Napolitano Announces Aid for Student Groups

UC President Janet Napolitano announced a new initiative yesterday in her first major speech as UC President that will allocate $15 million of non-state funds toward undocumented students, post-doctoral fellows and graduate students across the UC system.

UCSB Addresses Immigration Laws In Panel Discussion

The Multicultural Center will host a panel discussion entitled, “Which Way Forward for the Immigrant Rights Struggle?” today at 7 p.m. at the MCC Theater, opening the way for discussion on American immigration legislation and reform.

Questioning Napolitano’s Policies

New President Meets With Students in Sacramento to Discuss Needs and Interests of Undocumented Members of the UC Community.

A.S. Senate Discusses Voting ‘No Confidence’ in Napolitano

William Zhou / Daily Nexus

Last night marked the first Associated Students Senate meeting of the 2013-2014 school year, opening the way for students from several campus organizations to propose a resolution criticizing the appointment of Janet Napolitano as the new president of the University of California, amidst controversy over her work in U.S. immigration issues.

New Keystone Class Examines Immigrant Experiences

A newly offered senior capstone course at UCSB titled “Uncertainty Experiences Among Undocumented Immigrants in Santa Barbara County” explores the struggles implicit in the constant uncertainty experienced by undocumented immigrants in the Santa Barbara area. Taught by communication professor Walid Afifi, the class is a collaboration with organizations such as UCSB’s IDEAS, a club that […]