Nic Cann, a UCSB alumnus from Melbourne, has created a smartphone game to help alleviate an ongoing international refugee crisis.
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Judging from the success of the UCSB Drag Show the night before, it wouldn’t have been unreasonable to anticipate that the Hub’s free concert to round off Pride Week would draw a big crowd.
The rumours allegedly began earlier in the day but, by 8:20 p.m. on Thursday evening, people were beginning to worry that Johnny Depp might not show up to collect his Maltin Modern Master award from t...
The Yes Store is an arts cooperative in Downtown Santa Barbara, open from November to December each year, which sells handmade goods from local artists. The pop-up store has operated since 1968 and is...
The UCSB student-created Meagan Hockaday Support Committee held a fundraiser for the family of Meagan Hockaday at Blaze Pizza on Wednesday evening. Hockaday was fatally shot on March 28 by Oxnard poli...
The Student Commission on Racial Equality (S.C.O.R.E.) and the American Indian Student Association held a workshop on cultural appropriation Tuesday evening in the MultiCultural Center (MCC). Cultural...
The Associated Students Office of the External Vice President for Statewide Affairs (EVPSA) hosted an interactive forum on the University of California Student Association’s (UCSA) mental health cam...