×
Menu

UCSB Student Releases Debut Single Today

First year economics and political science major at UCSB Riju Malakar just got signed to Sony’s PMW Records for his hit single, “Skyline,” which drops on iTunes today. The Nexus held an exclusiv...
read more

UCSB’s Medical Plan To Transition Next Fall

The UCSB Student Health Advisory Committee shared details of Gaucho Health Insurance — UCSB’s new campus-operated health insurance plan for the 2013-2014 school year — yesterday at the Harbor Ro...
read more

Substance Abuse: Perceptions and Reality

76 percent of UCSB students have consumed alcohol within the past 30 days, and 20 percent of students have taken a prescription drug not prescribed to them, according to the National College Health As...
read more

AFSCME 3299 continues their strike against the UC system for new labor contracts and fair wages. Judge David Brown issued an injunction that would require 120 employees to work during the strike.

Court Works to Keep Hospitals Running During Strike

Sacramento Superior Court Judge David Brown issued an injunction yesterday exempting certain union employees from participating in this week’s two-day strike of UC Medical Centers by the American Fe...
read more

AFSCME 3299 continues their strike against the UC system for new labor contracts and fair wages. Judge David Brown issued an injunction that would require 120 employees to work during the strike.

A.S. To Swear In Next Year’s Executive Officers

With an OPP Election Sweep Last Month, the Winning Candidates Prepare to Take Office Associated Students Senate will swear in the elected student officials for the 2013-2014 school year at their week...
read more

Board of Regents to Meet at State Capital, Face Possible Union Protests

The University of California Board of Regents will meet at the Sacramento Convention Center to discuss academic performance indicators, updates on the 2013 -14 budget and updates on Department of Ener...
read more

Annual Festival to Host Local Bands, Offer Free Food, Produce Zero Waste

Isla Vista’s ninth annual Chilla Vista will feature hip hop-infused indie surf rock trio Radical Something along with local Isla Vista bands Junipero, Ultraviolet, Adventure Dogs and Eucalyptus, Euc...
read more

Acclaimed Actress Performs Play on Race, Love

Award-winning actress and playwright Fanshen Cox DiGiovanni performed her one-woman play, “One Drop of Love: A Daughter’s Search for Her Father’s Racial Approval” at the UCSB Multicultural Cen...
read more

Students Vote in Favor of Every Fee Proposed in Campus Election

The results of the Campus Elections Commission’s 2013 fee initiatives were released yesterday, wrapping this year’s election season with a unanimous passage of all presented fees. Students voted t...
read more

Pride Week To Host Multitude of Events

UCSB Pride Week kicks off today with opening ceremonies held in Storke Plaza from noon to 2 p.m. and will culminate on Saturday, May 4 with the Isla Vista Pride Festival in Anisq’ Oyo’ Park. Today...
read more

Abboud Named A.S. President for 2013-14 as OPP Sweeps Elections

COSWB, The Bottom Line Secure New Lock-in Funding;  All Existing A.S. Fees Reaffirmed [[UPDATED]] Emotions were high Thursday night as Associated Students election and fee results were announced in...
read more

New Venture Competition Features Student Startups

     This year’s New Venture Competition by the Technology Management Program brought 20 new student-founded business startups to Corwin Pavilion yesterday evening for the New Venture Fair. The N...
read more

Armen Requests UC Regents Meeting On Campus

Associated Students President Sophia Armen received no response from a letter to the UC Board of Regents requesting that their next meeting be held at UCSB and for a reply to be sent back to her by 5 ...
read more

A.S. President Invites UC Board of Regents to Host Meeting at UCSB

Associated Students President Sophia Armen drafted a letter to the UC Board of Regents on Friday, requesting that the board hold their next meeting at UCSB. In her letter, Armen called on University o...
read more

Board of Supervisors Approves Funding to Improve I.V. Lighting

The Santa Barbara County Board of Supervisors voted unanimously to allocate $100,000 in community block grants towards a project improving street lighting in Isla Vista during yesterday’s meeting. T...
read more