The Undergraduate Council of the Academic Senate recently voted to temporarily suspend admissions to the College of Creative Studies Literature major, effective Fall 2014, following a request from Executive Vice Chancellor Gene Lucas to consider suspending CCS Literature admissions dated Dec. 20, 2013.
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Last night the four final winners of Associated Students Program Board’s first ever Battle of the DJs Competition faced off to reveal fourth-year communication major Tyler Fish a.k.a. T-Fresh as the winner of a spot on the main stage at Extravaganza 2014.
After being released from an Egyptian jail last week — where he was held in the midst of a military-backed crackdown throughout the country — 26-year-old UCSB alum Jeremy Hodge has returned to the United States and is currently advocating the alleviation of charges against his former roommate, Egyptian filmmaker Hossam Meneai. The pair was living together in Cairo when Egyptian police investigators showed up to their house on Jan. 22 and held them in custody at an Egyptian jail.
This Friday there will be a Santa Barbara County public hearing for a new building proposal in Isla Vista that plans to establish a mixed-use, commercial hotel and residential structure at the current location of Dublin’s bar and Precious Slut tattoo shop.