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It’s time to take a closer look at the Cal Grant...

The longer this year goes on, the more apparent it becomes that even the most generous sources of Californian financial aid are outdated. The...

Packed like sardines 一 Why UCSB’s proposed ‘mega-dorm’ is dangerous for...

Billionaire investor and amateur architect Charles Munger has donated $200 million to break ground on a new dorm complex at the University of California,...

Post-lockdown, students need prioritize sleep hygiene

  Research is showing that a surprising 98% of people are experiencing new sleeping problems after the pandemic-induced lockdown. What is especially concerning is that...

The vetoing of Assembly Bill 1456 is a blow to social...

On Oct. 8th, Gov. Newsom vetoed Assembly Bill 1456 “The Cal Grant Reform Act,” which would have expanded financial aid to another 160,000 community...

Open textbooks open doors

A college education undeniably serves as a road to social mobility, but particularly in the landscape of COVID-19, expensive course materials are a roadblock....

Congress needs to care about students: a response to coronavirus aid

Samir Al-Alami is a fourth year in Political Science with a concentration in International Affairs, and a minor in theater, and serves...

Democracy is NOT a spectator sport

Voting is one of the things that make a democracy, fair and free elections evoke visions of what America stands for. Life, liberty, and...

Spring Break: The California Redwoods for a free and refreshing alternative

Get ready for Spring Break, Highlanders! After the dreaded finals, papers and projects, there is no doubt that the majority of the student body...