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.
Sex Bloopers: A Collection of Anonymous Misfortunes Sex Bloopers: A Collection of Anonymous Misfortunes
Weeklong Event Brings Philippines To UCSB This week’s festivities will feature traditional Filipino activities, food, and language.
A.S. Ballots Present Initiative for UCen Renevations, With a Cost The proposed multi-million dollar changes include 24-hour study rooms, a Preventative Wellness Center, practice spaces for performance groups and more.
Opinion Sex Bloopers: A Collection of Anonymous Misfortunes

Sex Bloopers: A Collection of Anonymous Misfortunes

A collection of anonymously submitted sex bloopers from around the UCSB campus.

Sports Gauchos Fall in Final Regular Season Contest

Gauchos Fall in Final Regular Season Contest

UCSB loses to Cal Poly 4-3

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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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Poet and Singer Collaborate In Campbell Hall

Arts & Lectures will present an acoustic music and poetry event at Campbell Hall titled “Words and Music: An Evening with Billy Collins and Aimee Mann” tomorrow night, featuring former U.S. Poet Laureate and best-selling poet Billy Collins alongside acclaimed singer-songwriter Aimee Mann, best-known for her soundtrack for the film “Magnolia.”

Speaking Out Against Silence
Letters to the Editor / Opinion

Speaking Out Against Silence

It’s about time that we started pushing back against the facets of our society that systematically silence and oppress women.

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Hurt Covers Race, Media at MCC

Emmy award-winning documentary filmmaker and activist Byron Hurt presented a talk called “Deconstructing Images of African Americans in the Media,” in which he analyzed and critiqued common media representations of African Americans, at the Multicultural Center Theater last night.

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A.S. Senate Forms Committee to Revise Isla Vista Master Plan

The A.S. Senate recently passed a resolution for revisions to the Isla Vista Master Plan, a 104-page guide to local development that was denied approval in 2007 and has since been gathering dust.

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UCSB Professor Explores Effects of Hidden Shame

UCSB Sociology professor Thomas Scheff published an examination on the topic of hidden shame in an article released in a February issue of the peer-reviewed academic journal, Cultural Sociology.