual showcase at 6 p.m. on May 25 to a packed audience at...

UCSB’s REEL LOUD Presents a Film Competition for the Best of...

Noe Padilla Incoming News Editor It’s quite a rare opportunity to be able to observe the future talent of cinema all coalesced in one student event....

UCSB Professor Studying Active Matter Elected to National Academy of Sciences

Noah Treiman Contributing Writer UCSB’s physics professor Cristina Marchetti was recently elected to the National Academy of Sciences (NAS) for her study of active matter. The NAS...

UCSB Engineering Students Design ‘Rally Rig’ to Break Physical Limitations in...

Xander Apicella Science and Tech Editor The Rally Rig is a mechanical engineering (ME) capstone project designed to help those with impaired motor function be filmmakers...

George Degen Wins UCSB’s 7th Annual Grad Slam

Xander Apicella Science and Tech Editor On Friday, Apr. 19, George Degen — a chemical engineering grad student at UCSB — won the seventh annual Grad...