Archive for February, 2010


This Boner’s Down for the Count

So “Boner” from “Growing Pains” (I mean, Andrew Koenig) died.


Rove Cracks Jokes, Defends Iraq War on Campus Visit

“Let’s remember what this is all about,” Karl Rove said to a packed audience in Campbell Hall as 150 protesters stood outside. “It’s about our country, and this is a shared experience.”


UCSB Sweeps Up Ivy Leaguers

The UCSB men’s volleyball team easily handled Harvard Thursday night, beating the Crimson on the road in Cambridge. The Gauchos schooled the Ivy Leaguers, winning in straight sets 30-26, 30-22 and 30-21.


Save the Planet with Meatless Monday

Meatless Mondays have arrived on university campuses across the nation, usually led by student groups advocating for reduced consumption of meat — beef, in particular — in the name of environmental stewardship.


Nature To Take Center Stage in UCSB Exhibit

Local artist and UCSB alumna Ann Diener will showcase her latest project today: a mural painted directly on a wall in the University Art Museum.