[responsive-menu]

New University Housing Receives Green Award

According to the U.S. Green Building Council, UCSB's San Clemente Village is now the largest, most sustainable housing facility on any college campus in America.
read more

Nature Project Survives

In the heart of the Arizona desert, UCSB professor emeritus Daniel Botkin's innovative project lives on.
read more

Grants Offset Student Fee Increases

Nearly 24 percent of UCSB students will benefit from the increase.
read more

UCSB Researchers Delve Into Retinal Disorder

Thanks to a $240,000, three-year research grant, UCSB scientists will now have the opportunity to examine a degenerative retinal disease - central serous chorioretinopathy.
read more

UCB Gives Concert to Berkeley

After falsely promising the student body a "free" Death Cab for Cutie concert, Associated Students has now admitted to jumping the gun.
read more

Atheist To Explain Conversion

Following his conversion from an ardent evangelical to a staunch atheist, Dan Barker will retrace the revelations that drove him to denounce religion tonight at 6 p.m. in Embarcadero Hall.
read more

Pool To Stay Open Until November

Thanks to some failed construction negotiations, Rec Cen swimmers will be able to get a few more weeks of laps in before the pool closes for renovations.
read more

QSU Reacts to Hate Crimes

In response to hate crimes committed in Isla Vista this summer, the queer community and supporters gathered at Storke Plaza yesterday to rally against homophobia.
read more

Electronic Voting Puts Votes at Risk

In some parts of the country, all it might take to change someone's vote this November is three seconds and a $10 USB thumb drive.
read more

Equality Requires Unbiased Thinking

I have always denied that the world is round. Before you wonder how I ended up in college, allow me to elaborate by regarding spherical circularity as multidimensional instead. Different facets conve...
read more

Student-Produced Films To Screen at Reel Loud Festival

The sound of silence will reverberate throughout Campbell Hall tonight when the curtains rise for the 17th annual Reel Loud Film Festival.
read more

UCSB To Sustain New Environmental Program

Proving once again that for the campus, green does indeed mean go, UCSB recently unveiled a comprehensive 20-year plan designed to increase environmental efficiency.
read more

UCSB, County Agree to Expand Road

In an effort to alleviate an expected influx of traffic along El Colegio Road, UCSB and county officials have commissioned its expansion, with construction set to begin this summer.
read more

Faculty Evaluates Major Moratorium

Although the law & society major at UCSB has remained closed to new applicants since Fall 2006, a recent petition from departmental staff may change this policy as soon as next school year.
read more

Paris Croons “Sweet Soul” at MCC Show

Singer-songwriter and activist Ron Paris offered students more than his "Sweet Soul Music" last night, delivering a message of social justice and progress.
read more