[responsive-menu]

Test Reveals High Asbestos Concentrations in Apartment

Three tenants have evacuated their apartment on Del Playa Drive and filed a complaint with their property manager at SFM Vista Del Mar because of concerns over the presence of asbestos. Logan Green, o...
read more

Paintings Unveil Females’ Sexuality

To Iranian-born UCSB graduate student Abelina Galustian, being an artist means more than showcasing her work in big-name galleries - it means finding the courage to freely express under-the-radar subj...
read more

Activist Addresses War in Iraq

Hundreds of community members, including Santa Barbara Mayor Marty Blum, came together at Arlington West Cemetery on Sunday to hear peace advocate Cindy Sheehan speak about the war in Iraq, the Bush a...
read more

Tobacco Sting Busts Local Stores

Six establishments in Santa Barbara and Goleta - including at least one Isla Vista business - could receive official citations from the county or see their tobacco licenses go up in smoke following a ...
read more

UCTV, Google Join To Provide Free Videos

The University of California Television (UCTV) announced Tuesday that it has partnered with Internet search engine Google to provide free, unique content to the world via the Google Video service.
read more

Retreat To Help Activists Build I.V. Community

Local students, residents and activists are getting together this Sunday to share stories about Isla Vista's political past and discuss ways to improve I.V. in the future through grass-roots organizin...
read more

Tobacco Sting Busts Local Stores

Six establishments in Santa Barbara and Goleta - including at least one Isla Vista business - could receive official citations from the county or see their tobacco licenses go up in smoke following a ...
read more

Program Promotes Preservation Within UC-Owned Housing

Student group Green Campus Council (GCC) is challenging those in university residence halls to sign off, turn off and consume less energy with its second-annual energy conservation competition.
read more

Nurses Union To Decide on Contract

Following five months of negotiations, members of the California Nurses Association (CNA) at University of California medical centers and student health centers are voting whether to accept a recently...
read more

Alpert Award Honors UCSB Playwright

A UCSB professor recently received a $50,000 fellowship for her dramatic contribution to the world of theater. Naomi Iizuka, a dramatic arts professor and UCSB Playwriting Program director, was one of...
read more

Dept. To Host Anniversary Events

UCSB Environmental Studies (ES) Program continues to work toward a greener future as it celebrates its 35th anniversary this weekend, with an event focusing on energy and oil usage across the globe.
read more

Fraternity To Donate Event Proceeds to SB Youth Program

While boxers and ring girls take center stage at the Pi Kappa Alpha (PIKE) fraternity's annual Fight Night, directors of a downtown organization called the Say Yes to Kids Foundation said proceeds fro...
read more

ESLP Brings Environmental Lectures to UCSB Students

tudent-led classes at UCSB are bringing together different disciplines to study and recommend environmentally friendly construction and natural resource consumption policies to the University of Calif...
read more

UCSB Nears Choice of Police Chief

The process of appointing a new UCSB Police Chief is wrapping up as the university's search committee narrows its pool of applicants down to three prospective hopefuls.
read more

Worms To Turn I.V. Food Waste Into Fertilizer for Parks

With bins full of slimy red worms, Associated Students Environmental Affairs Board plans to digest wasted food from Isla Vista restaurants and turn it into fertile soil.
read more