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A.S. Candidates Debate Goals, Plans UCSB students Bailey Loverin and Amir Khazaieli engage in debate yesterday at the Hub. The SAG candidates discussed topics such as student outreach plans.
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Opinion Talkin ‘Bout My Generation

Talkin ‘Bout My Generation

Columnist Jay Grafft appeals to his fellow millenials.

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Most Disappointing NBA Teams of 2013-2014

Staff writer Mark Salay discusses the five most disappointing teams of the NBA season.

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What To Expect From A&L This Spring

As always, UCSB Arts & Lectures will present numerous entertaining and enriching performers from a variety of disciplines to our campus this spring.

Special Section Big West Basketball Trivia Contest

Big West Basketball Trivia Contest

The winner will get three free tickets to the 2014 Big West Basketball Tournament on March 13-15 in Anaheim.

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Most Disappointing NBA Teams of 2013-2014

Staff writer Mark Salay discusses the five most disappointing teams of the NBA season.

Associated Students / News

A.S. Bikes To Retract Lock-in Fee Initiative

The Associated Students Bike Committee is in the process of retracting its fee initiative from the Spring 2014 ballot after the UC Office of the President suggested withholding the initiative and having the University provide the funds instead.

Associated Students / News

Queer Commission Fees To Appear on Upcoming A.S. Ballot

The upcoming Associated Students election ballot will include a new lock-in fee initiative of $2.12 per quarter for undergraduate students to support the Associated Students Queer Commission, an educational and advocacy forum for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer (LGBTQ) student rights.

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The Catalyst Requests Lock-in for Print Costs

The students behind The Catalyst, a new student-run literary arts magazine, have requested a lock-in fee in the upcoming Associated Students election in an effort to ensure continued quarterly publications.

Associated Students / News

Prospective A.S. Senators Debate in the Hub

During the Associated Students On-Campus and University-Owned Housing Senator debates, senatorial candidates for the 2014-15 academic school year congregated in the Hub yesterday to discuss their views on specific campus-related issues as well as proposed solutions and future plans.