Do What Ye Will, An Ye Harm None But Haters

Why do you do what you do? How do you do it so well? I’ll venture to say it’s because you’re addicted to a certain feeling. We all are.

Finding the Hidden Beauty of Los Angeles

Los Angeles is ugly as sin and full of adorable, desperate, dogged hopes.

UCs Offer Enrollment Waitlisting

Seven of the University of California’s nine undergraduate campuses will implement waitlists for freshmen applicants, for the second consecutive year.

City Seeks to Cut Crime, Limit Gang Interactions

The Santa Barbara Police Dept. will serve an injunction to 30 individual alleged gang members in hopes of reducing gang-related crime throughout the city.

Arts & Lectures Series Thanks Supporters

Starting today, UCSB’s Arts & Lectures is offering a free, week-long chain of screenings and performances for the “Student Appreciation Free Event Series.”

UC Fights For Pell Grants

University of California President Mark G. Yudof and UC Student Association President Claudia Magaña have joined forces to combat potential cuts to the Federal Pell Grant Program.

Weekend Wrap-Up

The Isla Vista Foot Patrol responded to a burglary and several alcohol-related crimes this weekend.

UCSB Ranks Highest in Cycling Campuses

The League of American Bicyclists identified UCSB as a gold-level bike-friendly campus earlier this month.

Regents Reassess Redistribution of Student Resources

The University of California Board of Regents met at UC San Francisco Mission Bay from March 15 to 17 to conduct bimonthly business meetings and discuss how to offset a larger state funding deficit.

Group Works to Give Back With Backpacks

Thanks to the work of five UCSB alumni who helped to create the non- profit, when you buy a backpack made by Ark Collective, the organization donates another one to underprivileged students in Los Angeles.

Political Columnists Misconstrue Facts on Net Neutrality

Steven Begakis and Jamie Silverstein demonstrated a serious lack of integrity and disregard for representing the facts. As individuals, they betrayed only their gaping ignorance. Net neutrality is not some political “scheme” (nor is it capitalized) but rather the principle that all legal content on the Internet ought be accessible to all Internet users. The […]

UCSB Stops Skid at 13

Finally, on its 14th consecutive attempt, the UCSB softball team was able to leave the diamond winners Sunday, defeating UC Riverside 4-1 for its first win since March 26th. Despite surrendering the first two results to Riverside (21-21 overall, 6-3 in Big West) and therefore the series, the Gauchos (10-30, 1-8) secured their first conference […]

Week of Revelry Honors Seniors

“Gaucho Days” kicks off today with a variety of events in honor of the 2010 graduating class.

Armchair QB

The “maddest team in the NBA” probably just got madder, barely putting Charlotte away, with Dwight held to a measly five points. Maybe spend less time getting mad and more time shooting free throws, buddy.

Residences To Replace Old Hospital Site

Cottage Health Systems will begin a $45 million construction project today where St. Francis Hospital used to be in downtown Santa Barbara.