UC Santa Barbara plans to reduce potable water use by 12 percent by March 2016 by further utilizing water recycling technology on campus.
Isla Vista stakeholders recently drafted a letter to Santa Barbara County Sheriff Bill Brown requesting Rob Plastino’s term as the I.V. Foot Patrol lieutenant be extended during what many view as a critical turning point in I.V., as long-term residents, students and university and county officials work to improve safety and stability in the community.
UC Santa Barbara Assistant Materials Professor Stephen D. Wilson recently received a $1 million grant from the W.M. Keck Foundation to grow materials for advancing modern technologies.
When UCSB alumnus Maia Kurland started her new job in January, she found herself in a work atmosphere with people she deems “incredibly intelligent” and “genuinely driven,” following the simple motto #LoveWhereYouWork.
“No one should be denied their fundamental basic human rights because of their sexuality,” Alagie Jammeh posted on Facebook in September 2014. By November of that same year, Jammeh found his world crumbling around him.
Santa Barbara community members held a rally Wednesday at the Goleta Valley Community Center (GVCC) calling on California Governor Jerry Brown and the State Lands Commission (SLC) to deny energy company Venoco, Inc.’s application for a permit to drill fossil fuel off the Santa Barbara coast, which would entail sending oil through the same pipeline that leaked on May 19, causing the Refugio Oil ...
The UCSB chapter of United Students Against Sweatshops, Chancellor Henry T. Yang, Vice Chancellor of Administrative Services Marc Fisher and UCSB Bookstore director Mark Beisecker agreed in a meeting on Wednesday in room 5123 of Cheadle Hall to halt the Bookstore’s non-backpack apparel purchases from Jansport and discuss alternatives to Jansport backpacks in summer meetings.