Articles written by: Hannah Nelson

Professor Kennedy discussed how language can be used to rationalize injustices, among other topics.
Associated Students / News

Curiouser and Curiouser: Last Lecturer Shares His Story

Last night, linguistics professor Robert Kennedy lectured as if it were his last chance to do so, speaking on linguistics and his own personal experiences in the field, as part of the UCSB “Last Lecture” series.

Blogs / Health & Fitness

Just Do HIIT

It’s week six, which means midterms have descended upon UCSB. Plundering our precious reserves of brainpower, they have left us under-caffeinated, stripped of time, and quite possibly tempted to skip our workouts. That’s why it’s the perfect time to try interval training. Not only does interval training help you build […]


Speak, Dance, Sing, Save The World: Change For Change

Student-Run Open Mic Night To Raise Funds, Awareness For Variety of Charitable Causes UCSB’s Residential and Community Living and the Hub are sponsoring a night of performances tonight to raise money for multiple charities through an event called “Change for Change: An Open Mic Night for Many Causes.” Change for […]


A.S. Events This Week Inform Students About Debt

Students will have a chance at scoring some cost-free Ramen noodles at the Arbor today, as part of a series of events this week called “Week of Revenue,” which aims to provide students with education on student debt and the factors surrounding tuition costs at both the state and University level.


UCSB Rates Among Best Valued Colleges

UCSB ranked number 18 in Kiplinger’s Personal Finance magazine’s 2014 list of the top 100 “Best Values in Public Colleges” after a combined analysis of the university’s education and economic value.