Network Seeks Outrageous Students

TruTV is currently seeking shocking video clip submissions from college students and paying cash for the shorts that air.

Board Seeks New Fiscal Answers

The University of California Commission on the Future is continuing to plot new ways to alleviate the university’s financial woes this year by placing some out-of-the box remedies on the table.

Bill To Provide Golf Carts for Disabled

UCSB may soon have a fast and (not so) furious program to help disabled students get to class.

IHC Hosts Conference

The Interdisciplinary Humanities Center held a roundtable symposium yesterday, the first lecture in its “Future of the University” series.

UCSB Dining Services Leads Charge to Go Green

UCSB Housing & Residential Services will host environmentally friendly events all week long in honor of national Campus Sustainability Day.

Playboy Drops SB Party Rank

UCSB has apparently plummeted from the hearts of Hugh Hefner’s playboy bunnies.

AXO Wins Third ASVT

The promise of scantily-clad volleyball players drew thousands of eager voyeurs downtown Saturday for the sixth annual All Sorority Volleyball Tournament.

UCSB Requests Donations for Senior Class Gift

The 2009 senior class is asking for help from all members of the UCSB community in order to give the Alumni Association Scholarship Fund a “class gift” – a.k.a. a sizeable donation.

Campus Study Evaluates Coastal Hazards

A two-year UCSB study has created a methodology to effectively manage the world’s threatened coral reef ecosystems.

Coastal Fund Supports Surf Class

After a successful first year, History 103S: History of Surfing, will once again be funded by the Associated Students Coastal Fund this year.

Major To Close Due to Budget

In the face of inadequate funding, the UCSB Law & Society Dept. has made plans to shut down the major.